The minimum recommended requirements are:
Note: If you wish to use the audio features, you’ll also need a sound card with speakers or headphones.
Yes, it may. Pop-up blockers prevent windows from opening automatically. While they can prevent annoying or inconvenient ads, the blocker may interfere with e-courses. Learn how to disable a pop-up blocker.
Select the version of the e-course you wish to use:
Select Flash if you are on a desktop and desire a more interactive learning experience. You may need to enable Flash on your browser. You’ll now be able to navigate through the pages using the arrow buttons at the bottom of the window.
Select HTML if you are learning on a tablet or other mobile device. You can also use HTML on a desktop that does not have Flash installed.
Time to complete the e-course varies depending on the learner. Some people will try to complete the course in one session while others will take the course over a longer period of time. As a rule of thumb a 60-slide e-course will take about 60 minutes.
After 30 minutes, you may be timed out of the e-course. If this happens, log back into the e-course to begin again. If you have been using the Notepad, you will lose your notes. Just to be safe, we suggest printing your notes before leaving your computer.
There are activities throughout the e-course to check your understanding. You must complete these to continue the e-course. In addition, there’s a final review at the end that comprises 10 questions. You need a minimum grade of 80% to receive confirmation of e-course completion. You can attempt the review more than once.
If you start the review and then leave for 30 minutes or more, the system may time out, ending the session, and you’ll receive a failing grade for that attempt.
If you successfully complete the course, you can close your window by clicking at the button at the top “Save Progress and Exit Course” to return to your main course page to access your confirmation of completion and take a survey. You should always keep proof of any course completion for your records, your employer may need a copy.