Although the NCDA Facilitating Career Development Curriculum is taught in an e-Learning format, it does require 1) a face-to-face component and 2) interaction with the instructor by phone or email - this training is very similar to other online learning and requires the same qualities, skills and equipment.
Online learning requires you to manage your time independently. Success in this training requires that you be self-directed, self-motivated, and self-confident. It requires that you have the appropriate equipment and computer abilities.
The assessment tool below will help provide you with the insight you need to determine whether taking the NCDA Facilitating Career Development Online/Hybrid Training Program is for you or if you would be better suited to the NCDA Training in a traditional classroom setting. It is important that you be honest with yourself. There are no right or wrong answers -- only different learners with different learning needs.
I own (or have regular access to):
If you have not checked all of the items above, you will need to have regular access to them or postpone your application for the Facilitating Career Development Online/Hybrid Training Program or consider a Facilitating Career Development Training Program in a traditional classroom setting. Please visit the Instructor Search Page of our website to locate a classroom instructor near you.
Check only those items below in which you are competent.
If you have not checked all of the items indicated above, please contact your local community college, adult education center, or Internet sites for additional training.
PERSONAL SKILLS AND LEARNING STYLE
I am a learner who
I understand that some of the challenges I may face include
If you are confident that you have the skills and resources necessary for this course, you are ready to become a successful NCDA Facilitating Career Development Online Learner.