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1. Speed Reading : Learn Speed Reading Techniques And Practices

The Speed Reading Course provides instruction in speed reading techniques, with a full range of approaches to improving reading speed and increasing comprehension.

The result of learning these techniques is that students will be able to gain extra focus and control, which will aid in academia, professional life, business, and personal development.

Each module of the course is set up to align students with clearly set, real-world goals, achieved by working through and regularly practising techniques. These start early on in the course and continue through, enabling constant practice. To ensure students gain understanding and get results, the course includes worksheets and practice exercises, and key concepts are illustrated with examples throughout.

An introduction to speed reading, providing definitions and stating its significance in various aspects of life, as well as giving a brief history of the subject, with information on its advocates, researchers, and place in contemporary life.

Additionally, you will learn advantages gained by learning speed reading and applications for these skills. We will look at the trade-off between speed and comprehension, and how to decide which is the most important at which times.

The learning curve of the Speed Reading Course will be different for each individual. Looking at key factors influencing the learning curve of this course, but that no matter the initial starting level, with a reasonable amount of time designated and consistent effort, almost anyone can become a speed reader. We help you understand your own goals for the course.

You will understand the sequential progression providing the blueprint for cultivating a full understanding of speed reading. Students will learn how to preview texts for a quick overview of the main points. The importance of pre-viewing texts and how to get the maximum value from this skill before reading the entire text.

Students will learn through timing their reading, with and without using the techniques learned, and checking gains in speed, whilst retaining comprehension. Also, highlighted is how to adapt to various texts, knowing when to slow down to gain comprehension with complex texts or speed up to get through other texts quicker.

‘Skimming’ is explained, it includes how to use annotation to make it quicker to skim text again and using repetition to make gains. The course takes this concept further, teaching how to improve comprehension further, and culminates in 3 practice passages, to work through, using the methods taught.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speed Reading Course is something everyone who reads, for study, work, or pleasure, can benefit from. With commitment to the course, you will learn an invaluable skill that can help in many aspects of life, especially in aiding your ability to learn other subjects in a timely manner.

2. Speech Therapy : Learn Practices That Assists People With Speech And Language Disorders

Speech Therapy is a practice that assists people with speech and language disorders or who have trouble swallowing. This course takes you through the role of a speech therapist, the anatomical structures and physiological functions of speech and hearing, phonetics, language development and speech disorders, the structure of language, and career paths in this field.

The Speech Therapy Course introduces the subject by outlining the basics. It provides an overview of speech disorders and the therapeutic practices used to treat them. You’ll learn about the role of a speech therapist and the conditions and areas of communication that they focus on. You will be provided with in-depth listing of pathological terms that are used amongst speech and language professionals.

To understand speech you need a good level of knowledge about the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the speech organs. This course will talk you through these and the respiratory, laryngeal, and articulatory systems, which all have a bearing on speech.

Similarly, you will learn about audiology. The course talks you through the structures and functions belonging to the auditory system and explains the physiology of hearing. There are numerous tests and screening protocols in the UK used to screen and assess children with suspected hearing disorders. You will learn about these and the signs that could indicate hearing loss, which would require an audiology assessment referral.

How we develop speech and the different stages we go through to learn and process language is a fascinating topic. You will discover the various stages that exist within linguistic advancement in monolingual and bilingual children.

Equally as interesting is Phonetics (the study of human speech sounds). The Speech Therapy Course breaks the topic down into its three branches and explains each fully:

  • Articulatory Phonetics: The study of the way in which speech sounds are produced
  • Acoustic Phonetics: Analyses the physical properties of speech
  • Auditory Phonetics: Illustrates the ways in which sound is perceived

Speech Perception, which deals with one’s comprehension of what is being said, is also covered.

The course considers the structure of language, described through morphology, syntax and semantics. In addition to looking at each of these areas you’ll see how children apply the rules that determine speech and language, the common errors they may make and the errors that are symptomatic of speech and communication disorders.

The Speech Therapy Course provides a deep exploration into various conditions that can affect the development of speech and language and how this manifests itself in each case. The conditions covered include neurological disorders, brain injury, drug abuse, intellectual disabilities, vocal abuse, autism and apraxia, plus physical impairments. The course also explains how the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) uses pictorials as a form of treatment of autistic children experiencing speech impairment issues.

For those considering a career as a speech therapist, the course provides information on, and examples of, the various positions and working environments that speech and language therapists may practice in. In each example, duties and responsibilities that occur within these departments are described.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speech Therapy Course offers valuable insight into the practice of speech therapy, providing those who wish to work within the field with a starting point to their career. It provides a greater understanding of what is involved and the further education options available.

The course is a comprehensive resource to parents whose children are working with a speech therapist, and also educators and carers who wish to be able to recognise and understand speech and hearing disorders.

3. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT : 

Understand Your Feelings And Thoughts Through CBT

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that is commonly used to help people understand the thoughts and feelings that influence their behaviours. CBT is commonly used to treat a wide range of disorders, including depression, addictions, anxiety and phobias.

The underlying concept behind CBT is that our thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in our behaviour. For example, a person who spends a lot of time thinking about plane crashes, runway accidents and other air disasters may find themselves avoiding air travel. The goal of cognitive behaviour therapy is to teach patients that while they cannot control every aspect of the world around them, they can take control of how they interpret and deal with things in their environment.

