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Students' Guide to Navigating NTS

Posted By Jeaneen Bengtson, Tuesday, September 18, 2012

NTS takes pride in offering education and certifications that enhance the performance and career prospects of our students. We want to help you grow in any way we possibly can. That’s why we are making it even easier to get what you need from NTS. We’ve compiled the answers to the questions that are most frequently asked by you, the students.

Registration

Q. How do I register for a NTS course?
A. Registering for a course is simple. Use your username and password to log on to www.ESAweb.org. Next, hover over the "Programs" tab in the blue menu bar, then find ‘National Training School’ in the drop down and select "My NTS" from the menu. On the My NTS page you be able to find a list of available online and live classes.

Classes


Q. What's the difference between online and live classes?

A. The online and live classes provide the same content in different settings.

Online classes are a great choice for those who prefer to study at their own pace from a computer at their home or workplace. Students can start and stop the course as many times as needed and have one year from the date of purchase to complete the training. To receive training, students must schedule a proctored exam and pass the exam with a score of 70 or higher.

Live classes offer students valuable interaction with instructors and colleagues in quick, easy-to-follow sessions. The classes are held frequently in various locations across the U.S. and each class is lead by a certified NTS trainer. A proctored exam is administered on the final day of class and students must pass the exam with a score of 70 or higher.

Q. Where are classes held?
A. Live classes are held in various locations across the U.S. You can find the most up-to-date class locations online at your personal My NTS page on www.ESAweb.org/NTS. You can search for live classes by state, topic, instructor and date.

CEUs


Q. How do I report my CEUs?

A. In order to renew your certification you must report your CEUs to NTS. You can do this by completing the NTS Certification Renewal Reporting Form then send it to NTS via email (NTS@ESAweb.org) or fax (972-807-6883).

Q. What CEUs are accepted at NTS?
A. To receive credit for courses taken, students must have CEUs approved by NTS. For a list of NTS-accepted CEUs, please visit the 2012 CEU Catalog. Please call our member service center at 972-807-6801 for more information on qualified CEUs.

Q. How many CEUs do I need to renew my certification?
A. To maintain an active certification status, NTS certificate holders must annually earn a total of 1.2 CEUs (12 credit hours) within the 12-month renewal cycle. Certifications are valid 12 months from the issue date.

NTS Documents


Q. How do I get a document replaced?

A. You can obtain a replacement or copy of a certificate, ID card or transcript through NTS. Simply complete the NTS Replacement Document Order Form and submit the document with the appropriate fees via email (NTS@ESAweb.org), fax (972-807-6883) or mail:

NTS
6333 North State Highway 161, Ste. 350
Irving, TX 75038


If you have a question about NTS, let us know. Give our member service center a call at 972-807-6801 so we can get you on the track to success. You can find out more information about NTS and training by visiting us online at www.ESAweb.org/NTS.


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