This Computer-Based Training contains audio. Please adjust your speakers and accessibility software accordingly. Closed Captioning is also available.
The Tab button will cycle through the menu bar and its options.
Please keep in mind that not all of the following keyboard commands will be valid to all CBTs but, the CBTs will notify you of what commands apply to that specific training.
The Rewind button rewinds to the beginning of the training.
Select the Play button to play and pause the training.You may also select Shift+N (or ALT+N) on your keyboard to begin the CBT only.
The Step Forward or Backward buttons advances or rewinds the training one slide at a time.
The Audio button allows you to mute the audio.
The CC button allows you to toggle the closed captioning on and off.
The Exit button will close the training.
If applicable within the CBT, the Shift+N (or ALT+N) command will move you forward through the training. Selecting Shift+B (or ALT+B ) on your keyboard will bring you back to what you just viewed in the CBT.
Within the assessment portion of the training, you may choose your answer by pressing the corresponding letter on your keyboard or selecting it with your mouse.
Enable Flash in Browser
Enable Flash in Internet Explorer
1) Under the "Tools" drop-down, select the "Manage add-ons" option.
2) From this menu, select "Toolbars and Extensions".
3) Then, select the "Shockwave Flash Object" item under "Microsoft Windows Third Party Application Component".
4) Finally, select "Enable" and Flash should now be active in the Internet Explorer browser.
Enable Flash in Google Chrome
1) In your Chrome browser, go to the "Settings" option.
2) Under "Settings", you should then click the "Advanced" option at the bottom.
3) Under "Privacy and security" you should then find the option to select for "Content settings".
4) From there, there should be an option simply called "Flash". Select it to continue.
5) You may then find the option "Block sites from running Flash" is currently running. If that is the case, select the option to allow Flash.
6) Lastly, you may want to switch the option to "Ask First". This will allow all Flash to run without issue. Otherwise, you can leave this option alone.
Enable Flash in Firefox
1) While in your Firefox browser, select the "Tools" drop-down and select "Add-ons".
2) From this menu, select the "Plugins" option.
3) Under this menu, select the drop-down on "Shockwave Flash". Either "Ask to Activate" or "Always Activate" will then allow Firefox to run Flash.