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Become a Partner College


Register More Students in a Wide Range of Courses

Partner with OnLine Training

If you are not already a partner with OLT, your school can become one. Start offering courses in the areas of Insurance Pre-licensing and Continued Education, Professional and Personal Development, Corporate Training and Basic Adult Education (GED) online using OLT's already prepared courses. Once you have an agreement with OLT, your school representative and an OLT webmaster work together to set up a website similar to this at the OLT site at no additional charge. The webpage we create for your school tracks your enrollments.  OLT provides course descriptions and material about the courses online at the OLT website.

To become a partner please contact OLT directly at (866) 357-0841 or email operations@olt.im.


Being a Reseller Recipient

A number of commercial resellers routinely approach OLT seeking to enroll their students in our courses.  When this occurs we  prefer to pass students to colleges when possible. While most commercial resellers enroll just a few to several students a month, some commercial resellers are enrolling over 500 students a year in OLT courses.  We have noted that some colleges are providing volume discounts to commercial clients. If you would be interested in establishing a “discount” relationship with commercial resellers in your area, please let us know.

To find out how you can leverage our reseller partnerships to add more students to your rolls by taking OLT courses, contact us for more information by clicking here.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT OLT's COURSES

With the increase in acceptance of online courses has come a swarm of course providers each positioning themselves in the market place for success.  These course providers typically sell through commercial resellers. Most simply offer a lower price product.  Most simply teach the test, or seek to make the course as appealing and easy to complete as possible.  OLT focuses our effort on making our online courses as effective as possible knowing that the pedagogy we use often means focusing students to work harder and learn better. Most, if not all of the competition generates a course, receives approval and begins offering the course but has a limited ability to keep their course up to date.  Here at OLT we follow a well published instructional design model that is iterative by design.  That is to say, student feedback and changes in state law or the industry can be reflected in literally daily and weekly changes to our courses. Each change is authored by a subject matter expert and is reviewed before being incorporated in the online course.

In the past we have published in peer reviewed forum on the topic of instructional design, factors associated with increased cognitive transfer of knowledge, adult motivation and learning applications, online students, marketing online courses, program management and most recently pass rates.

If you are interested in receiving and or discussing OLT’s research, please let us know.

OnLine Training offers Pre-Licensing, Exam Prep (which we call PassPrep), and Continuing Education courses. To see our full range of course offerings, go to our course catalog.OLT courses also boast higher scores in the courses compared to courses taken in a classroom or college setting.To download more information click here.

Increasingly we are being asked about pass rates.  Dr. Redding has been publishing on this topic for the past year.  The self-reported pass rate (student reported) for OLT courses is above 97%.  The instructional design indicates that online OLT students out perform classroom based students by more than a standard deviation.  The State of Florida reports an overall pass rate of about 42%.  The latest published provider pass rate has several OLT partner colleges with pass rates of 100%. Others have lower pass rates.  We note that OLT’s overall pass rate is 62% while Florida State College at Jacksonville has a published pass rate of 50% and Indian River College has a published pass rate of 30%.  If you would like to talk about pass rates, please let us  know.

To contact us for more information-
Email us: operations@olt.im
Mail us: OnLine Training, Inc.
2669 Forest Hill Blvd. STE. 207
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Call us: Phone Number: (561) 283-0333
FAX Number: (561) 357-4957

2669 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Toll free 866-357-0841
(Local 561-283-0333)

 

New CE Courses!

The following have been recently approved, more are coming! Click on the course number link to find out more.

Colorado:

INSCE027a Health Insurance CE
INSCE007a Flood Insurance Concepts
INSCE022a Property and Casualty - Commercial Lines

more Colorado courses here

Iowa:

INSCE004a Ethics in the Insurance Industry
INSCE009a Ethics and the Client
INSCE022a Flood Insurance Concepts
INSCE027a Health Insurance CE
INSCE008 Hurricanes and their Impact on Insurance
INSCE022a Property and Casualty - Commercial Lines

more Iowa courses here

North Carolina:

INSCE007a Flood Insurance Concepts
INSCE008 Hurricanes and their Impact on Insurance
INSCE004a Ethics in the Insurance Industry
INSCE022a Property and Casualty - Commercial Lines
INSCE027a Health Insurance CE

more North Carolina courses here

Oregon:

INSCE007a Flood Insurance Concepts
INSCE008 Hurricanes and their Impact on Insurance
INSCE022a Property and Casualty - Commercial Lines
INSCE027a Health Insurance CE

more Oregon courses here

Texas:

INSCE027a Health Insurance CE
INSCE007a Flood Insurance Concepts
INSCE008 Hurricanes and their Impact on Insurance
INSCE022a Property and Casualty - Commercial Lines

more Texas courses here

 


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Last updated on January 29, 2015 by Sarah Lynn Redding