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You can navigate through this course in a number of ways.

  1. The Navigation Menu button, located at the top left of the screen, allows one to go directly to specific pages within each section of the course; including the Home page and Final Assessment.
  2. Use the Information button, located at the top right of the screen, to access: Help, Glossary, and other additional resources.
  3. The Start Course button, on the homepage, will begin the course at Section 1 Page 1.
  4. To jump to a specific page from the homepage, press the section dropdown button Section 8 for each stage.
  5. To navigate through each section sequentially press the Previous and Next buttons located beneath each section’s title.
  6. The section circle 1 of 8 always displays the current page and the section’s total number of pages.

You do not need to complete the course in one sitting. Feel free to break it up into several sessions.

This course contains several interactive exercises and a final exercise. Click the navigation buttons contained within the exercises to proceed from one question to the next. Most of the interactive exercises provide feedback about why an answer was correct or incorrect. These exercises are intended to help you remember the concepts; the results are not tracked or viewed by anyone but yourself.

At the end of the module is a final assessment. You must receive a score of 70 percent or more to pass the course. If you do not pass the course, you may review it and take the final asessment again. After passing the final assessment, you will be directed to a certificate of completion, which you can print out or save.

Click, touch, or hover the cursor over terms that have a dotted underline to reveal definitions, tips, and extras. A list of all glossary terms can be found withing the Information menu, under Glossary.

This course was designed to work in most browsers, operating systems, and devices. To view some of the resource documents, you will need the free Adobe Reader or another document reader installed on your computer. You may download a free version of Adobe Reader.

This course is being delivered in a 508-compliant interface. During development of this course, we attempted to make the content accessible to individuals using screen readers. If you encounter trouble accessing the course by screen reader, please contact NWCPHP, and we will do our best to make sure the content is accessible to you.