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Course completion time varies per individual. All of our courses are self-paced. For this reason, an individual who is more familiar with a particular subject may proceed through the course at a quicker pace.

Your certificate is printable on demand just as soon as you complete your course. You may also save an electronic copy of your certificate if you choose.

Yes. Our courses contain an automatic bookmarking feature. Each time you navigate forward in the course we are saving your position in our database so that if you are to close the course and come back later, you will simple pick-up right where you left off.
Your courses can remain in your account for up to 2 years or until the course expires with the commission. Course expiration is rare but if this occurs just give us a call and we'll replace the course with an alternative.

Yes. If your state requires us to submit course completions we do this on a daily basis. Every state has a different procedure for CE credits. For a complete description of how your state handles CE credits, click a link below.

If your state requires that we do this, we submit on a daily basis. Please check your particular states requirements by clicking a link below.

All of our courses contain short multiple choice quizzes at the end of each chapter or unit. However, final exams are only required if your state requires them. Check your particular states requirements by clicking a link below.

Quizzes and final exams (if your state requires final exam) are multiple choice. If you do not receive a passing score, you will get another quiz with a new set of questions. There are no limits to the number of times you can re-take a quiz.

Yes. You can take our courses on a PC, Mac, iPad, tablet or any mobile device. If you are using an Apple iPhone or iPad you will need to download the Puffin browser. Download it to your device from the App Store. After you have downloaded the Puffin application to your device, open it and navigate to the webpage. Click the icon consisting of three lines located at the top right side of the screen to open the keyboard.
Enabling Flash on a Mac/Safari Browser

For Mac OS X 10.8 and above

  1. Open Safari, and choose Safari > Preferences. Note: ...
  2. Click the Security tab. Ensure that Enable JavaScript and Allow Plug-ins are selected.
  3. Select Adobe Flash Player. From the When visiting other websites menu, choose Allow.
For more information and other versions of Safari go here:
If you have downloaded the Flash player and still get the black screen, it may be because ActiveX filtering is turned on. Make sure that it is not enabled in Internet Explorer by following the below instructions appropriate for your version of IE. If this doesn't fix your problem you can also try running the website in a different web browser like Google Chrome.

Disable ActiveX Filtering on Internet Explorer 9 or 10

  1. Open Internet Explorer 9 and click on the Gears icon in the upper right corner of the window.
  2. Select the Safety menu, and then uncheck the ActiveX Filtering menu item. Alternately you can also access this via the Tools menu on the menu bar, then unchecking ActiveX Filtering.

Reset to default settings on Internet Explorer 8

  1. Click on Tools > Internet options
  2. In the Advanced tab, go to Reset in "Reset Internet Explorer settings".
  3. Click the Reset tab and follow the prompts.

Google Chrome

  1. Type chrome://plugins/ into the address bar and hit enter.
  2. Find the section for Adobe Flash Player.
  3. Make sure it is "enabled."
Some courses contain video but all courses are text/graphic based. For this reason you are able to proceed through the material at your own pace.

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