Online Courses

Deel A & B - Online component.

Voor de A en B cursus in Nederland en België, wordt de eerste dag van de opleiding afgewerkt door middel van E-learning. Je kunt dit deel afwerken vanaf het moment van registratie tot 1 week voor aanvang van de live cursusdagen. Zorg ervoor dat je jezelf voldoende tijd geeft om dit deel af te werken want je MOET slagen voor dit onderdeel om de rest van de cursusdagen te mogen volgen.

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What to Expect

  • These online components are mandatory pre-requisites to attend the live three-day courses.
  • Part A is comprised of five modules and Part B has four modules that are an interactive blend of visuals, audio and video.
  • Both courses have testing components designed to ensure that all participants have achieved the learning objectives before attending the live course and as a necessity for CEU approvals.
  • Average time to complete the online components is approximately seven (7) hours.

Deadlines

  1. Register in advance to allow plenty of time to complete the online component and take the test.
  2. The final test must be passed one week before the start date of the live course.  

Minimum system requirements

  • A web browser version released in the past three years with cookies enabled.
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF viewer.
  • Javascript pop-up windows allowed.

You can check if your current system has all the above by clicking here - please note, opens in a new window and will check the four necessary components. When you reach the Case Demo page successfully, please close that window and proceed to course registration.

If you are already registered for a course and have been given your log in details to complete the online component, you can access this here:

Part A online component log in
Part B online component log in

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Klaar om te starten

AFTER you receive Registration Confirmation from our admin office, you are ready to start:

  • Immediately select the "MATERIALS" tab when the online component Welcome Page loads and DOWNLOAD these important PDF files:
    Course Outline (Gives approximate running times for each module.)
    Course Manual Modules (The entire course manual will be provided to you at the live course.)
    Case Study (A quiz will be provided as the last activity before the final test.)
  • You will proceed sequentially through each slide and cannot skip ahead in the presentation. However, you can go back to previously completed slides or modules at any time. You will also have access to the A/B Online Components for 30 days after the last day of your live course attendance.
  • It may be best to do the modules one at a time and refer to the specific module in the course manual at that time, or read through the relevant module in the manual immediately before or following the presentation.
  • As you proceed through the online modules, write down any questions as they arise and bring them with you to give to your instructor at the start of the live course.
  • After each module, you will take a short quiz to help you focus on key points. These are not graded; however, you will be provided feedback on incorrect answers to allow you to immediately go back and review material.
  • At the conclusion of both the Part A and B online components, you must take a final test and receive a 75% grade to be allowed access into the respective live course.
  • It is considered open book testing. You will have downloaded from the Materials Tab the sections of the course manual covering these modules in your possession to assist you.
  • You will be directed to a screen and also receive an immediate email verification of your final test score to confirm the status of your admittance to the three-day live course.
  • When you pass the test, the screen will provide a link to a short online evaluation form. Please take time to complete it.
  • If you are not successful on the final test, you will be able to retake the test immediately and as many times as necessary to pass until the deadline of seven days before the live course start date.
  • We encourage you to review the modules as often as needed before the live course so you are ready to apply the concepts to clinical scenarios during the three day live course.
  • Only those who pass the test will be listed on the official registration sign-in list. Those not listed will not be allowed entry into the course. There will be no exceptions onsite.
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Handige tips

  • We recommend starting the course during weekdays when technical support is most readily available.
  • You do not have to complete all of the modules in one session.
  • The online course begins with a pre-test to consider your baseline understanding of McKenzie concepts and terms. This is not graded.
  • After each module, you will take a short quiz to help you focus on key points. These are not graded; however, you will be provided feedback on incorrect answers to allow you to immediately go back and review material.
  • After the Case Study and quiz, you must take a final overall test and receive a 75% grade to be allowed access into the live course.
  • It is considered open book testing. You will have in your possession the sections of the course manual that you downloaded from the Materials Tab to assist you.
  • As you proceed through the online modules, refer to the specific module in the course manual at that time, or read through the relevant module in the manual immediately before or after your work.
  • Write down any questions as they arise and bring them with you to give to your instructor at the start of the live course.
  • When you pass the final overall test, you will receive an immediate email verification of your final score to confirm the status of your admittance to the three-day live course. You will be directed to a new screen confirming this and also providing a link to a short online evaluation form. Please take the time to complete it.
  • If you are not successful on the final test, you will be able to retake the test immediately and as many times as necessary to pass until the deadline of seven days before the live course start date.
  • We encourage you to review the modules as often as needed before the live course so you are ready to apply the concepts to clinical scenarios during the three day live course.
  • Only those who pass the test will be listed on the official registration sign-in list. Those not listed will not be allowed entry into the course. There will be no exceptions onsite.
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