are the benefits of online learning?
- How do I enroll?
- Where can I find about
I need any extra books or supplies?
long will it take to complete my training?
I need any previous experience?
do classes start?
have been out of school for a long time. Will I have
are the types of interaction the instructors engage
of your courses are priced just right and others tend
to be a little more expensive. Why is that?
can I look to see if I can get some sort of financial
aid or loan for school?
is a Continuing Education Unit (CEU)?
- What is
your refund policy?
A significant benefit for many distance learning or
nontraditional education students is flexibility. Such
programs enable students to take classes or work on
a degree without sacrificing job or family commitments.
They also can benefit those who need timely training
or who would learn better without the rigid structure
of a traditional program.
Select the course or program that you
want and click on the Enroll or Purchase link.
We have the program set up to offer either open enroll
(start immediately) or fixed start and end dates. The
choice is yours.
See the individual program descriptions for instructor
It will all depend on what course or workshop you are
taking. See individual program descriptions for learning
supplies and system requirements. Many of the courses
available don't need anything extra to get started -
just a willingness to learn.
of the courses are instructor led, meaning that students
are engaged in a higher-level learning experience. Some
courses span five and six week periods of outcome-based learning
and student-to-professor interaction. With a certificate
program, such as Medical Transcription,
the time can last between 8 to 24 months depending on
your own individual pace. With many of the programs
you set your own pace...complete your training as quickly
or as slowly as you like.
Most courses are designed so even beginners with no
experience can get off to a fast start toward an exciting
new career. As long as you can read and write, and have
average intelligence, you should be able to complete
your training without any difficulty. However, some
programs will require that you have other prerequisites
to enroll. This prerequisite is noted in the individual
program descriptions where applicable. It's recommended
that you be familiar with personal computers before
enrolling in Web design programs,
search engine training, and other such courses.
now and start immediately! Because you're in a "class
of one" - class is in session whenever you're
ready to learn.
You shouldn't. JER training is unlike
attending classes at other schools. You proceed at your
own, individual pace, learning at the most comfortable
speed. Lessons are easy to understand, and contain plenty
of pictures and diagrams to illustrate important points.
Instructors use e-mail, chatrooms and forums for their
discussions. Platforms for delivery include Blackboard
and other Web-based instructional
We recognize that students need to have interaction
with a live instructor, someone they can talk to and
interact with. Not all online programs offer
that type of option and thus they can charge very little
for their courses. We hire faculty from colleges and universities
to teach many of our
Back to College® has a collection of resources that should be helpful.
Plus, don't forget to check with your employer (if you
work) as tuition costs for these programs are often
The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) represents
continued learning and is a nationally recognized unit
of measurement for noncredit continuing education. CEUs
are not transferable college credits. One CEU is defined
as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized
continuing education program taken under responsible
sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction.
Eighty percent attendance of total instructional hours
and satisfactory course progress is required for a CEU
JER Online is a customer service driven company providing
a high-level of online instruction. However, sometimes
problems and issues can affect enrollments. We have posted
our refund policy in order to help the consumer make informed
choices prior to purchase. In order to receive consideration
for a refund you must call the JER Group at 706-216-3406
to request a drop from a class. This must occur within
24 hours of enrolling. (In advance of your enrollment make
sure that you have carefully reviewed the course description
and that you have scheduled the appropriate
time to take the course.)
issues such as server problems that delay
a course from starting or interrupting a course already
in progress do not qualify for a refund. A change
of plans would not qualify for a refund. Your
inability to download software or install it or run it
on your computer does not qualify for a refund (however,
we will try our best to help put you in contact with technical
support personnel to aid in ssues of this type). Medical
concerns and other unexpected problems (while understood)
cannot qualify for refund consideration. However if circumstances warrant we can
adjust your course so you may delay the start date. Any customer service
issues regarding the prompt receipt of materials or other communication necessary for you
to engage in your course of study should first be directed
to your instructor and then to the JER Group if you continue to experience problems that need our attention and help.
are given for the Medical Transcription, Billing, Coding or Pharmacy Technician course materials. Books, software, CD's and other proprietary instructional media issued
to a student are non-refundable.
Have another question, or want information regarding a specific course? Contact us here.
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