CHA Learning’s faculty are experienced healthcare professionals who are committed to lifelong learning and enjoy assisting others in this process. While not teachers in the traditional sense, faculty provide regular and consistent contact with students by giving guidance, providing feedback on assessments, sharing resources of interest and fostering engagement through online discussions. They engage learners in groups and through one to one coaching by direct communication (email, telephone, etc.).
For most of our programs, CHA Learning matches a faculty member to each student individually. In academic programs (HIM and FSNM), faculty are responsible for specific courses. The faculty may be located in the student’s region, or in another province/territory.
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