How NTP’s online Transport Manager course works

Our online Transport Manager course has been designed to be completely user friendly even to those with limited experience on computers.

Once the course goes live the process is easy, it’s simply a case of checking out online, just like you would if you were purchasing an item from an online shop. Once you’ve made your purchase you’ll be emailed a welcome email with your user details and a link to login and that’s it you’re ready to get going with the course.

The course is divided into chapters or as we prefer to call them, modules. Each module covers a different topic and will contain a mixture of text, presentations, video’s, quizzes, case studies along with details of live sessions, student groups etc. To work through the module you just need to click the NEXT button. It really is very easy to use.

Some sessions, such as live interactive sessions may divert you from the main course screen however, clear instructions are provided along with links. Your screen will look something like the image below and once you start completing modules the achievements number will change.

If you logout of the course it doesn’t matter, when you login you’ll be able to instantly pick up where you left off or you can choose to visit another module, whichever suits your needs. Our recommendation is that you work your way through from module 1 and keep in numerical order.

You can login and out as many times as you need to within your 1 year access. You can also go over the same module as many times as you need to and you can access all supporting documents for the duration of your access too.

The course works by breaking down the qualification into manageable chunks making it easier for students to digest the information. We’ve completely re-written the course in plain English, no complicated jargon that nobody understands, whilst still ensuring you’ll understand the questions and case studies contained within the official OCR examinations.

Our aim throughout the development of this course has been to ensure its user friendly, easy to understand, easier to take in and learn and improve the pass rate than those achieved in traditional tutoring methods.

Support is offered to all our students regardless if you purchase the full course or buy the block courses. We want you to pass and we’ll help you as much as we can with our email support, telephone support, live sessions and online support. We even have an exclusive student’s only online Transport Manager CPC group that nobody else can access which means you along with your fellow students can get together online chat, exchange tips, talk to us and get access to even more information!

I hope this blog has helped you to understand how the online interactive course works. We’ll produce more information of course but we wanted to give you a brief introduction and tell you all just how easy it is to use. Here are two members of our team Kelly and Daryl explaining in their own words how user friendly our course is....

So do you want to know more? Register your interest here http://eepurl.com/daCJM9 and follow us across social media Over the next 7 days before our launch day on the 1st December 2017 we’ll be producing videos and blogs talking about the benefits, what’s included and how you can get started on this brand new course.

All those who register their interest will be the first ones that are able to gain access to the course on launch day. So keep your eyes peeled for our email, it’ll be winging its way to you around 6:00AM GMT on 01/12/17.

We really can’t wait to have you with us over the next few days with our pre-launch information videos and we’re even more excited to have you enrolled as a student on our course.

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