When do I need to be online?

Once a course has started, you'll be ready to access the course material and study at any time that suits you. You don’t got to be online at an equivalent time because the lead educator or other students. Courses are available from midnight on Monday on the day shown on the course page.

When does my Unlimited expire?

Your Unlimited subscription will expire one year from the date of your purchase. To see the date of your Unlimited expiry, go to your Account page. You'll see Unlimited as one of the headings at the top of the page and my courses :

Can I upgrade after I finish the course?

You can purchase a solitary course update whenever previously, during or after the course - there's no cutoff time. Whenever you've redesigned, you'll approach the entirety of the course content once more. This incorporates remarks and tests. You can discover exhortation on the most proficient method to over all your course here.

What time will my course start?

On the off chance that you live in an alternate time region, Your Learning will show what time the course begins in your neighborhood time region. This may imply that it would appear that the course will begin the day preceding or after the date on the course depiction page, yet kindly don't stress!

Frequently Asked Questions

How to join a course ?

The first step is to find a course you’d like to join! You can browse all of our courses by clicking on Subjects at the Courses of the page: Then Go to the READ MORE button- click then goes to thelogin page -then complete registration & Join The course.

The COVID-19 Critical Care course was made in light of the COVID-19 crisis. It is anything but a common FutureLearn course in that you don't need to follow the week-by-week approach - all things being equal, you will have the option to choose the materials that are generally applicable to your work. This additionally implies that there is no declaration for the COVID-19 Critical Care course.

To get an endorsement, you will typically have to pay to overhaul your course or become an Unlimited student. A portion of our courses offer a free advanced overhaul. You can discover a rundown of our courses with free advanced updates here.
To get your declaration, you'll need to:
-Imprint at any rate 90% obviously ventures as complete.
-Endeavor all tests and test questions (if your course has tests).
-Score a normal of in any event 70% across all course tests on your course (if your course has tests).

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Advice for staying safe online?

It’s important to stay safe whilst learning online. Here’s some guidance on how to stay safe whilst getting the most out of your online learning experience.
What is your ‘digital footprint’?
Your ‘digital footprint’ is the information you share about yourself online. Lots of people use social media to share information or to talk with friends, family and colleagues. It’s worth checking what people can find out about you.
Why not take a moment to open a new window and do a Google search of your own name? Are there any surprises?
If you see anything unexpected or that makes you feel uneasy, go back and review the privacy settings on your social media accounts. And remember to always be careful when accepting the Privacy settings on websites. Maintaining a positive digital footprint can even help you when applying for university or a job. So, it’s not just about safety: it’s about your reputation in a digital world.
Your Knowledge Ka Adda profile
Now check your Knowledge Ka Adda profile. What you see is what other learners on this course can see. Are you happy with the information you’re sharing? If not, you can edit it now.
Participating in Knowledge Ka Adda courses
We think that talking about ideas with other people is a great way to learn, which is why we encourage learning through conversation. Leave a comment when you are stuck or if you have an idea you’d like to share, reply to other learner’s comments and ‘like’ any that you think are interesting. We expect your comments to be positive, constructive, and build your learning. Don’t leave negative or mean comments, as this doesn’t help anyone learn. Comments that break the Knowledge Ka Adda Code of Conduct will be removed. When you participate in conversations, make sure you do not reveal any personal details about yourself or share contact information (like email address, telephone number, Facebook or Snapchat ID). If you see a comment that contains personal contact details, please report it using the flag button beneath the comment. Our courses may contain references to the use of personal data. The EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and other privacy laws (both in the EU and throughout the world) provide legal guidance on how personal data can be collected, processed and stored. Please be mindful of the impact of data privacy laws on your personal data as well as the personal data of others.

Safeguarding at Knowledge Ka Adda?

