Instructor-Led Online

Instructor-Led and Interactive, each course is facilitated by an instructor who will guide you through each lesson. The instructor is available to answer questions and provide feedback on your assignments. Each week you will receive an assignment over the Internet. The assignments may include reading a chapter in your text, completing an assignment and posting it electronically to the class discussion board, taking a self-check test, or collaborating with other students using discussion boards and email.

CFTEA Instructor-Led Online Courses

Enrollment Procedures: You may enroll in these classes by using the alternative studies enrollment form under registration options. All classes begin on Monday and registration cut-off is the Friday after the start date. Prior to the course start date registrants will receive a welcome email message outlining instructions to properly register onto the website and begin the class. A $20.00 shipping, recordkeeping and administrative fee will be added to all enrollments.

Withdrawal Policy: A student may withdraw from an online class with no fees assessed up to seven business days prior to the start date of the class. Should a student desire to withdraw from an online class up to ten business days after the start of the class, a written notification of withdrawal from the student must be sent to the CFTEA office via email or fax. Cancellation fees will be assessed as follows: $130 for 10-16 week classes and $75 for shorter classes. After that time no refunds will be granted, however, a student withdrawing from an online class after ten business days of the start of the class must notify the CFT office in order to receive a “withdrawal” for the class rather than a grade of “F.”


The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation service (ACE Credit) has evaluated and recommended college credit for several Instructor-Led online classes listed in this online schedule and the credit recommendation is listed in the indicated column. The American Council on Education, the major coordinating body for the nation’s higher education institutions, seeks to provide leadership and a unifying voice on key higher education issues and to influence public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives.

ACE CREDIT connects workplace learning with colleges and universities by helping adults gain access to academic credit at colleges and universities for formal courses and examinations taken in the workplace or other settings outside traditional higher education.

These recommendations do not guarantee you will receive college credit for these classes. The decision is made independently by each college or university. The ACE website lists the Colleges and Universities that have agreed to accept the credit recommendations when appropriate. Prior to enrolling into a course specifically to transfer the credits to the college or university you are attending please confirm directly with the school that they will accept the credits upon successful completion of the class.

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