Who would benefit from this course?

Cognitive and behavioural psychotherapies are a range of therapies based on concepts and principles derived from psychological models of human emotion and behaviour.

They include a wide range of treatment approaches for emotional disorders, along a continuum from structured individual psychotherapy to self-help material.

This course is ideal for those that are either complete beginners to the field of CBT and are considering making a career change to become a CBT Therapist, with the aim of getting an insight and understanding of CBT, or existing CBT Therapists, teachers, coaches or parents looking to reinforce their knowledge or to pick up some new skills. This course is also ideal if you are interested in a career in CBT, though are unsure if you want to commit yourself financially and time wise to a full CBT qualification.

4. Educational Psychology: Create And Deliver Effective Lessons 

The Educational Psychology Course explains the ways in which students learn and develop, whilst providing discussions and practical examples of how this information can be incorporated into teaching frameworks and used to plan, create and deliver effective lessons.

Students will have an improved understanding of human behaviour and mental processes within an educational context.

The course covers the following aspects of educational psychology: history, learning theories, student development theories, motivation, and some classroom management skills.

We look at the history of the subject, including where thinking is now, topics and specialisms within this area, and the importance of Educational Psychology. The process of learning can be physical, social, or emotional as well as cognitive, the results of which are a permanent change in behaviour, skills, knowledge, or attitude. We will explain various theories and guide you through well-practiced processes.

Students will learn about childhood growth and developmental experiences in relation to the teaching process. Providing an overview of the stages of development, we then look at each stage individually, before moving on to some specific areas of development.

We look at the differences in motivation and how to tune into student’s choices, desires, and attitudes, to aid their motivation. The module discusses 7 major theories about motives and their sources, these are:

  1. Motives as behaviour change
  2. Motives as goals
  3. Motives as interests
  4. Motives as attributions about success
  5. Motives as beliefs about self-efficacy
  6. Motives as self-determination
  7. Expectancy-value theory

We illustrate the ways students can be different, and how these differences are reflected in how they learn. We cover topics such as: the way in which individuals prefer to learn, different intelligence types, gifted students, cultural expectations, and gender differences.

Looking at special educational needs. We include how to recognise the signs of certain conditions and how to adapt learning to fit those with additional needs, be they physical, intellectual, sensory, learning or behavioural, so that they may still reach their full potential.

The course discusses the three somewhat complex forms of thinking that are commonly pursued in classroom learning: critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem-solving. The course then goes on to explain how these are stimulated, using two types of instruction: Teacher-Directed and Student-Centred.

Who would benefit from the course?

Using the theories and practical examples explained in the Educational Psychology Certificate Course, educators will better understand the psychological processes of learning and development. Using the knowledge provided in the course, they will be able to create improved lesson plans that will encourage and aid their students’ learning and improve their own ability to fulfil their roles.

5. Psychoanalysis: Learn The Common Elements Of Psychotherapy

Discover how psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and continues to evolve with those who have come after him. You’ll learn about the studies undertaken to prove its effectiveness, how it is used to help clients, and the qualities and training needed to become a professional Psychoanalyst.

From the course, you will first learn about psychotherapy and the differences between this and similar practices. You’ll explore the common elements of psychotherapy and the various ways it can help clients in either one-to-one, couples or group therapy settings and how the clients themselves can get the most from their sessions. You will also learn what the most common forms of psychotherapy are and the differences between their approaches.

The course focusses on psychoanalysis – a method of psychotherapy that places significant emphasis on the contents of the unconscious mind. You will discover what psychoanalysis is and how the practice is used to help clients solve their psychological and emotional problems.

As the founding father of psychoanalysis, it is important to understand the work of Sigmund Freud. From the Psychoanalysis Certificate Course, you learn about his life, beliefs, popular and lesser-known theories, and the legacy he has left in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.

The course explains Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development and the five stages of life that everyone goes through, from birth to becoming a young adult, and how others are opposed to this idea. You’ll also learn about Attachment Theory and how this affects child and adult relationships.

Although psychoanalysis may have begun with Sigmund Freud, it certainly didn’t end with him. This course looks at the people who came after him and the ways in which they have added to his theories on personality and development with their own concepts.

As with most types of therapy and counselling, psychoanalysis has its fair share of naysayers. The course takes a candid view of modern criticisms and to what extent these points may be considered valid, as well as offering counter arguments. You will also learn about the importance of self-reflection within the role of a Psychoanalyst.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

Those interested in the work of Sigmund Freud and the subject of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy will enjoy this course. Along with supplying a good understanding of this therapy, the course also teaches you about the skills and training you will need to pursue a career as a Psychoanalyst.

Studying this course can also help you to understand people better, by enhancing your insight into human nature, which is a skill that can be applied to most professions. The knowledge within would be especially useful to those working in counselling and therapy roles.

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The Speed Reading Online 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Speed Reading Online Course

Module 1: What is Speed reading?

  • Part 1: Speed Reading and Its Relevance
  • Part 2: Understanding Speed Reading by Looking at a Case Study
  • Part 3: Advantages of Speed Reading
  • Part 4: Application of Speed Reading
  • Part 5: Trade-offs in Speed Reading
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Becoming A Speed Reader

  • Part 1: Who Can Become a Speed Reader?
  • Part 2: Factors That Determine the Learning Time
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: How to Begin?

