Self paced online training with interactive audiovisual content including animations and hands on experience, Pre test and a Post-test.
$195 for a single user license for 30 days. During the license period, you can log in from any computer to complete the course at your own pace and time.
While ordering, if you choose multiple courses, you will get the following discounts.
Corporate Account is a perfect way if you want to train multiple students. Avail of bulk discounts and have complete control on your training effort.
The Online Training Course has the following testing modules:
Pre-Test: 10 questions
Post-Test: 25 random questions from a question databank
A certificate of completion will be issued to students who get more than 65% in the Post-test. This certificate is recognized by the following associations for Continuing Education (CE) Credits:
ASIS: Recertification - 7 hours
BISCI: CEC - 6 units Approval Code - ID OV-STAM-NJ-0616-6
ESA: CEU - 7 hours
State of New Jersey: CEU - 7 hours Approval Code - TECES-13(65)C002
State of Texas: CEU - 6 hours Approval Code - Y00237
NSCA: 7.5 Learning Units
ALOA: PRP Recertification – 1.5 points
Approved by Tennessee Alarm Systems Contractor Board
Approved by Construction Industry Training Board, Northern Ireland
The course is very good and easy to navigate. It’s nice to be able to take courses on the internet. I run an Networking company and my time is limited.
The learning program was very easy to use and understand and would be very easy for someone who knows nothing about networking to follow. I was very pleased with the user interface.
Good general theory of IP networks. The on-line course should tell you the hours and days you have left to complete the course
I thoroughly enjoyed this review of the IP networking. It was a good challenge and offered a lot of good informational topics. I would highly recommend this training course to anyone interested in learning about this subject
The information presented was exactly what was needed, and was presented in a logical and progressive manner. The only problem I found was the navigation tool instructions are buried under an obscure "read me" button