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1.2 - Using Online PAS

1.2 - Using Online PAS

The Online PAS course includes six sections. Using the navigation bar along the top of the page, you can move between each of the sections. You can use the arrows below the video player to move forward or back in the course. You can also use the images below the video player to select any specific section you would like to see. The Course Outline provides a complete list of the course content.

Online PAS includes these six sections:

  1. Introduction
  2. Dealing with Legal Issues
  3. The Parents’ Experience
  4. The Child’s Experience
  5. New Parental Relationship
  6. Conclusion

The Introduction provides an overview of Online PAS, including preparing for training, and course objectives. The Conclusion includes a brief course summary, the final exam, as well as an evaluation form. To receive an Online PAS Certificate of Attendance, you will need to score at least 70% on the final exam and complete the evaluation form.

In addition to the course content, Online PAS includes a number of resources for your reference. To access a range of helpful documents, websites, and service agencies, click the Resources link at the top of the page.

Once you have registered, you will be able to track your progress through the course. The Course Outline illustrates your progress through the course. You can jump to the next section that you have not reviewed, simply by clicking the title of a sub-section that is not completed.