  • Part 1: The Steps for Teaching Speed Reading
  • Part 2: Identify Your Goals
  • Part 3: Diversity of Approaches to Reading
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Step One: Prepare

  • Part 1: Organising The Reading Material
  • Part 2: Tools for Speed Reading
  • Part 3: The Correct Mindset
  • Part 4: Removing Distractions
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Step Two: Preview

  • Part 1: How to Preview
  • Part 2: Two Practice Examples
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Step Three: Read

  • Part 1: The First Read
  • Part 2: Timing the Process
  • Part 3: Repeat Until the Goal is Reached
  • Part 4: Identifying the Nature of the Text
  • Part 5: Keep Focus While Reading
  • Part 6: Annotations
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Step Four: Skimming

  • Part 1: Skim Annotations
  • Part 2: Practice Example
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Drills

  • Part 1: Five Practice Passages
  • Part 2: Exercise 2. Surrealism as a Cultural Movement:
  • Part 3: Exercise 3. History of the Printing Press:
  • Part 4: Exercise 4. Software Development Methods:
  • Part 5: Exercise 5. Existentialist Philosophers:
  • Part 6: Comprehension Questions:
  • Part 7: Summary

Module 9: Course Overview

  • Part 1: What we have learnt about Speed Reading?

  • Part 2: Expert Advice
  • Part 3: Next Steps
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Speech Therapy Online Course

Module 1 – The Field of Speech Therapy

  • Part 1: The Role of a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Overview on Treatment Approaches
  • Part 3: Speech-Language Pathology Terms
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Speech Anatomy

  • Part 1: Three Divisions of Speech
  • Part 2: Respiratory System
  • Part 3: The Laryngeal System
  • Part 4: The Articulatory System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Language Development

  • Part 1: The Stages of Language Learning
  • Part 2: Bilingual Children Learning Language
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Clinical Phonetics

  • Part 1: The Field of Phonetics
  • Part 2: Acoustic Phonetics
  • Part 3: Auditory Phonetics
  • Part 4: A Detailed Look at Speech Perception
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Language Structure

  • Part 1: Morphology: The Formation of Words
  • Part 2: Syntax: The Rules of Sentence Structure
  • Part 3: Semantics Language Skills
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Hearing Science and Acoustics

  • Part 1: The Auditory System
  • Part 2: The Physiology of Hearing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Speech and Language Disorders

  • Part 1: Disabilities and Speech Disorders
  • Part 2: Hearing Loss and Speech Impairment
  • Part 3: Neurological Disorders
  • Part 4: Drug Abuse
  • Part 5: Physical Impairments: Cleft or Lip Palate
  • Part 6: Vocal Abuse or Misuse
  • Part 7: Autism and Apraxia
  • Part 8: The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Paediatric Audiology

  • Part 1: Hearing Tests and Screening for Young Children
  • Part 2: Current Screening Protocols in the UK
  • Part 3: Subjective Hearing Tests
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Career Advice

  • Part 1: Working as a Speech Therapist

  • Part 2: Speech Therapy or Audiology?
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Online Course

Module 1: What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

  • Part 1: Video – Introduction to CBT
  • Part 2: Introduction
  • Part 3: History of Behavioural Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Human Emotions

  • Part 1: Introduction and Theories
  • Part 2: Biological Component of Emotion
  • Part 3: Expression of Emotion
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Levels of Change

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Motivation to Change
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Counselling Skills I

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Basic Counselling Skills
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Counselling Skills II

  • Part 1: Video – Client Considerations
  • Part 2: Counselling Process
  • Part 3: Identifying and setting goals
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Counselling Skills III

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Ethical Codes
  • Part 3: Burnout
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Counselling Approaches

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Psychotherapy
  • Part 3: Humanism
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to CBT Principles

  • Part 1: Characteristics of CBT
  • Part 2: Irrational Belief Patterns
  • Part 3: The ABC Model
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Planning a CBT Session

  • Part 1: Video – Client Consultation
  • Part 2: Session Structure
  • Part 3: Homework
  • Part 4: Video – End of the Session
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Basic Cognitive Behaviour Techniques

  • Part 1: Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 2: Altering Cognitive Distortions
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: CBT Techniques Continued

  • Part 1: Thought Stopping
  • Part 2: Challenging Core Beliefs
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: CBT Applications: Depression

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Immobilisation
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: CBT Applications: Anxiety

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Relaxation
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: CBT Applications: Phobias

  • Part 1: Phobias
  • Part 2: Systematic Desensitisation
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: CBT Applications: Insomnia

  • Part 1: Insomnia
  • Part 2: Sleep Diary
  • Part 3: Sleep Restriction Method
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: CBT Applications: Anger Management

  • Part 1: Anger Management
  • Part 2: Anger Control
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: CBT Variation I

  • Part 1: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 2: Skills training
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: CBT Variation II

  • Part 1: CBT Variation II
  • Part 2: Steps in SFBT
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Case Study I

  • Case Study I

Module 20: Case Study II

  • Case Study II

Module 21: Course Assessment

  • Final Course Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Educational Psychology Online Course

Module 1: What Is Educational Psychology?

