JPMA has developed classes covering a wide-range of topics. Class topics range from general classes covering Ergonomics/VDT and Workplace Harassment to specific topic areas for public safety officers such as WMD/Hazmat and Terrorism.
Classes are available for first responders, EMA offices, security, corrections, basic policing, and other subject areas that are of interest to many individuals and agencies from a variety of industries.
JPMA’s classes are generally one hour in duration. Classes are learner-centered and users can move to various training sections, individual screens and exercises at their own discretion.
All classes are audio-based with instructional graphics supporting the training message. Learners are also able to view the text of the narrative with or without the accompanying audio. Classes are generally designed to operate at dial-up Internet speeds but the LMS and classes operate more smoothly at broadband speeds (cable, DSL). Some newer classes incorporate limited video streaming and may require high-speed Internet access.
Class completion is documented via an online quiz that is automatically scored and maintained in the training records database for use by the learner and administrating agency. Learners are also able to print paper documentation of class completions for personal or agency records.
These classes can serve as the foundation of your long-term online training effort.