Online training courses are better equipped to work around your schedule and can prepare you for a new career, help you advance in your current job and offer a wide variety of personal development training options.
Online training has transformed drastically over the years from computer-based training to distance learning or e-learning. It is now a form of instruction that takes place all or mostly on the internet. It involves a variety of techniques including graphics, audio, video and internet links. Rather than traditional classroom instruction, online methods make it more convenient for the end-user.
Online students may participate in live interactions and real-time feedback for such things as quizzes and tests. Instructor and student exchanges occur in the virtual world through such methods as chat, e-mail or other web-based communication.
Online training is self-paced and customizable to suit an individual's specific learning needs. Therefore, students can participate in online training at almost any time and place, provided they have access to a computer with high-speed internet.
Online students should have a basic knowledge of computers including but not limited to, the ability to use a mouse, which involves knowing the difference between left-click and right-click; the ability to open and close documents and web pages; and the ability to navigate a website and web pages. Those with no computer experience at all may have trouble with online training and might want to consider a basic computer training class before attempting an online class.
Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is a proud partner of the Oklahoma CareerTech System.