  • Part 1: What Is Educational Psychology?
  • Part 2: Present Status and Concerns
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Learning Process

  • Part 1: The Learning Process
  • Part 2: Major Theories and Models of Learning
  • Part 3: Three key ideas about respondent conditioning
  • Part 4: Cognitivism
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Student Development

  • Part 1: Why Development Matters
  • Part 2: Cognitive Development: The Theory of Jean Piaget
  • Part 3: Erik Erikson: Eight Psychosocial Crises of Development
  • Part 4: Moral Development: Forming a Sense of Rights and Responsibilities
  • Part 5: Gilligan’s Morality of Care
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Student Motivation

  • Part 1: Motives as Behaviour
  • Part 2: Motives as Goals
  • Part 3: Motives as Interests
  • Part 4: Motivation as Self-Efficacy
  • Part 5: Motivation as Self-Determination
  • Part 6: Expectancy X Value: Effects on Students’ Motivation
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Student Diversity

  • Part 1: Individual Styles of Learning and Thinking
  • Part 2: Gifted and Talented Students
  • Part 3: Gender Differences in the Classroom
  • Part 4: Differences in Cultural Expectations and Styles
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Students with Special Educational Needs

  • Part 1: Categories of Disabilities and Their Ambiguities
  • Part 2: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Part 3: Intellectual Disabilities
  • Part 4: Behavioural Disorders
  • Part 5: Physical Disabilities and Sensory Impairments
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Classroom Management and the Learning Environment

  • Part 1: Why Classroom Management Matters
  • Part 2: Preventing Management Problems by Focusing Students on Learning
  • Part 3: Establishing Daily Procedures and Routines
  • Part 4: Communicating the Importance of Learning and of Positive Behaviour
  • Part 5: Responding to Student Misbehaviour
  • Part 6: Conflict Resolution and Problem Solving
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Facilitating Complex Thinking

  • Part 1: Forms of Thinking Associated With Classroom Learning
  • Part 2: Problem Solving
  • Part 3: Broad Instructional Strategies That Stimulate Complex Thinking
  • Part 4: Mastery Learning
  • Part 5: Student-Centred Models of Learning
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Psychoanalysis Online Course

Module 1: What Is Psychotherapy?

  • Part 1: Psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Common elements in psychotherapy
  • Part 3: How exactly does psychotherapy work?
  • Part 4: What qualities will help a client get the most from their therapy?
  • Part 5: What are the most common forms of psychotherapy practised today?
  • Part 6: What happens when psychotherapy goes “wrong”?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: What Is Psychoanalysis?

  • Part 1: The key assumptions behind psychoanalysis
  • Part 2: Example of psychoanalysis in action: Eric
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sigmund Freud

  • Part 1: Sigmund Freud
  • Part 2: How Freud used hypnosis
  • Part 3: Freud and dream analysis
  • Part 4: Freud’s seduction theory
  • Part 5: Freud’s followers
  • Part 6: The rise of Nazism and Freud’s escape
  • Part 7: Freud’s less well-known theories
  • Part 8: Freud’s legacy
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Psychoanalysis and Childhood Development

  • Part 1: Freud’s theory of psychosexual development
  • Part 2: What happens if someone becomes stuck at a particular stage?
  • Part 3: Attachment Theory – a key development
  • Part 4: Building on attachment theory – Mary Ainsworth
  • Part 5: The attachment styles in adult relationships
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychoanalysis After Freud

  • Part 1: Carl Jung
  • Part 2: The 12 archetypes
  • Part 3: The soul types
  • Part 4: The self types
  • Part 5: Jung’s views on personality
  • Part 6: Anna Freud – How she continued her father’s legacy
  • Part 7: Melanie Klein
  • Part 8: Donald Winnicott
  • Part 9: Alfred Adler and Karen Horney
  • Part 10: Erik Erikson
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How Is Psychoanalysis Perceived Today?

  • Part 1: General criticisms of psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Counter Arguments
  • Part 3: Modern criticisms of psychoanalysis
  • Part 4: The role of modern psychiatry
  • Part 5: The rise of brief therapies as a replacement for psychoanalysis
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What Is the Evidence That Psychoanalysis Works?

  • Part 1: What does it mean when we say that a therapy “works”?
  • Part 2: Common tests used in research studies
  • Part 3: Qualitative methods
  • Part 4: The paradigm debate – why mixed methods research has a controversial history
  • Part 5: So can psychologists and psychotherapists really check whether a therapy has had a beneficial effect?
  • Part 6: The importance of the therapeutic alliance
  • Part 7: What should we conclude?
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Psychoanalysis In The Treatment Of Anxiety And Depression

  • Part 1: What does psychoanalytic theory say about anxiety?
  • Part 2: Defence mechanisms and anxiety
  • Part 3: Are some defence mechanisms better or healthier than others?
  • Part 4: A psychoanalytic perspective on depression
  • Part 5: Other psychoanalytic perspectives
  • Part 6: Coyne’s Interpersonal Theory of Depression
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Training To Be A Psychoanalyst

  • Part 1: Training

  • Part 2: What practical skills do trainees learn?
  • Part 3: Career options after training
  • Part 4: Training in other therapies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Speed Reading, Speech Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT, Educational Psychology, and Psychoanalysis in this Bundle

1. Speed Reading : Learn Speed Reading Techniques And Practices

The Speed Reading Course provides instruction in speed reading techniques, with a full range of approaches to improving reading speed and increasing comprehension.

