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Online
Online Cohort

Often also called an online university model, online cohorts have a participant cohort and instructor support. They feature a one-hour virtual kickoff with audio through a phone line that is led by the instructor. In this kickoff, instructors review the course objectives and provide a technical overview of NVTI Student Central. After the virtual kickoff, participants work asynchronously to discuss and collaborate with others in the NVTI Student Central portal. Online cohorts are typically two to four weeks in length and have assignments and deadlines.

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Self-Paced
Self-Paced

These are eLearning elements that exist without instructor guidance or feedback; participants work independently and launch the learning in NVTI Student Central portal.

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Virtual
Virtual

Virtual courses are live classes with all participants, as well as the instructor, participating virtually. These courses take place in a virtual room and allow for discussion, group projects, and screen sharing. Virtual courses require a laptop or desktop computer (mobile devices and tablets are not recommended) with internet connection. They may be taken with wireless internet but some individuals in lower bandwidth locations find it helps to be hardwired. Audio for these classes is Voice Over IP (VOIP), so a headset with a microphone is required. It is recommended that you use a wired headset versus one that connects via Bluetooth. There are typically launched from NVTI Student Central.

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Classroom
Classroom

These are traditional live, face-to-face classroom classes typically offered at the NVTI training center in Dallas, TX.

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Online Curriculum
Online Curriculum

Online Curriculum means the course is without instructor interaction and consists of multiple individual self-paced eLearning elements; these typically include knowledge checks. Participants progress through the curriculum one eLearning element at a time and access to future eLearning elements may be restricted pending completion of earlier elements. These often have a scheduled beginning and scheduled ending date, but this is not always the case. Online curriculums are launched from NVTI Student Central.

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