If you require flexibility or have your eye on an out-of-town technical school, an online trade school may be perfect for you. However, online training isn’t for everyone.
Take this quick self-assessment to see how well a career school online would work for you. Give yourself 1pt. for every “Agree” response, or 0 pt. for every “Disagree” response.
1. I’m proactive when it comes time to do things I have to do.
2. I’m very comfortable using the computer.
3. When I get stuck, I can usually figure it out on my own or resource it online
4. When I finish an assignment, I don’t require immediate feedback.
5. With a 3-credit course, I’d dedicate at least six hour a week studying.
6. I learn new material best by what I read about it or see online.
7. If it’s a new technology, I see it as just the next thing to figure out.
8. I have above average writing skills.
9. If I were going to the beach, I’d take a book.
10. I’m in school to learn, not to socialize.
9-10 Agrees: you’re an ideal online learner
6-8 Agrees: online learning could work with dedication
3-5 Agrees: you’re a blend of online learning and traditional learning
1-2 Agrees: you learn best in a classroom setting
0 Agrees: you’re a man or woman on campus
All too often you read about the advantages of online learning. But the reality is, it depends greatly on how you learn best. Regardless how you did on the self-assessment, you’re in the right place. You can visit our directory of online trade schools or check out technical schools in your area that offer traditional classroom instruction or both classroom and online.
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