The result of learning these techniques is that students will be able to gain extra focus and control, which will aid in academia, professional life, business, and personal development.

Each module of the course is set up to align students with clearly set, real-world goals, achieved by working through and regularly practising techniques. These start early on in the course and continue through, enabling constant practice. To ensure students gain understanding and get results, the course includes worksheets and practice exercises, and key concepts are illustrated with examples throughout.

An introduction to speed reading, providing definitions and stating its significance in various aspects of life, as well as giving a brief history of the subject, with information on its advocates, researchers, and place in contemporary life.

Additionally, you will learn advantages gained by learning speed reading and applications for these skills. We will look at the trade-off between speed and comprehension, and how to decide which is the most important at which times.

The learning curve of the Speed Reading Course will be different for each individual. Looking at key factors influencing the learning curve of this course, but that no matter the initial starting level, with a reasonable amount of time designated and consistent effort, almost anyone can become a speed reader. We help you understand your own goals for the course.

You will understand the sequential progression providing the blueprint for cultivating a full understanding of speed reading. Students will learn how to preview texts for a quick overview of the main points. The importance of pre-viewing texts and how to get the maximum value from this skill before reading the entire text.

Students will learn through timing their reading, with and without using the techniques learned, and checking gains in speed, whilst retaining comprehension. Also, highlighted is how to adapt to various texts, knowing when to slow down to gain comprehension with complex texts or speed up to get through other texts quicker.

‘Skimming’ is explained, it includes how to use annotation to make it quicker to skim text again and using repetition to make gains. The course takes this concept further, teaching how to improve comprehension further, and culminates in 3 practice passages, to work through, using the methods taught.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speed Reading Course is something everyone who reads, for study, work, or pleasure, can benefit from. With commitment to the course, you will learn an invaluable skill that can help in many aspects of life, especially in aiding your ability to learn other subjects in a timely manner.

2. Speech Therapy : Learn Practices That Assists People With Speech And Language Disorders

Speech Therapy is a practice that assists people with speech and language disorders or who have trouble swallowing. This course takes you through the role of a speech therapist, the anatomical structures and physiological functions of speech and hearing, phonetics, language development and speech disorders, the structure of language, and career paths in this field.

The Speech Therapy Course introduces the subject by outlining the basics. It provides an overview of speech disorders and the therapeutic practices used to treat them. You’ll learn about the role of a speech therapist and the conditions and areas of communication that they focus on. You will be provided with in-depth listing of pathological terms that are used amongst speech and language professionals.

To understand speech you need a good level of knowledge about the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the speech organs. This course will talk you through these and the respiratory, laryngeal, and articulatory systems, which all have a bearing on speech.

Similarly, you will learn about audiology. The course talks you through the structures and functions belonging to the auditory system and explains the physiology of hearing. There are numerous tests and screening protocols in the UK used to screen and assess children with suspected hearing disorders. You will learn about these and the signs that could indicate hearing loss, which would require an audiology assessment referral.

How we develop speech and the different stages we go through to learn and process language is a fascinating topic. You will discover the various stages that exist within linguistic advancement in monolingual and bilingual children.

Equally as interesting is Phonetics (the study of human speech sounds). The Speech Therapy Course breaks the topic down into its three branches and explains each fully:

  • Articulatory Phonetics: The study of the way in which speech sounds are produced
  • Acoustic Phonetics: Analyses the physical properties of speech
  • Auditory Phonetics: Illustrates the ways in which sound is perceived

Speech Perception, which deals with one’s comprehension of what is being said, is also covered.

The course considers the structure of language, described through morphology, syntax and semantics. In addition to looking at each of these areas you’ll see how children apply the rules that determine speech and language, the common errors they may make and the errors that are symptomatic of speech and communication disorders.

The Speech Therapy Course provides a deep exploration into various conditions that can affect the development of speech and language and how this manifests itself in each case. The conditions covered include neurological disorders, brain injury, drug abuse, intellectual disabilities, vocal abuse, autism and apraxia, plus physical impairments. The course also explains how the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) uses pictorials as a form of treatment of autistic children experiencing speech impairment issues.

For those considering a career as a speech therapist, the course provides information on, and examples of, the various positions and working environments that speech and language therapists may practice in. In each example, duties and responsibilities that occur within these departments are described.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speech Therapy Course offers valuable insight into the practice of speech therapy, providing those who wish to work within the field with a starting point to their career. It provides a greater understanding of what is involved and the further education options available.

The course is a comprehensive resource to parents whose children are working with a speech therapist, and also educators and carers who wish to be able to recognise and understand speech and hearing disorders.

3. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT : 

Understand Your Feelings And Thoughts Through CBT

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that is commonly used to help people understand the thoughts and feelings that influence their behaviours. CBT is commonly used to treat a wide range of disorders, including depression, addictions, anxiety and phobias.

The underlying concept behind CBT is that our thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in our behaviour. For example, a person who spends a lot of time thinking about plane crashes, runway accidents and other air disasters may find themselves avoiding air travel. The goal of cognitive behaviour therapy is to teach patients that while they cannot control every aspect of the world around them, they can take control of how they interpret and deal with things in their environment.

