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How-To: Get the most out of your Online Classroom!

Welcome to OnLine Training Institute!  When you first login to our Online Classroom we find it useful for students to be aware of certain helpful features.  If you require more assistance please call our office Monday-Friday between 8:00am and 5:00PM EST toll free at 866-357-0841 (Local 561-283-0333) or send us an email at register@oltraining.com.


1.  Logging in to the Online Classroom...

     To log in to the Online Classroom you go to the URL https://www.oltraining.com/courses. Enter the username and password that you were sent in your Student Welcome Letter or that you chose during Registration.


2.  After logging in...

     On the left side of your home screen are various menus (we call them blocks) that allow you to check for new messages, navigate the course, view and update your personal information, and see other courses that are available for purchase.  Once you are inside your course there will also be a block that allows you search the forums.

The Navigation Block

allows you to veiw your public profile and move around both in your course and the online classroom.

The Settings Block

allow you to edit your profile and once you have clicked into your course you can also access your Course Grades.

The Messages Block

gives you the ability to text message fellow students and your instructor from within the course. If the instructor is offline, a copy of the message is sent to the instructor's email address.

On the right side of the screen is a link to any private files that you need to store for your course work and a list of the Users that are currently logged into the online school.  Once inside your course area the users listed are users taking the same course.

In the center of the screen there is a welcome message and below that a list of the courses in which you are actively enrolled and the Break Room forums where you can interact with other students.  To access your course area click the link to your course.


3.  After you click on your course...

     On the left side of the screen are the Navigation, Settings, and Forum Search Engine blocks.  On the right side of the screen is the Messages, Activities, Recent Activities, Latest News and Online Users blocks.other student logged in to your course.

In the Activities Block

you can click to view/review the course Glossaries, Lessons, Quizzes and other Resources. 

The Recent Activities Block

shows whether new required activities have been added by your instructor..

The Latest News Block

shows updates by our office staff such as when colleges are going on break or when there has been an update to a required text book that is not yet reflected in the course material.

In the center is general course info including: More information on how to use the course, how to contact your instructor or the Registrar by email, the course syllabus and glossary, and links to the course units that have to be completed before you can take the final exam and submit your grades to receive your Certificate of Completion.


4.   Course Completion Requirements...

All quizzes and exams must be completed with at least a 70% on each in order to complete your course.  All of the lessons, quizzes, and exams in your course are computer scored. The scores are recorded and sent to us automatically. You can work at your own pace until you complete the course at which time you will need to fill out the Grade Submittal Form to lock in your grades and trigger your Certificate of Completion to be sent to you.  Do not forget to submit your Grades for our final review.

Unit Lessons

are not graded!  If a question in a lesson is Fill in the Blank you will be told to compare your answer to the correct answer.  This does not mean that your answer was wrong.  There are many different ways that Fill in the Blank question can be answered, ex. caps or no caps.  The course tells you to compare your answer to the correct answer so that you will not have an answer marked incorrect when you use caps and the instructor did not.

Unit Quizzes and Exams

can be taken as many times as you wish but a score of at least 70% on each quiz and exam is required to unlock the Course Final Exam. We recommend that students go back and review their course material and retake the quizzes until they pass each quiz with at least a 90%. Your highest quiz score for each unit quiz will be used for grading.

The Course Final Exam

can only be taken twice.  It is highly recommended that you thoroughly understand the material before attempting the Course Final Exam.  If you don't pass your first attempt at the final exam you should review your attempt to see what you got wrong and restudy the content.  You will be allowed a second attempt after 16 hours. If you fail the second attempt, you will have failed the course and no additional attempts will be permitted. You will need to contact the college that you registered through if you wish to re-enroll in this course.  If you experienced technical difficulties during your Final Exam attempt please contact our office Monday-Friday between 8:00am and 5:00PM EST toll free at 866-357-0841 (Local 561-283-0333) or send us an email at support@oltraining.com.

Your Grade Submittal Form

must be submitted to our Compliance office in order for you to recieve your Certificate of Completion.  Please allow at least ten (10) working business days to receive your Certificate of Completion.  Click here for more help on How-To: Submit your Grades.

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2669 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Toll free 866-357-0841
(Local 561-283-0333)

 

Hurricane season reminds us of the need for Adjusters. If you are interested in becoming one, or already have your adjuster license and need CE, we have several courses you might be interested in. Click on any of the following courses to read more!

Florida Designation (pre-licensing) course (exempts 6-20 adjusters from state exam):

INS013FL40 Accredited Claims Adjuster Designation Course (3-20 (T31-20), 5-20 and 6-20)

Florida Adjuster CE courses:

INSCE024FL8b 5-hour Law & Ethics Update Course for Adjusters (6-20)

INSCE025 5hr Law and Ethics for 3-20 Public Adjuster (3-20) 

INSCE029 Ethics in the Industry for 3-20 Adjusters (3-20)

The following CE courses are good for any agent or adjuster in Florida (except public adjuster):

INSCE008FL2 CE Hurricanes and Their Impact on Insurance (2 hours)

INSCE007FL3 CE Flood Insurance Concepts Course (3 hours) 

INSCE010FL3 CE Flood Insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) (3 hours) 

(We also have versions of the Flood and Hurricanes courses available in other states. Go to http://www.oltraining.com/catalog/index.php to see what is available for your state.)

 


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Last Updated: October 30, 2017 by Maria Torres Arbona