Still not confident with online classes?
Taking online classes may be a departure from the traditional classroom, but for many, it’s a change for the better.
The perks of taking online classes are numerous.
They offer additional flexibility for busy students, especially for those balancing school with work and family. They can attract professionals looking for career advancement, parents seeking to better provide for their families and returning students looking to pick up where they left off.
Some online programs even provide additional control over the pace of learning.
This option brings the experience straight to you, allowing you to work at your own pace to make a better life for you and your family.
Best of all, taking online classes lets you integrate your studies into your schedule at your convenience.
Though online courses aren’t the best choice for everyone, their flexibility is ideal for students who want to learn while juggling family lives, busy schedules, or full-time jobs.
Students who are enrolled in online courses learn as much as on-site students do but directly from the comfort of their couch.
So, why not try?
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HOW TO ATTEND THE ONLINE CLASSES
Students just need to turn on and connect their computer at least 15 / 10 min before the class time (all class times are PST) and click on the invitation link that will be send by your teacher through email so that you can join the meeting online; if you will experience not receiving the email with the link on the day of your first class, check your spam/trash folders first…sometimes can go there; then, if you still have any issue in receiving it, please contact your teacher directly → their email address will be provided on the confirmation email of your class a few days before the commence of your course.
Please note: the registration is not automatic, it may take some time to receive it, and the reception must have the material time to process it in our database and notify your teacher in time. If you register at the last, it may happen that you will not be able to attend your first lesson.
Please do not contact your instructor for administrative or registration matters; instructors can only be contacted directly for syllabi, materials, homework, or information about their own classes.