ASCS Online Training
Welcome to NADCA’s ASCS Online course! This feature is a fantastic benefit to members and potential members in search of convenient training and preparation for the ASCS Examination. In the past, ASCS training was only available several times a year as an 8-hour in-person course, or Webinar. The ASCS Online course enables this training to be accessible online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When payment is submitted, users may access the ASCS Online training and may complete it at an individualized pace. Users will have the ability to log-out of the training course and return to it again at a later time. This online format enabled NADCA to reduce the course time down to three hours (assuming the course runs uninterrupted).
The ASCS Online program will save time and money for business owners and their employees, as users have the ability to take the ASCS course, in whole or in parts, at any time, from home or office.
The cost of the ASCS Online course is $395 for members and pending applicants.
The cost of the ASCS Online course is $595 for non-members.
This registration fee entitles a user to access the course for a total of five hours. The extra time allows users to take the course, and then review (if desired) before taking the ASCS examination. Registrants also receive an electronic copy of the slide presentation used for the ASCS Course in pdf format, and the NADCA Safety Manual, as well as the other materials that comprise the ASCS Study Materials.
To Register for ASCS Online Training Course click on this registration form.
LearningSpan uses Adobe Flash technology to deliver interactive courses with streaming video technology. The majority of Internet users already have the Adobe Flash Player enabled in their web-browser. If you do need the Adobe Flash Player it is an easy install and can be obtained here. Courses launch as Pop-ups, so please be sure to turn all of your Pop-up blockers off before playing a course. Pop-up blockers can be in both your web browser and task bars from Google and Yahoo. Once logged in you may click on the Help tab for further information about the Flash Player and where to find your Pop-up blockers.