As an organization, we have a duty to advance the government assistance of all who utilize our administrations, and give a protected learning climate that ensures the individuals who are generally helpless. We are focused on protecting youngsters and weak grown-ups who utilize our administrations and we adopt a zero-resilience strategy to any type of tormenting, provocation, sexual misuse or misuse. All grown-ups, including our students, our accomplices, and Knowledge Ka Adda staff, have a duty to react when they are worried that a youngster might be in danger of damage.
Kid wellbeing
For general exhortation on the best way to utilize Knowledge Ka Adda securely on the off chance that you are matured somewhere in the range of 13 and 17, kindly see our Child Safety page. There is a connect to this counsel at the lower part of each page on Knowledge Ka Adda.
Announcing remarks
On the off chance that you see a remark by another student that worries you, press the banner catch to report it to our mediators for survey, and compose a note in the Supporting Information box clarifying why you are concerned. The individual whose remark was accounted for won't realize who revealed it, however Knowledge Ka Adda may connect with you to follow up. It's particularly imperative to do this is you accept that a kid or weak grown-up is in impending peril. We have further exhortation on the off chance that you are stressed over expected web based harassing.
Detailing a teacher
Students and instructors on Knowledge Ka Adda's open courses should just impart through the remarks in the course, and ought not have any private contact outside of the course. Nonetheless, in the event that you are stressed over the conduct of a teacher (or some other individual from a group who is running a Knowledge Ka Adda course) inside or outside of a course, kindly email safeguarding@Knowledge Ka Adda.com and incorporate any supporting data you are agreeable to share. Your email will be shipped off Knowledge Ka Adda's Safeguarding Officer and Deputy, who will raise it with the shielding lead at the accomplice establishment. Any data will be treated with severe classification.
Detailing Knowledge Ka Adda staff
As a client of Knowledge Ka Adda you may come in to contact with Knowledge Ka Adda's client uphold, client examination, or advertising groups among others. In the event that you are stressed over the conduct of an individual from our staff, it would be ideal if you email info@knowledgekaadda.in and incorporate any supporting data you are agreeable to share. Your email will be shipped off Knowledge Ka Adda's Safeguarding Officer and Deputy, who will follow up the issue inside as per our Whistleblowing Policy. Any data will be treated with severe classification.

Online bullying?

Web based harassing or 'cyberbullying' incorporates a scope of damaging conduct that is
Expected to hurt somebody sincerely For instance, a coincidental negative or inhumane remark or contradiction, however conceivably disturbing, would not be viewed as harassing. Damaging conduct rehashed by a similar individual against another it would be viewed as harassing.
Types of internet harassing may include:
Composing focused on undermining, disturbing or injurious remarks about another student on Knowledge Ka Adda or outer stages,
Making and sharing focused on humiliating or malevolent pictures or recordings about a student on different stages,
Beginning a remark string or setting up disdain destinations or gatherings (outside Knowledge Ka Adda) about a specific student,
Urging another student to self-hurt
Imitating, seizing or taking a Knowledge Ka Adda profile or records on different administrations to humiliate another student or cause inconvenience utilizing their name
Tormenting conduct of any sort is against Knowledge Ka Adda's Code of Conduct, which all clients consent to while enlisting with Knowledge Ka Adda.
In the event that it happens to you or you notice it happening to another person on Knowledge Ka Adda
Try not to fight back or answer
Report the substance to our arbitrators by squeezing the banner catch. The individual who composed the substance won't be told who revealed it and they won't realize it has been accounted for except if the substance is taken out
Content that breaks our Code of Conduct will be covered up or erased,
On the off chance that the domineering jerk is somebody you definitely know
For instance, they may be another person at your school...
In the wake of doing the abovementioned,
Take screen captures of the conduct,
Report it to your educator or another grown-up you trust at school,
On the off chance that you're not open to doing that, email info@ knowledgekaadda.in and we will contact your school for your sake.
On the off chance that it occurs outside of Knowledge Ka Adda

Moderation on Knowledge Ka Adda?

Being a part of this learning community means behaving with honesty, respect and kindness to fellow learners and educators. How does moderation work?
Knowledge Ka Adda comments are reactively moderated: moderators do not read every individual comment made in a course.
The moderators will then review any comments that have been reported to them and decide whether or not to hide a comment according to our Code of Conduct and Terms & Conditions.
When a comment is hidden, it is replaced with the message “This comment has been removed by a Knowledge Ka Adda moderator”, and the author is sent an automated email to tell them it was hidden. They are not told who flagged the comment. They can reply to this email to find out more about the decision.
Learner profiles, study groups, peer assignments and peer review feedback are moderated in the same way.
How our moderators work
Knowledge Ka Adda’s moderators review content that is reported to them by users.
Our moderators are independent and work across all courses. They are not employed by, or associated with, any partner institution (the people who create and run courses on Knowledge Ka Adda) and they are never the same people as the Educators, Mentors or Hosts you may meet in a course.
The moderators review content and make decisions according to the Knowledge Ka Adda Code of Conduct, Terms & Conditions and any relevant laws of the United Kingdom.
Their actions are overseen by Knowledge Ka Adda Moderation Support, who investigate and respond to queries about moderation decisions.
Persistently negative behaviour
In extreme circumstances we may suspend the account of a learner who has broken our Code of Conduct several times. If they keep posting very offensive or disruptive comments (such as spam) they may be suspended immediately without warning to prevent them from causing further harm.
Sometimes negative behaviour may not be extreme, but may have a negative effect over time. In these cases the learner may receive a notice from Knowledge Ka Adda asking them to improve their behaviour. See the Persistent Negative Behaviour Policy for more information.
Extreme behaviour (like trolling or spamming)
If a user joins a course only to cause trouble or to promote something, repeatedly posting comments that break our Code of Conduct, we will immediately suspend their account to prevent further disruption. Offending comments will be hidden.