Who would benefit from this course?

Cognitive and behavioural psychotherapies are a range of therapies based on concepts and principles derived from psychological models of human emotion and behaviour.

They include a wide range of treatment approaches for emotional disorders, along a continuum from structured individual psychotherapy to self-help material.

This course is ideal for those that are either complete beginners to the field of CBT and are considering making a career change to become a CBT Therapist, with the aim of getting an insight and understanding of CBT, or existing CBT Therapists, teachers, coaches or parents looking to reinforce their knowledge or to pick up some new skills. This course is also ideal if you are interested in a career in CBT, though are unsure if you want to commit yourself financially and time wise to a full CBT qualification.

4. Educational Psychology: Create And Deliver Effective Lessons 

The Educational Psychology Course explains the ways in which students learn and develop, whilst providing discussions and practical examples of how this information can be incorporated into teaching frameworks and used to plan, create and deliver effective lessons.

Students will have an improved understanding of human behaviour and mental processes within an educational context.

The course covers the following aspects of educational psychology: history, learning theories, student development theories, motivation, and some classroom management skills.

We look at the history of the subject, including where thinking is now, topics and specialisms within this area, and the importance of Educational Psychology. The process of learning can be physical, social, or emotional as well as cognitive, the results of which are a permanent change in behaviour, skills, knowledge, or attitude. We will explain various theories and guide you through well-practiced processes.

Students will learn about childhood growth and developmental experiences in relation to the teaching process. Providing an overview of the stages of development, we then look at each stage individually, before moving on to some specific areas of development.

We look at the differences in motivation and how to tune into student’s choices, desires, and attitudes, to aid their motivation. The module discusses 7 major theories about motives and their sources, these are:

  1. Motives as behaviour change
  2. Motives as goals
  3. Motives as interests
  4. Motives as attributions about success
  5. Motives as beliefs about self-efficacy
  6. Motives as self-determination
  7. Expectancy-value theory

We illustrate the ways students can be different, and how these differences are reflected in how they learn. We cover topics such as: the way in which individuals prefer to learn, different intelligence types, gifted students, cultural expectations, and gender differences.

Looking at special educational needs. We include how to recognise the signs of certain conditions and how to adapt learning to fit those with additional needs, be they physical, intellectual, sensory, learning or behavioural, so that they may still reach their full potential.

The course discusses the three somewhat complex forms of thinking that are commonly pursued in classroom learning: critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem-solving. The course then goes on to explain how these are stimulated, using two types of instruction: Teacher-Directed and Student-Centred.

Who would benefit from the course?

Using the theories and practical examples explained in the Educational Psychology Certificate Course, educators will better understand the psychological processes of learning and development. Using the knowledge provided in the course, they will be able to create improved lesson plans that will encourage and aid their students’ learning and improve their own ability to fulfil their roles.

5. Psychoanalysis: Learn The Common Elements Of Psychotherapy

Discover how psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and continues to evolve with those who have come after him. You’ll learn about the studies undertaken to prove its effectiveness, how it is used to help clients, and the qualities and training needed to become a professional Psychoanalyst.

From the course, you will first learn about psychotherapy and the differences between this and similar practices. You’ll explore the common elements of psychotherapy and the various ways it can help clients in either one-to-one, couples or group therapy settings and how the clients themselves can get the most from their sessions. You will also learn what the most common forms of psychotherapy are and the differences between their approaches.

The course focusses on psychoanalysis – a method of psychotherapy that places significant emphasis on the contents of the unconscious mind. You will discover what psychoanalysis is and how the practice is used to help clients solve their psychological and emotional problems.

As the founding father of psychoanalysis, it is important to understand the work of Sigmund Freud. From the Psychoanalysis Certificate Course, you learn about his life, beliefs, popular and lesser-known theories, and the legacy he has left in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.

The course explains Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development and the five stages of life that everyone goes through, from birth to becoming a young adult, and how others are opposed to this idea. You’ll also learn about Attachment Theory and how this affects child and adult relationships.

Although psychoanalysis may have begun with Sigmund Freud, it certainly didn’t end with him. This course looks at the people who came after him and the ways in which they have added to his theories on personality and development with their own concepts.

As with most types of therapy and counselling, psychoanalysis has its fair share of naysayers. The course takes a candid view of modern criticisms and to what extent these points may be considered valid, as well as offering counter arguments. You will also learn about the importance of self-reflection within the role of a Psychoanalyst.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

Those interested in the work of Sigmund Freud and the subject of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy will enjoy this course. Along with supplying a good understanding of this therapy, the course also teaches you about the skills and training you will need to pursue a career as a Psychoanalyst.

Studying this course can also help you to understand people better, by enhancing your insight into human nature, which is a skill that can be applied to most professions. The knowledge within would be especially useful to those working in counselling and therapy roles.

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The Speed Reading Online 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Speed Reading Online Course

Module 1: What is Speed reading?

  • Part 1: Speed Reading and Its Relevance
  • Part 2: Understanding Speed Reading by Looking at a Case Study
  • Part 3: Advantages of Speed Reading
  • Part 4: Application of Speed Reading
  • Part 5: Trade-offs in Speed Reading
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Becoming A Speed Reader

  • Part 1: Who Can Become a Speed Reader?
  • Part 2: Factors That Determine the Learning Time
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: How to Begin?

