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Michael D. Holloway. He first started 5th Order Industry as a competency development vehicle for certification preparation classes as well as projects ranging from ghostwriting, technical marketing, DIY articles, and developing on-line learning management systems, now its much more. There are over a dozen learning systems that are publically available and even more private, corporate ones. Check out the website at www.5thOrderIndustry.com.
Nope, you have to take the quiz after each lesson in order to view the next lesson .
5th Order Industry does offer public classes. The only difference with the on-line option is the learning environment. You work at your own pace. You save on travel costs such as hotel, food and transportation normally associated with having to take a class away from home. You can complete the course work at your office or at home.
There is a comment section offered during the quiz section of each lesson. This section can be used to ask questions or provide comments on the content. 5th Order Industry offers live Webinars with an instructor and other students on-line. The Webinars offer a great live venue to discuss ideas and ask questions as well as participate in group discussion. Email Sales@5thOrderIndustry.com for times and offerings.
Coupon codes are provided to selected students. Email Sales@5thOrderIndustry.com for consideration.
Customized training sessions can be developed. Contact Sales@5thOrderIndustry.com for more information. If you need credentials to log in, please contact TechService@5thOrderIndustry.com