A mushrooming computer market and the advent of World Wide Web have sparked a rapid increase in the electronic delivery of education. Technology based distance education has been around a long time, but its growth has surged in the 1990s all over the world, resulting in growing thousands of online courses in field of English language teaching. One of the main reasons for this growth in online learning is an improvement in resources, technology and established effective methods of learning. Online education offers every individual the right information in right format at the right time. This is known as “any time, any place, at any pace” principal of learning. The study has collected information on participants’ who are teachers of primary school level; perceptions of an online course. The study followed a convergence of quantitative and qualitative methods. The effectiveness of the online course was analyzed through feedback received from interviews of learners and feedback received from learners and ELT experts through questionnaire. Both sets of data have been summarized and analyzed by the researcher to draw meaningful conclusions.