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Distance Education Gets Green Light

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Principal John Mason, ACS Distance Education

For further information contact Denise Hodges denise@acs.edu.au
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Distance Education Gets Green Light

 

A recent report from IBISWorld, one of the world’s leading strategic business information providers, has predicted on-line education to grow by 25% over the next 12 months. This is not surprising during a time of global recession given distance education’s green credentials and cost-effectiveness. In response to increased worldwide demand, ACS, a leading provider of distance education in Australia, has just relaunched its new look global website.

 

Reasons to choose green education include:

  • Study at home means no transport or fuel costs leading to pollution
  • Less physical resources and space needed to provide education
  • On-line learning removes the need for paper, and ultimately save trees
  • Fewer bureaucratic costs reduces load on environment and economy
  • Better value for money education

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