One of the key components of delivering computer-mediated learning (CML) is the ability to support more time utilizing labs and allowing the apprentice to apply the theories to real world tasks and scenarios. As we add more support to each course for optional in-class participations, we wanted to share with you where (more…)
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The electrical training ALLIANCE will update the PTSI Online Learning System curriculum. This will occur between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Eastern on Friday, July 1. We have several exciting features being implemented and want to inform you in advance due to the potential impact on non-completed student progress. (more…)
The electrical training ALLIANCE is excited to launch the first of its kind lesson using virtual reality. (more…)
**IMPORTANT FRIENDLY REMINDER**
Upgrades Occurring This Weekend
The PTSI Online Learning System (OLS) and the Training Management System (TMS) will be undergoing system performance, security, and maintenance upgrades. Please avoid using the OLS and the TMS this weekend.
This next-generation course is designed to make print-reading skills more in line with current technologies. This new course replaces the existing Blueprint Reading for Electricians Textbook and its associated course. The electrical training ALLIANCE recommends that the online eBook reference be the primary source for students in place of the printed textbook. This online textbook is available on several platforms, including the web and Android and Apple apps. Each platform has its own requirements and compatibilities, but the web-based version is currently the most stable. The eBook enables students to have the best experience viewing large prints and detailed drawings. Although you can view large prints and detailed illustrations on a smaller device, more screen real estate is helpful in many cases. (more…)
Each week the support team handles tickets submitted to the LMS Help System. Upon reviewing the trends we found it interesting what comes up as consistent and common submissions and wanted to share.
The top issues are….
- Login Issues
- Preparing for Leadership quiz navigation questions
- Printable Study Guide questions
- Students or instructors submitting errata to the Support Team
On January 1, 2022, the electrical training ALLIANCE released the 2nd edition EVCS-17 course. Based on the 2017 NEC, this course includes an updated presentation style to allow more flexibility (more…)
We are happy to announce that on January 31, 2022, you will see a new edition of the Training Partner New Product Symposium course in the PTSI Online Learning System (OLS). As we continue to work with existing and new Training Partners to support our JATCs, it became necessary to update the course. We have cleaned up and updated the Training Partner pages to make it easier and more efficient to access the information you need. (more…)
Right now, it goes directly to the form to submit a ticket for support for all LMS users. Soon we will also have a knowledge base implemented to easily search for common help issues.
The LMS Support link remains on the bottom right-hand side of the LMS pages, as it has always been. The difference now is that it goes directly to submitting a ticket.
The user is required to enter their email address, training location, subject, and a brief description of the problem. There is other information the user can provide, such as their role, the type of support needed, operating system, the browser they are having issues with, etc.
These tickets are routed directly to our support staff. As we continue to improve the system support, we will keep you notified.
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