Training Introduction

In this module, you will explore the following features of the training modules:

  1. Navigation
  2. Menu
  3. Hover text
  4. Quiz questions
  5. Submitting certification
  6. Quiz questions

Click on the » arrow at the bottom of this page to advance to the next slide.


There are many ways to navigate through a training module.

  1. Clicking on the « arrow at the bottom of the screen will bring you to the previous slide
  2. Clicking on the » arrow at the bottom of the screen will bring you to the next slide
  3. Clicking on the drop-down menu found on the lower right side of the screen will allow you to select an individual slide to navigate to
  4. Hovering the mouse over the 'Contents' button on the top-left side of the screen will allow you to access each section of a module

Note: The number in-between the green arrows represents the slide you are viewing / the total number of slides in the module.


Above you will find the training menu, here you can access several options and resources associated with each training module.

Hover Text

In many modules you will encounter hover definitions. These are presented as green text which will display a definition when you hover the mouse over it.

For example; try hovering your mouse over this text

This is an example of a hover definition triggered by hovering the mouse over the above text!


Quiz Questions

In many training modules you will encounter quiz questions. The following quiz question types are currently in use:

Quiz Questions - Radio Buttons

Below is an example of a Quiz Question using a Radio Button. These questions have only one correct answer.

In this example feedback is given instantly upon selecting a choice. However, this is not always the case and is often disabled in many modules to ensure users are giving thought to the choices being made.

1 + 1 = ?

You are Incorrect.
You are Correct.

Quiz Questions - Check Boxes

Which of these numbers are Prime Numbers

A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself.

Correct. 3 is a Prime Number since 3 can only be divided by 1 and 3.
Incorrect. Since 4 can be divided evenly by 1, 2, and 4 it is not a Prime Number.
Correct. 11 is a Prime Number since 11 can only be divided evenly by 1 and 11.
Incorrect. Since 10 can be divided evenly by 1, 2, 5, and 10 it is not a Prime Number.
You have selected all of the correct choices.

Submitting Certification

When you have answered all of the quiz questions correctly you will be able to proceed to the certification page.

If you did not answer any questions or have selected any incorrect answers you will be prompted to correct them when clicking the certification link.

Try clicking the link below to see if you have passed this module. Note: This link will not send you to the certification page but rather will display a message informing you if you have passed or need to make corrections. Other modules will open a formal certification page upon successful completion.

Click here to Complete this Module!