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Virtual Classrooms WORK for YOU - the LEARNER!

Attending a quality online Instructor-Led Virtual Classroom allows you, the learner, to immerse in material that is presented in a fun, practical manner. 

This is NOT a Webinar!
This is NOT an e-learning self-paced computerized course. 
You are not on your own! 

Instructor-Led Virtual Classrooms allow you to
  • Learn online with a live experienced instructor.
  • Interact in group discussions and activities with others in the class.
  • Engage your instructor with ongoing Q and A throughout.
  • Listen to or share real-world examples.
  • Participate in analyzing sample exam questions with the instructor. 
  • Collaborate with chat, open mic, polls, and other interactive tools – VOIP or phone! 
  • Learn from; review sessions, videos, workbook activities, study aids, Reference Cards, and more!
Benefits Include:
  • Take a class at your home or office – more time for you and yours!
  • Receive materials online – no shipping. 
  • No travel, no TSA, stay safe and self-distanced! 
  • Less overhead, reduced cost, bigger VALUE for YOU.
Getting Started for YOU the Learner – Best Practices:
  • Register in the virtual classroom – one week prior is good but a day or two ahead will work.
  • Know your requirements – ex: headset, VOIP or telephone? 
  • Understand how to get access to the materials for the class.
  • Read through any pre-class materials provided prior to class start. 
  • Test your connection to the virtual classroom at least one hour prior to class start. 
  • Be prepared to ENGAGE, LEARN, PASS EXAMS and HAVE FUN! 
  • You will be supported before, during, and after your class! 
Instructor-Led Virtual Classes combine the benefits of traditional classroom instruction with the convenience of online learning, making them an effective and flexible educational option.


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