What Are Courses?

Courses Hierarchy Diagram

Each Course in the Learning Management System is comprised of individual Classes designed to provide you a thorough understanding of specific concepts to help you succeed in your training efforts and outcomes. Each Class is comprised of recorded video and/or audio training, along with forms, tools, collateral and other resources to help you complete skills-based activities and execute relevant training tasks to achieve its learning objectives. Your retention of the curriculum delivered is evaluated by a test at the completion of each Class in its associated Course.

What Happens When I Complete A Course?

100% Complete

Upon the successful completion of all required Classes, assigned tasks and achievement of a passing grade for all tests incorporated within each Class associated with a Course, your Course progress will reflect 100% completion.

Can I Enroll in a Class Without Enrolling in a Course?

While we recommend enrolling in Courses to get the most out of the learning management system; if you so choose, you can select a particular Class without enrolling in a specific Course. This will allow you to benefit from the ability to pick and choose the training and resources you need when you need it.

Will My Progress Get Tracked?

When participating in training, all of your progress is measured and displayed in the Learning Management System for each of your chosen Courses. Should you decide to enroll in individual Classes instead of; or in addition to, Courses, all of your progress in any individual Classes will be automatically associated with; and displayed in, any related Courses, allowing you to take only the balance of the training required to complete each Course.

How Do I Get Started?

To get started, simply choose from the different Course focus areas and levels displayed in the navigation box on the left side of the Courses page. Once you have chosen a Course focus area and selected a Course Level, you will be able to enroll in specific Courses on subsequent pages.

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