Møller Online

We continue to develop Møller Online, an online platform that helps support our programmes and develop a community of learners Moller Online plays an important part in our blended learning approach.

At every stage throughout a programme, classroom work can be complemented by support materials and tools, delivered via our virtual learning environment, Møller Online. We always start with our clients’ aims and learning outcomes in mind when customising our programmes.

Our approach to blended learning

Blended learning is an approach which – taking into account different learning styles – combines different learning environments in a flexible, integrated and complementary way – e.g. face-to-face and online – in order to help, support and enhance learners’ diverse needs and give learners the most successful, efficient and most enjoyable learning experience.

Because learning happens everywhere, not just in the classroom and technology is part of our everyday life, by using it appropriately we can bridge the gap between learning in the classroom and learning outside of the classroom. There are many benefits in using a blended learning approach for both learners and teachers, it:

  • Caters for different learning styles
  • Offers rich interactive multimedia input
  • Gives learners ‘just-in-time’ support
  • Allows for a more individual attention to learners
  • Encourages learner discovery and serendipity
  • Maximises social interaction in the classroom
  • Helps a deeper approach to learning

Examples of where Møller Online is used:

Preparation (to get your mind in gear)

  • Pre-reading materials/activities
  • Knowledge-checks/quizzes
  • Psychometric tests/diagnostic profiling of individuals

Collaboration (to continue the dialogues/discussions)

  • Social-collaborative learning via group work/assignments and discussion forums
  • Live webinars/tutorials/coaching sessions

Reflection (to further deepen and enhance your learning)

  • Self-study resources (including case studies and scenarios)
  • Videos
  • Podcasts
  • Links to recommended reading (books, articles and web links)
  • Post-programme reflective exercises


  • Interactive assessments/surveys
  • Ongoing self-assessment
  • Performance support resources
  • Follow-up assessments/surveys

To read about an example of online learning click here.