With Ansar Editing and Consulting you get to benefit from quick and easy access to support and a personalised course designing service to meet your needs. You can get help with developing course content for the purpose of vocational training as well as education for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Additionally, you get support with curriculum designing and course structuring to ensure your students have the best possible learning experience. Whatever the course, you can get help here.
Remember you gain easy access to help with the course designing service via telephone, email or video chat.
Why choose Ansar Editing and Consulting to design your course?
- Support from a professional with years of experience in teaching at all levels and designing university courses.
- Qualified support from a holder of a postgraduate certificate in higher education.
- Expert help with developing face-to-face, e-learning and blended courses to teach students of all levels.
- High-quality course designing skills that will make sure your course delivers the best learning experience for your students.
- Easy access to help with the course designing service via telephone, email or video chat.
Have a look below at one of many testimonials given by a past client:
“I have had the great pleasure of working with Naser in the past on designing a master’s course. He has exceptional administrative, writing and editing skills as well as excellent project management.”
Volodymyr Shentsov, PhD – Lecturer in Hydrogen Safety, Ulster University
How to get started
Step 1 – Get in touch
Use the contact form and provide as much detail as you can about the course you want to develop e.g. subject area, target students, course level, delivery mode, etc.
Step 2 – You get suggestions
You’ll be sent suggestions and ideas as to how Ansar Editing and Consulting can help you with building your course alongside a quote.
Step 3 – Work begins!
Once you’re happy with the proposed work, you’ll be sent an invoice. When terms are agreed, work begins.
While you’re here, check out this blog on ‘How to design a university course‘. Here’s a brief snippet:
“This blog will focus more on the design of university courses, in particular, the design of master’s courses. However, this approach may be adapted to develop various kinds of courses for all types of students inside an academic setting and outside. But let’s begin by defining a course. A course is a subject that is taught via lectures, practical sessions, e-learning, blended learning and the like. And it results in a student attaining a qualification upon successful completion.”