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Monday, January 2, 2012

OMA Electronic Training Program - UPDATE

Last week, I reported on a few technological glitches to the Attorney General's OMA electronic training program that kept me from progressing past screen 14 of the training program.  I am pleased to report that I have since completed the entire training.  I'm not sure whether the AG fixed the glitches or my use of Safari rather than Internet Explorer as my web browser (a tip from a park district official) did the trick. 

As an update to my previous post, I had to progress through 62 screens to get to the finish line and print out the training completion certificate.  You should put aside at least 30 minutes to an hour to complete the entire program, although you can complete the program in parts.  If you log off before finishing the program, you can choose to pick up where you left off or start the program from the beginning.

Happy training to those who must complete the program by year end.


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