Our courses, and the e-learning area in general are designed with desktop machines in mind. However, there isn't any reason why courses can't be run on other devices.
We recommend using Google Chrome , Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer. Ensure you have the most up to date browser, operating system and a stable internet connection.
Operating system: Windows 7+, Mac OS X 10.7+ or Ubuntu 10+
Our first course; which is a foundation course in Consultation is free of charge to all members of the Institute.
Enhanced Members will have access to other free courses, but not all.
If you're unable to pay by card, please contact Jan who can arrange for an alternative payment method.
Yes you can.
Please contact Jan to discuss your desired package so we can agree a discounted bulk purchase.
This will require the lead contact to supply names of the people you wish to take the course so we can grant them access. If you aren't members, you will be required to sign up for a free non-member account.
All of our e-learning courses reward credits towards tCi's Certificate of Professional Development scheme. A maximum of 40 credits can be applied from e-learning.
The CPD is only eligible to members of the Institute. However, all credits are recorded so Non-members wishing to obtain the CPD would need to purchase membership to convert course credits inro a CPD.
Having knowledge or experience of consultation will be an advantage but these courses have been designed to suit people new to the world of consultation.
Each course varies in duration. On the introduction page to each course, an approximate duration will be outlined.
tCI Courses are split in to modules. These modules are made up of a number of chapters. The chapters have been purposely designed to be taken in chronological order.
You won’t be able to skip to a module or chapter without completing any that precede it.
Once the voice-over or video content has finished, a ‘next’ button will appear and allow you to continue.
A previous will always be present should you wish to take a step back.
Yes, though it’s important to remember that progress is only saved at the end of each chapter. At the end of a chapter, you will see a button labelled ‘mark chapter as complete’ By clicking here, your progress will be saved, and you’ll be safe to exit.
No, you must complete chapters to save progress. If you exit mid-chapter, you will have to start the chapter again when you return.
Each course is made up of several short assessments to test your understanding.
Yes, if you don’t achieve the pass mark, you will be given the opportunity to re-take the test.
As long as you need. Your progress will never be lost or expire.
Our courses will never be removed. However, in the interest of ensuring the information remains relevant and up-to-date, we may occasionally update the course content.
Each user has an e-learning log which is accessible from the e-learning courses page. This dashboard allows you to view all the courses you have enrolled on, and the the certificates/points you've earned.
Yes, you will receive an e-certificate shortly after completion of the course. You can save certificates as a PDF or print them. All of your certificates are available to view/download in the e-learning log area of your account.
Your feedback would be most welcome and is considered very important to the continual development of our online training programme. After completion of each course, you will receive an email which will give you the opportunity to give feedback.
Please email email@example.com for all support related to e-learning. If your query is more urgent you can call the main office on 01767 318350