The E-Learning Center is located on your “My Account” page. Under the My Courses tab, click on your course to launch the course homepage. All of your study materials will be under the first tab, Assignments. Click an assignment to begin.
Study Guide: Click the LAUNCH button to open the study guide in a new browser tab. The study guide has a table of contents at left and a search bar at right for easy navigation. You can use the arrows on the sides of the book or the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate, and you can double-click on a page to zoom in. On the bottom of the screen you will see options for full-screen reading and printing.
Once the study guide is opened, the assignment is considered “completed,” but you can close and open the study guide as many times as you’d like. It will not save your place in the book when you exit. Exit the tab and close the launch window by clicking the Close button in the lower left corner to return to the course homepage.
Training Video: The video is divided up into multiple sections to break up the training. Use the PREV and NEXT buttons to navigate between sections. Each video section has a play button and player controls for navigation. Once you open the training video, the assignment will be considered “completed,” but you can open and close the training video as many times as you want. Click the Close button in the lower left corner to return to the course homepage.
Practice Exam: This is an optional assignment that you can use to test your preparedness for the final exam. The questions are pulled from the final exam question pool and are displayed in a similar format to the final exam. You cannot skip ahead, but you can navigate back to any previously visited question. You can leave questions blank (though we don’t recommend it), and you do have a chance to review your answers before submission. Your score has no effect on your course progress, but you must answer all questions correctly in order for the optional assignment to be considered “completed.”
Resources tab: The resources tab contains links or files that are not necessary to completing the program but may be helpful, such as the slides used by the presenter during the training video.