  • Part 1: The Steps for Teaching Speed Reading
  • Part 2: Identify Your Goals
  • Part 3: Diversity of Approaches to Reading
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Step One: Prepare

  • Part 1: Organising The Reading Material
  • Part 2: Tools for Speed Reading
  • Part 3: The Correct Mindset
  • Part 4: Removing Distractions
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Step Two: Preview

  • Part 1: How to Preview
  • Part 2: Two Practice Examples
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Step Three: Read

  • Part 1: The First Read
  • Part 2: Timing the Process
  • Part 3: Repeat Until the Goal is Reached
  • Part 4: Identifying the Nature of the Text
  • Part 5: Keep Focus While Reading
  • Part 6: Annotations
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Step Four: Skimming

  • Part 1: Skim Annotations
  • Part 2: Practice Example
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Drills

  • Part 1: Five Practice Passages
  • Part 2: Exercise 2. Surrealism as a Cultural Movement:
  • Part 3: Exercise 3. History of the Printing Press:
  • Part 4: Exercise 4. Software Development Methods:
  • Part 5: Exercise 5. Existentialist Philosophers:
  • Part 6: Comprehension Questions:
  • Part 7: Summary

Module 9: Course Overview

  • Part 1: What we have learnt about Speed Reading?

  • Part 2: Expert Advice
  • Part 3: Next Steps
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Speech Therapy Online Course

Module 1 – The Field of Speech Therapy

  • Part 1: The Role of a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Overview on Treatment Approaches
  • Part 3: Speech-Language Pathology Terms
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Speech Anatomy

  • Part 1: Three Divisions of Speech
  • Part 2: Respiratory System
  • Part 3: The Laryngeal System
  • Part 4: The Articulatory System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Language Development

  • Part 1: The Stages of Language Learning
  • Part 2: Bilingual Children Learning Language
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Clinical Phonetics

  • Part 1: The Field of Phonetics
  • Part 2: Acoustic Phonetics
  • Part 3: Auditory Phonetics
  • Part 4: A Detailed Look at Speech Perception
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Language Structure

  • Part 1: Morphology: The Formation of Words
  • Part 2: Syntax: The Rules of Sentence Structure
  • Part 3: Semantics Language Skills
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Hearing Science and Acoustics

  • Part 1: The Auditory System
  • Part 2: The Physiology of Hearing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Speech and Language Disorders

  • Part 1: Disabilities and Speech Disorders
  • Part 2: Hearing Loss and Speech Impairment
  • Part 3: Neurological Disorders
  • Part 4: Drug Abuse
  • Part 5: Physical Impairments: Cleft or Lip Palate
  • Part 6: Vocal Abuse or Misuse
  • Part 7: Autism and Apraxia
  • Part 8: The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Paediatric Audiology

  • Part 1: Hearing Tests and Screening for Young Children
  • Part 2: Current Screening Protocols in the UK
  • Part 3: Subjective Hearing Tests
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Career Advice

  • Part 1: Working as a Speech Therapist

  • Part 2: Speech Therapy or Audiology?
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT Online Course

Module 1: What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

  • Part 1: Video – Introduction to CBT
  • Part 2: Introduction
  • Part 3: History of Behavioural Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Human Emotions

  • Part 1: Introduction and Theories
  • Part 2: Biological Component of Emotion
  • Part 3: Expression of Emotion
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Levels of Change

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Motivation to Change
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Counselling Skills I

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Basic Counselling Skills
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Counselling Skills II

  • Part 1: Video – Client Considerations
  • Part 2: Counselling Process
  • Part 3: Identifying and setting goals
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Counselling Skills III

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Ethical Codes
  • Part 3: Burnout
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Counselling Approaches

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Psychotherapy
  • Part 3: Humanism
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Introduction to CBT Principles

  • Part 1: Characteristics of CBT
  • Part 2: Irrational Belief Patterns
  • Part 3: The ABC Model
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Planning a CBT Session

  • Part 1: Video – Client Consultation
  • Part 2: Session Structure
  • Part 3: Homework
  • Part 4: Video – End of the Session
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Basic Cognitive Behaviour Techniques

  • Part 1: Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 2: Altering Cognitive Distortions
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: CBT Techniques Continued

  • Part 1: Thought Stopping
  • Part 2: Challenging Core Beliefs
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: CBT Applications: Depression

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Immobilisation
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: CBT Applications: Anxiety

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Relaxation
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: CBT Applications: Phobias

  • Part 1: Phobias
  • Part 2: Systematic Desensitisation
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: CBT Applications: Insomnia

  • Part 1: Insomnia
  • Part 2: Sleep Diary
  • Part 3: Sleep Restriction Method
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: CBT Applications: Anger Management

  • Part 1: Anger Management
  • Part 2: Anger Control
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: CBT Variation I

  • Part 1: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 2: Skills training
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: CBT Variation II

  • Part 1: CBT Variation II
  • Part 2: Steps in SFBT
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Case Study I

  • Case Study I

Module 20: Case Study II

  • Case Study II

Module 21: Course Assessment

  • Final Course Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Educational Psychology Online Course

Module 1: What Is Educational Psychology?

