Which Registration Process Do I Use?

Which Registration Process Do I Use?

Unsure Which Registration Process to Use?

Following is an short explanation of what the registration buttons do.

The Facility Registration Button

If you are a facility registering a student, you can choose this option.  This registration allows a facility to keep track of the employees they have registered and which classes have been taken. It also allows a facility to be invoiced for the cost of the course. Payments can also be made via the payment system using a credit or debit card.

The Student Registration Button

Students registering for a course on their own should use this option.  This process allows the student to choose the course and the payment method.  The Student Registration process gives students the option to pay immediately, or to make payments on the course they are taking.  (Remember! Courses must be paid in full BEFORE the class starts!)

To Browse Courses Available

If you are not sure which class you want to take, you can choose this option to browse what courses are available in your state.  From the home page click on the magnifying glass icon to find your state. The following page will list the courses available in your state. After finding the course you want, you’ll see a Registration Button on that course page.

Access Your Account

If you ever need to go back to make another payment, print a receipt, or even check to see what courses you have taken, you need to access your billing account.  Choose “Log In” from the menu at the top of the page. The choose “My Billing Account.” You can enter your username and password to see information regarding your account.

We sincerely hope that this changeover will be easy for all of our customers.  Please feel free to give us a call with any questions.  We will be more than happy to walk you through the process if needed.


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