||How do I enrol in an online course?
Enrolling in an online course is easy. You can register directly online at www.purpletrain.com. Students can learn, attend classes, and interact with their online facilitators and fellow students via the Internet. You can view the list of programmes and course offerings at www.purpletrain.com.
You can also enrol at any of our PurpleTrain.com Authorised Service Centres around the world.
||How do I access my online course?
After you register for your online course, you will be given a personal login ID and password via email to access PurpleTrain's virtual learning environment.
||Can I take an online course using any Internet Service Providers(ISP)?
Of course! Online courses are designed to work with a variety of browsers and Internet Service Providers. The minimum browser requirement is at least a 4.0 version of either Netscape or Internet Explorer.
||What kind of software do I need to have?
Generally, students will need to have a minimum of Windows 95 operating system. Each course will have its own requirement.
||When can I access my online course materials?
The Internet is available 24 hours, 7 days a week, and so is your online course.
In some cases, individual modules will be made available only for a certain period of time. For example, Module 1 may be available starting the first week of class, but Module 8 would not be available until the 8th week of class. This allows students to move through the course together and to interact with each other. Our experience with online education has shown that interaction with other students and the facilitator is a key ingredient to a successful online learning experience.
||Do I need to be a computer expert to take an online class?
Absolutely not! Even a beginner can successfully complete an online course. Navigating through your online course is simple because each class has been designed for easy navigation and minimal typing. Although there is no need to be a computer expert to take an online course, it is beneficial to know the basics of word processing, email, and Internet navigation.