CAI offers many courses and products in an online format. These include:
450+ webinars on various topics
You can review the public catalog of CAI's online products at http://cai.mycrowdwisdom.com/diweb/catalog.
You can register online for a course with a credit card, and have immediate access to the course by selecting it from the catalog of CAI's online products at http://cai.mycrowdwisdom.com/diweb/catalog. To register for a course see "Pay for an Online Course by Check" in the left navigation of this page.
To access your online course(s) and/or webinars:
The online courses typically contain: (1) audio to reinforce learning, (2) end-of-lesson quizzes and (3) numerous interactive activities. The online courses allow learners to take the final exam online and immediately find out whether or not they passed. The online courses also typically incorporate reading assignments and webinars; students are expected to complete these assignments and are tested on them.
CAI's online courses are rigorous and require the learner to review every slide before they can take the final exam.
Final exams for online courses are included in the course at the end. The M-100 exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions (the California exams is 50 questions), the 200-level course exams consist of 40-50 multiple-choice questions, M-300 is 10 multiple-choice and true-false questions, and the M-320 and M-350 are20 multiple-choice questions. Learners must receive a score of 70% to pass the course. If the learner does not achieve 70%, he or she will have one additional opportunity to retake the exam. Once the exam is passed, the learner will receive an electronic certificate of completion.
All of CAI’s online courses and webinars offer continuing education credit toward CAI credentials. CAI’s online programs may not be approved for credit toward your specific state license, where appropriate. Review a list of approved courses for DRE/CAM credit.
CAI's online courses include flash-based exercises and quizzes and therefore require an internet browser that supports this such as the latest version of Google Chrome. Our courses may not function properly in Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari. Our online courses also must be taken on a PC or laptop computer; at this time our courses are not compatible with mobile devises. Learn more about the technical requirements for taking a CAI online course or webinar.
If you have specific questions about online education, or you need more information, please feel free to contact Director of Education Jake Gold at firstname.lastname@example.org.