This article contains information on how to gain access to the Shaw Academy Portal (skills.shawacademy.com/login) also known as E-Learning Management System (LMS).
The Shaw Academy seeks to improve learning processes for its student. Therefore, it is pleased to announce the adoption of a Learning Management System (LMS), that would make it easy for students to attend classes online, get lecture notes and submit assignments anywhere and anytime.
Shaw Academy offers education without limitations. Whether you are a full time professional, part-time worker, someone looking for a career change or starting your own venture, it’s never too late to learn. We make it easy to get real qualifications which lead to real success, empowering hundreds of thousands of new students each month all over the world.
STEPS ON HOW TO ACCESS AND ENROL FOR THE SHAW ACADEMY PORTAL SYSTEM.
The following is a guide on how to enrol for the Shaw Academy Portal System.
- Open your internet browser e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
- Go to Shaw Academy Login Portal
- Select Log in
- Once logged in, scroll down the page to Course Categories. Select your School
- Select your course or check for your course in your department.
- You will then see the content for your course.
- You create your login details during registration. Your username is always your email address and you can create a password of your choice.
- To log in simply go to Shaw Academy’s home page, click “login” on the top right hand corner of the page and you will be brought to the login page. Enter your username and password. You will then be brought to your Member’s area.
Forgot Your Shaw Academy Password?
- If you forget your password, don’t worry. Click on “Members Area” on Shaw Academy’s homepage and this will take you to the Members Area login page. You will see a “forgot password” link under where you enter your login details. Click on “forgot password” and an email will be sent to your email address in order to reset your password.
In cases where students do not have access to any device or data, other options are being explored, including the possibility of using the Post Office to deliver paper-based material to students. Additional support will be made available for students when contact teaching resumes, and particularly for students who will have had difficulty in transitioning to online learning. It may be necessary for face-to-face lectures to be extended through the September and December vacation breaks and for some cohorts, to extend the academic programme into 2021.
Students who have queries related to the academic programme should contact their respective schools. Students who do not have access to adequate mobile computing devices and cannot secure them elsewhere should contact their Faculty representatives.