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Online Class FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions & Student Feedback

FAQ Answers
 


Q:
 How do I register for class? 

A: Click on the Register Now button located under the class/classes you wish to take. Follow prompts to complete registration.
Please Note- There is a specific area to enter mailing address for materials. This is where you enter the preferred address to
receive your textbooks/materials.

 

Q: What is required by the Online Class?
A: The amount of work required of a Student and the learning goals are no different than a class attended in person.  Students
interact with each other and the teacher by email and threaded discussion groups.  One-on-one chat sessions with the
Teacher are available to the Student by request.  Students must have Internet access and an email account. 

 

Q: Is a demonstration course available? 
A: Yes. To review our Demo Course, Click Here


Q: What hours must I be in the classroom? 
A: Based on your schedule, You select the time to attend class.  Most courses require 4 or 5 hours per week of effort by a
Student.  You can expect to log into the online classroom early in the week when the weekly module is released and to
spend 45 – 60 minutes with the new material.  You will also log in 4 or 5 more times per week, for approximately 30
minutes each, to read and contribute to discussions.

 

Q: Do I have to be online for 3 hours at a time? 
A: No.  The correct way to take an online class is to  log into the course often for short period of time.  You will invest more
time early in the week, when the weekly lesson is released.  As the week progresses, log in often to monitor and contribute
to the discussion, case studies, and to complete problem solving exercises.

 

Q: How do I get to the online classroom?
A: When Registration is complete, via email, you will receive a Password and a link to the online classroom from
lisa@constructionclasses.com.  You will simply click on the provided link, and you will enter the classroom.


Q: Is an online class easier than a sit-in-a-classroom class?
A: No.  Their difficulty is similar.  You will learn as much and work as hard in our Online Class as you would in a classroom
setting.

  

 


 
Student FeedBack
 
 

This was one of the best online courses I've taken. I do not feel as though I would have had a better
experience in a classroom. Excellent job to the instructor.

(101 Introduction to Construction Estimating)

This is the one course that I will use daily at my job. Thanks for finally helping me understand how
to actually use the correct formulas to get the right results!!

(102 Essential Construction Math)

Great class and instructor. I am new to reading blueprints and this class exceeded the expectations I had
going into it. I wish I had a Bob (instructor) for my back pocket. . The pace and content were good for the
subject mater being covered. I liked how the material came out weekly versus at ones own pace
(time to digest, understand, review).
(103 Construction Blueprint Reading)

I liked professor Zimmerman and his way of teaching also his input into the discussions.
(105 Estimating and Bidding 1)

The homeworks are really helpful and the most realistic in my view. Give me the most knowledge
and practice.
 
(106 Estimating and Bidding 2)

The online lectures are in my opinion the greatest strength.
(107 Construction Materials and Processes)

What Students are Saying (200 Series)

Thank you David for all your instructions. Your wrapups after each Module gave me great insight. I believe
 this course has made me a better person in communication in all areas of my life.

(202 Oral and Written Communications)

(I) will use the things I learned on site
(203 Construction Problem Solving and Decision Making)

The instructor was great, not only at being involved, but being able to show a sense of humor from time
to time. I think that helps keep us involved in the discussions.
(205 Planning and Scheduling)

I think the instructor is very well organized and participates in each weekly wrap up.
(206 Cost Awareness and Production Control)

 

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