How to Order and FAQ
Campbell's College courses for the CGIUKI Chartered Governance Qualifying Programme
To order is easy, just pop the courses you want in the cart and follow the links through to the checkout where you can either pay by card of select the 'pay by invoice' option (you will then need to fill in the address for the invoice if different from your preferred mailing address). If you need to provide more detailed instructions, there is a text box where you can write a message or you can just email us.
What is the difference between the main distance learning courses and the revision courses?
See below for more info on our distance learning courses. Revision is different - we assume you have done the work and just need to pull it all together before the exam. Revision courses are either pre-recorded or live zoom sessions.
Distance Learning Courses: What is included?
- Campbell's College study notes
- Tutor support and marking
- Audio recorded lectures or video presentations
- Contact with other students
- Help and advice from the administration department
- Copies of past exam papers and examiners reports
- Additional resources where applicable
- Course notes are also available online
- Up to one year of tutor support per module
- Up to 18 months online access.
- Recorded Zoom lectures
- Exam technique guidance
Premium Support and Mentoring is now available for some modules: We can accept a maximum of 10 students per module. You will receive an additional two hours of individual tuition from your tutor at mutually convenient times during the term (for example, four half hour zoom/teams sessions).
What are the advantages of studying by distance learning?
Distance learning is a method of education that allows students to study from home, using the Internet and other technologies. Students can take courses at their own pace and in their own time, without having to attend classes in person. This form of learning has become increasingly popular in recent years, as technology has advanced and made it possible to deliver high-quality education to students all over the world. Campbell’s College has provided distance learning courses for over 30 years, adapting to new technologies but always retaining the personal touch. It is a flexible and convenient way to study for those who cannot attend traditional in-person classes due to various reasons such as work, family, or location constraints.
Distance learning has several advantages. One of the main benefits is the freedom and flexibility that it provides students and teachers. A distance learning program allows individuals to study from anywhere in the world, giving them more opportunities to learn and grow. Additionally, distance learning saves time and money, as there is no need to worry about travel time or expenses. Course materials and tuition may also be lower because there are fewer overhead costs involved as compared to in-person classes. Another advantage of online learning is that it enhances technical literacy and communication skills. Online learning creates opportunities to interact, participate, and communicate with peers and instructors in different ways, while also developing self-motivation and self-discipline.
Distance Learning: how it works:
Our study notes are posted to our UK students. These study notes will supplement the official textbook and provide additional useful and interesting information plus question practice. Overseas students can download and print or read online.
The written material is supplemented by online recorded lectures which are accessed via our Moodle.
Included with the course notes are a number of assignments. These vary from course to course - some are self mark but others are exam style questions to be sent to your tutor for marking. The feedback will help you perfect your exam technique!
Campbell's College provides a personal touch - Our training is targeted and direct.
We try to provide the opportunity to maximise learning by doing the following: Reading, Listening, Talking/Communicating and Writing.
When should I enrol?
● Our courses are designed to fit into your busy lifestyle, so there is no fixed deadline for enrolment.
● Courses are structured to prepare you for the next available examination (either June or November).
Courses are updated regularly, but you can enrol at any time - there is no set start date. You will work to your own timetable from the date of enrolment until the exam period. If the course is being updated, you can start using the current material with updated notes available as soon as they are ready.
How do I enrol?
Either print out the enrolment form and send/email to us or enrol and pay online Don't worry if you have not yet received your Institute registration number - you can let us know later.
How many subjects should I study at a time?
You can enrol for as many modules as you wish, but the Institute will only let you sit two exams per sitting. Most students sit one exam at a time.
How is the material accessed?
You will be sent a link to the relevant course which can be accessed on our Moodle. Printed notes will follow to students in the UK.
Do I need to buy any additional textbooks apart from the Institute Study Text?
No - our course notes used in conjunction with the textbooks will provide all you need. If you do want to buy additional books, you will find recommendations on our Book Page.
What are the exam dates?
What happens if I cannot sit my exam?Just contact us for an extension.
I live overseas - is this a problem?
Absolutely not - Campbell's College provides training to students worldwide. Notes are online and can be downloaded and student online forums and groups mean overseas students are not isolated.
Can I contact other Campbell's College students?
Currently we have student groups on Facebook and Linkedin and subject specific forums on the Moodle.
Does Campbell's have a track record of success?