Which lesson do I start with? 

You can start with the Introduction lesson. 

Where do I go after the Introduction? 

You can choose which lesson you wish to do next. You can do them in any order you like.

How is the course structured? 

The course is split into three modules.  Each of these modules has a number of lessons covering specific topics as well as a summary lesson. 

How many lessons should I do at a time? 

How much you cover at any one time is up to you. We suggest you allow up to an hour to complete a lesson.  However, there is no rule and you can spend as long as you like in any lesson.

What is the purpose of the summary lesson? 

The summary lesson captures the key points covered through the lessons and acts as a reminder before you move on to the next lesson.

Can I do the lessons more than once? 

Yes, you can do the lessons as often as you want. 

How does my personal code work? 

At the end of the Introduction, you will receive your own personal code. This code remembers where you finished the last time. Write it down and keep it somewhere safe. When you continue with the lesson at a later time, choose “continue with previous lesson”. Enter the code you received. The lesson starts where you left off. 

What do the icons mean? 

Click on Save to save your personal code. You will be asked for the code when you continue with the lesson at a later time. With this code, the next time you access the course it will start right where you stopped. You will also receive the code at the end of the introductory lesson. 

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