Frequently Asked Questions

Please go through the following FAQ’s for the which can help you to understand how the training works & the pre-requisites you have to have before you start with the trianing.

Online training is generally self-paced and customizable to suit an individual’s specific learning needs. Therefore, online training can be conducted at almost any time and place, provided there is a computer with high-speed internet access.

Most communication before and during the course will take place by email or Skype.

Most course materials are delivered online through the course website. In some cases, a separate course packet or video may be mailed to your address by program staff.

All our students can register using the form found in out site itself.

We use Skype,Teamviewer,Gotomeeting&Webex tools for the Training and we would guide you how to setup the softwares before we start the training.
Operating systems: Microsoft Windows 2003 Professional & Server editions Microsoft Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional, Vista, Windows 7 & Windows 8.

All courses are user-friendly. Students should be successful if they have basic computer skills, including working with Basic Programming in a Windows system environment, navigating the internet using a standard browser, and familiarity with standard email and word-processing programs.

Successful online learners are self-motivated, responsible, and able to manage their time well.

For most online courses, Courses are accessed by connecting to the internet. Each course has a designated start and end date. Lessons are posted by the course instructor each week. Students select the week’s lesson and work on the assignments. Online course participants are expected to contribute to discussions two to three times each week. Students may log on to the course during day or night as per the schedule. We ask students to plan adequate time for studying and interacting with the course site. Expect to spend at least 10 hrs per week.

Online training courses are designed to guide people through information and coursework, or help trainees to better perform in specific tasks. Some of these courses may even be a workplace requirement by law. As well as presenting course material and content, online training gives students the opportunity for live interactions and real-time feedback for things like quizzes, tests and surveys. Interactions between instructors and students are also conducted via an online medium through chat or email.