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Getting Started
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Written by Stephen Krzeminski
Updated over a week ago

To get started with your training, check your email for your login credentials. Depending on how the training platform was set up, you might receive your password in the email, or alternatively, receive a link that you will need to click in order to choose your own password.

Click on the URL for the platform and enter your login credentials to sign in.

After signing into the platform, the first page you'll see is your Dashboard. Your training can be found under the My Current Learning section. To begin a course, click on the Start Course button.

Once you're in the course portal, you can click on the Start button to begin your training. You can also click on one of the modules in the table of contents to open it. If a module has a padlock icon beside it, it means that it cannot be accessed until the previous modules have been completed.

After starting the course, you can click on the ☰ button in the upper left corner to show/hide the table of contents. In the table of contents, you'll be able to go back to the course portal, as well as your dashboard by clicking on the Home icon.

You can also use the table of contents to navigate to different modules in the course.

In the upper right corner, clicking on the Next Module button will take you to the next module in the course.

Once all mandatory modules are completed, you will see a congratulations message appear at the bottom of your screen.

Along with courses, you may also be assigned Learning Paths. These can also be found under the My Current Learning area of your Dashboard.

Learning Paths are a series of courses that might require completion in a specific order. Once you are in the Learning Path, you can click on the Start button to launch the courses it contains. Courses you have already finished will show Completed.

To see a full list of your completed courses, click on Completed Learning at the top of your page. Clicking on the name of the course will let you revisit the training and access the course content.

Some courses may also have certificates of completion that were awarded upon completion. These can be accessed by clicking on the View Certificate button.

The Resource Center button allows you to view standalone items. If you do not see this button, this means that your platform does not contain any standalone items that you can view.

Lastly, the Course Catalog button lets you enroll yourself in courses and learning paths. To enroll yourself, just click on the View Details button and follow the prompts.

If you do not see the Course Catalog option, that means there are no courses available for self registration.

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