Our Online Courses while still being accessible to individuals with disabilities, frequently include video, audio, and interactive tutorials to avoid flat written content as the basis for the course and engage learners on a different level. Asynchronous written discussions facilitated by qualified professionals provide opportunities for practitioners to share their valuable work experiences with each other. Activities are relevant to practitioners wanting to advance their skills. Course activities are asynchronous, meaning that they can be completed 24/7 as long as they are submitted by assignment due dates established in each course. Participation in discussions is required and it is recommended that participants login at least twice a week to monitor the discussion.
Our staff is able to provide assistance to people new to online courses to ensure a good experience with the technology. If you are new to online learning, please visit our “Is Online Learning For Me?” page to learn more about what to expect.