Module navigation page. Learner selects module from list of topics on welcome page, which directs to module navigation page. Module topic is displayed on module navigation page (1). Modules are stuctured with both program control and learner control. To start a module, the learner must complete the pretest (2), which then activates the didactics section (3). The learner may complete didactics in the order of his/her choosing. The post test is then activated once all objectives of didactics are complete. Links to references may be accessed at any time (4). Completion of the entire module enables the learner to print the didactics section or a module summary, or have the summary emailed to their address (5). Website navigation includes access to other modules (6) or the current module (7). Tabs at the top of the page (8) access the main menu or individual test results. Learners can also post messages and communicate with other learners in a Forums section (i.e. "chat rooms"). Administrators at each training program have additional tabs (8) to access trainee and performance results, and to schedule modules according to their needs. The webmaster and curriculum editors have an additional administrative tab to approve/delete registrants and training programs, as well as upload educational content.