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About Online Trainings
Online trainings provide a way to study at your own pace. Online training materials are available for one full week. In addition to specific requirements such as online reading materials and activities, they will also provide the opportunity to discuss ideas with Preventionists and other professionals from around the state in an online discussion forum.
To register for an online training, first go to the Training Registration calendar, where all currently scheduled trainings are listed. At the time that you register, you will create an Account Login, which you will be able to use to access the online trainings you are registered for.
Click here for a QuickStart Guide to Navigating Online Trainings
What to Expect
How online trainings are organized
- Training materials are organized into modules called Learning Paths, based on the main objectives of the training.
- Each Learning Path involves specific requirements, which may include online readings, video and audio clips, narrated PowerPoint slides, assignments, quizzes, surveys, and discussion boards.
- Each training includes a pre- and post-test. In order to receive a Certificate of Completion, you must complete all required assignments and past the post-test.
- All trainings also include an evaluation for you to give feedback to the Training System about how it went.
- The online training is intended to be a similar investment of time as a face-to-face training, and you will recieve a corresponding number of 'contact hours' for the training as you would if it was in person.
- On average, plan to spend approximately 6 hours -- but recognize that depending on your personal speed of working through materials, you may want to allocate more time.
Find Some of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions Below
These are some of the most frequent questions about online courses. If after reading below you do not see the answer to your questions, please feel free to contact Technical Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1-505-333-8240. During the week a training is available, technical assistance related to training access and navigation is available from 9 am until 6 pm.
1. How do I get an account?
When you register for an online training (listed in the "Training Registration" calendar), you will create your account login username and password. This is your account login information that you will use to access your online training.
2. How do I access my online training?
To access your online training, first enter your username and password to login to your account. When you do, you will be automatically taken to the list of online trainings you are currently taking. A new menu will also appear called "Online Trainings," and if you navigate to a different page, you can click that link to return to the online training area of the website.
Three business days prior to the start of the online training, you will receive a confirmation reminder email with basic instructions for accessing your training.
Important Note: You will not be able to access the training until 9 a.m. on the day it is scheduled to begin.
3. When are trainings available?
The online training will be available for 10 days (typically from Monday through Tuesday), with specific start and end dates, as listed on the registration calendar. You may access the training anytime during the week it is available, and you can login as many times as needed to complete the work.
The training will not be available prior to the start date. Thus, so while you may log into your account, you will not be able to access the training until it is made available on the day it is scheduled to begin.
4. Are there any meetings I have to attend for online trainings?
For online trainings, all training materials and interactions will take place completely online. You do not have to attend any face-to-face meetings. However, you MUST LOGIN by the third day of the training, or you will be removed from the class and considered a "no show."
5. What website do I go to in order to take my online class?
The online trainings are offered right here through the NM ATODA Prevention Workforce Training System's website.
When you login to your account, you will be taken to a list of online trainings you are currently taking. You will also see a new menu appear called "Online Trainings" and at any time, from any page in the Prevention Workforce website, you can click that link to access your online training.
6. How much time will I have to spend on the training?
The online training is intended to take the same amount of time as a face-to-face training.