  • Part 1: What Is Educational Psychology?
  • Part 2: Present Status and Concerns
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Learning Process

  • Part 1: The Learning Process
  • Part 2: Major Theories and Models of Learning
  • Part 3: Three key ideas about respondent conditioning
  • Part 4: Cognitivism
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Student Development

  • Part 1: Why Development Matters
  • Part 2: Cognitive Development: The Theory of Jean Piaget
  • Part 3: Erik Erikson: Eight Psychosocial Crises of Development
  • Part 4: Moral Development: Forming a Sense of Rights and Responsibilities
  • Part 5: Gilligan’s Morality of Care
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Student Motivation

  • Part 1: Motives as Behaviour
  • Part 2: Motives as Goals
  • Part 3: Motives as Interests
  • Part 4: Motivation as Self-Efficacy
  • Part 5: Motivation as Self-Determination
  • Part 6: Expectancy X Value: Effects on Students’ Motivation
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Student Diversity

  • Part 1: Individual Styles of Learning and Thinking
  • Part 2: Gifted and Talented Students
  • Part 3: Gender Differences in the Classroom
  • Part 4: Differences in Cultural Expectations and Styles
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Students with Special Educational Needs

  • Part 1: Categories of Disabilities and Their Ambiguities
  • Part 2: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Part 3: Intellectual Disabilities
  • Part 4: Behavioural Disorders
  • Part 5: Physical Disabilities and Sensory Impairments
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Classroom Management and the Learning Environment

  • Part 1: Why Classroom Management Matters
  • Part 2: Preventing Management Problems by Focusing Students on Learning
  • Part 3: Establishing Daily Procedures and Routines
  • Part 4: Communicating the Importance of Learning and of Positive Behaviour
  • Part 5: Responding to Student Misbehaviour
  • Part 6: Conflict Resolution and Problem Solving
  • Part 7: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Facilitating Complex Thinking

  • Part 1: Forms of Thinking Associated With Classroom Learning
  • Part 2: Problem Solving
  • Part 3: Broad Instructional Strategies That Stimulate Complex Thinking
  • Part 4: Mastery Learning
  • Part 5: Student-Centred Models of Learning
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Psychoanalysis Online Course

Module 1: What Is Psychotherapy?

  • Part 1: Psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Common elements in psychotherapy
  • Part 3: How exactly does psychotherapy work?
  • Part 4: What qualities will help a client get the most from their therapy?
  • Part 5: What are the most common forms of psychotherapy practised today?
  • Part 6: What happens when psychotherapy goes “wrong”?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: What Is Psychoanalysis?

  • Part 1: The key assumptions behind psychoanalysis
  • Part 2: Example of psychoanalysis in action: Eric
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sigmund Freud

  • Part 1: Sigmund Freud
  • Part 2: How Freud used hypnosis
  • Part 3: Freud and dream analysis
  • Part 4: Freud’s seduction theory
  • Part 5: Freud’s followers
  • Part 6: The rise of Nazism and Freud’s escape
  • Part 7: Freud’s less well-known theories
  • Part 8: Freud’s legacy
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Psychoanalysis and Childhood Development

  • Part 1: Freud’s theory of psychosexual development
  • Part 2: What happens if someone becomes stuck at a particular stage?
  • Part 3: Attachment Theory – a key development
  • Part 4: Building on attachment theory – Mary Ainsworth
  • Part 5: The attachment styles in adult relationships
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychoanalysis After Freud

  • Part 1: Carl Jung
  • Part 2: The 12 archetypes
  • Part 3: The soul types
  • Part 4: The self types
  • Part 5: Jung’s views on personality
  • Part 6: Anna Freud – How she continued her father’s legacy
  • Part 7: Melanie Klein
  • Part 8: Donald Winnicott
  • Part 9: Alfred Adler and Karen Horney
  • Part 10: Erik Erikson
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How Is Psychoanalysis Perceived Today?

  • Part 1: General criticisms of psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Counter Arguments
  • Part 3: Modern criticisms of psychoanalysis
  • Part 4: The role of modern psychiatry
  • Part 5: The rise of brief therapies as a replacement for psychoanalysis
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What Is the Evidence That Psychoanalysis Works?

  • Part 1: What does it mean when we say that a therapy “works”?
  • Part 2: Common tests used in research studies
  • Part 3: Qualitative methods
  • Part 4: The paradigm debate – why mixed methods research has a controversial history
  • Part 5: So can psychologists and psychotherapists really check whether a therapy has had a beneficial effect?
  • Part 6: The importance of the therapeutic alliance
  • Part 7: What should we conclude?
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Psychoanalysis In The Treatment Of Anxiety And Depression

  • Part 1: What does psychoanalytic theory say about anxiety?
  • Part 2: Defence mechanisms and anxiety
  • Part 3: Are some defence mechanisms better or healthier than others?
  • Part 4: A psychoanalytic perspective on depression
  • Part 5: Other psychoanalytic perspectives
  • Part 6: Coyne’s Interpersonal Theory of Depression
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Training To Be A Psychoanalyst

  • Part 1: Training

  • Part 2: What practical skills do trainees learn?
  • Part 3: Career options after training
  • Part 4: Training in other therapies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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