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Creations Career Institute’s online courses can be accessed over the Internet at any time of day or night. All courses consist of 12 lessons, live instructor support, and each course is supplemented with interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and online discussion areas. Courses are offered once a month and run for six weeks. Our courses are offered eleven months of the year, January – November Each online course has twelve lessons available on the Internet, two lessons are released per week for six weeks, each Wednesday and Friday. After the final lesson is released at the end of six weeks, a final examination will be released and available for 2 additional weeks. Each lesson takes approximately two hours to complete and includes interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and online discussion areas. (Helpful Hint: The Discussion area for each lesson has a large amount of useful information). You may take each lesson any day of the week and any time of the day or night within a 7-10 day grace period from the day the lesson is first available. If you want a record of your participation in the class, you will need to take the first quiz, and it is suggested that you take the quiz at the end of each lesson. You are required to take the final exam for the course if you want a completion certificate.Read More
In order to take any of our courses, you will need: Internet access Email Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer web browser The latest Adobe Flash and PDF plug-ins. Visit http://www.adobe.com/downloads and click Get Adobe Flash Player and Get Adobe Reader to download these free plug-ins.Read More
Most of the courses are Macintosh compatible. If a course is not Macintosh compatible, this information will be stated on the course's Requirements tab when you view the course details.Read More
Choose the department, then the course you are interested in. Click on the requirements tab. A list of necessary software and course materials will be listed there. You must have the software type and version installed before the class starts, unless the requirements state otherwise.Read More
Taking a course over the Internet requires the ability to: Work independently; Devise your own schedule for “attending” class and completing assignments. Have the self-discipline and self-motivation to work on a flexible schedule without falling behind. Accept greater responsibility for your success than students in traditional classroom settings.Read More
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