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While LabSim software is quite intuitive, taking this brief training course will cut the time you spend learning and reviewing as you go. Start off right by learning the Basic Skills needed to navigate LabSim as an instructor, then move on to the Intermediate and Advanced Skills that will give you the tools to utilize more of LabSim’s resources in your teaching role. As you learn, we know you will start to see the increased value LabSim has to offer beyond lab simulations for your students. Invest in a little training time now so that you can more quickly focus on what matters most, your students!
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Upon completion you will receive a certificate of completion and earn 2 hours towards CE credits.
It takes a certain kind of individual to forge a successful career teaching IT to teenagers. In addition to being knowledgeable, they need to be firm, tough, demanding, able to handle setbacks, and — above all else — dedicated to their students.