360 Online Training
The Center for Workplace Learning has entered into a partnership with 360training, a market leading provider of compliance and workforce e-Learning solutions.
360training (Austin, TX) services over 1500 e-learning partners who together have trained more than 3 million users worldwide. Their integrated strategy of technology, content and service helps organizations and professionals in a wide range of industries best manage career, compliance and certification needs.
Individuals can complete their state requirements for a Real Estate License completely on line. In addition, there are opportunities to complete continuing education courses for individuals in Accounting, Cosmetology, Electrical, Financial Services, and Real Estate.
Visit our 360training Online site to learn more!
Requirements for Online Classes: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Every course we offer has been carefully engineered to provide you with quick and easy access to all your course materials, no matter what type of computer you use or what type of Internet connection you have.
Some courses may require additional software or have other requirements; before registering for any course please thoroughly read the complete course requirements in order to ensure your success.
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