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Learn, build and understand industry regulations that keep you competitive in the workplace and in-demand with employers.
Learn skills, regulations, earn certificates and continuing education credits that can be used to start your own business or make your employer happy by continuously learning.
Choose from 100+ industry-specific risk, regulatory, and compliance training courses made and regulatory updated by actual practicing attorneys.
Learn Industry-Specific Regulations From Anywhere in the World, Anytime.
Stay up-to-date with industry regulations
Industry regulations change frequently and it can be hard to keep up with new state and federal legislation. Our legal researchers and attorneys are experts in their field. We do all the legwork so you don’t have to. If something changes, we’ll let you know.
Skills training that makes you smarter
It’s easier than ever to gain the knowledge you need to launch, enhance, or expand your career. It’s important to stay-on-top of changing regulations because it shows employers your serious about your industry, and helps build confidence.
Earn a certificate, & CEU credits
Download a certificate of completion immediately after passing the exam at the end of your online course and earn a wide range of Continuing Education Credits that are often required for the maintenance or recertification of a professional license.
Top-rated customer service
Our team is credible, responsive, and a reliable source for risk, regulatory, and compliance training. Our mission is to provide value and exceptional customer service. We are committed to the success of every student and we aren’t satisfied unless you are too.
Active learning, immediate application
Become an active learner through milestones, achievements, and immediate application of theory. Demonstrate your knowledge not just through quizzes, but with a trained instructor to learn your strengths and weaknesses and how to overcome them.
Earn a certificate, gain a mentor
Whether you encounter an unexpected event in the field, regulations change, or you have a query about a hypothetical situation, you can trust that you have gained a mentor who will be there to help.
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