Talent LMS Policies
To be a successful online learner, students must be comfortable using their own computer and working on the Internet.
Students enrolling in an online course should expect to spend the same number of hours in the online course as an instructor-led training. If a student advances too quickly in the course, the course will be marked incomplete. The course will be reset and the student will be expected to retake the course. This system is in place to support learning outcomes and compliance with IACET Accreditation.
Maintaining a standard of academic honesty is a responsibility shared by the students, faculty, and administration at The Promise Institute. The faculty has the responsibility to create an atmosphere in which students may display their knowledge. This atmosphere includes sufficient safeguards to control dishonesty.
The students have the responsibility to represent themselves ethically in their online course activities. This includes accurately identifying themselves when registering and completing the course.
The following are recommended computer system requirements for taking online courses:
· Windows based PCs: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later, or Mozilla Firefox 17 or later, Chrome
· All Apple Products, MacBooks and so on.
· Smart phone or tablet.
In order to participate in PHELC TalentLMS courses, you will be required to register.
You must ensure that the details provided during registration, or at any time, are correct and complete.
You must keep your password and user name confidential and not disclose them or share them with anyone. If you know or suspect that someone else knows your password, change your password immediately.
Download course materials from the FILE tab which can be found on your course dashboard. Always have paper and something to write with to take notes.
All online classes must be completed within one year from the date of enrollment. The course may be accessed from any computer that has internet access.
There is a non-refundable charge for all CEU courses. Upon the completion of an online course via TalentLMS, students must complete and pass an assessment with 80% accuracy to receive an IACET approved CEU certificate.
All personal information collected by TalentLMS is considered confidential and is secured through encryption tools. Access to students’ personal information is limited to The Promise Institute employees for the purpose of fulfilling Talent LMS obligations and IACET compliance.