Summary Cost: Free. Assessment-based Certificate: Yes. There are questions throughout that relate strongly to the material you need to know. You receive a downloadable certificate for completing the course. Interactivity: Lots of questions that make you think about the material. All questions are multiple choice. Making people click on that is far better than nothing, but…
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You can download your certificate before you even take the course, without doing anything at all. You can watch me discover this in the video.
In their newsletter’s lead, the IGDA offered our online course, Human Trafficking Essentials, to all their members.
A video version of a slideshow that provides a certificate after the video. No testing required.
The core is KnowledgeCity’s Human Trafficking Awareness course. The CALIFORNIA part of this course is a 5 page PDF and the HOSPITALITY part of the course is an additional chapter.
Summary Cost: You must have a monthly subscription or your employer pays. I was unable to figure out how much taking this lone course would cost as an individual. Ultimately, we were instructed (by KnowledgeCity) to pay for a subscription (to review it) and just cancel the subscription before the end of the 30 days. …
The only thing CALIFORNIA about this course (as opposed to their Human Trafficking Awareness course) is a 5 page PDF that you can’t even download, and a few questions based upon that PDF.
Review: This is the basic human trafficking course that is, essentially, included in all the human trafficking videos from KnowledgeCity.
The thing that drives my interactive product designs is that, to make the most impact with a user, you want to fully and delightfully use the unique “hardware features” of the device the app is on.