While you can access your course through mobile devices, there is a possibility that you may find that some interactive resources may not work to their full ability.
Use a broadband connection through USB wireless modem, ADSL, T1/T2, fibre optic or cable. Your connection should be 256 Kbit/second or faster to ensure that you can view videos and online presentations.
With all firewalls, ensure that you enable uploading of files. If you plan to study from a public place such as an office or the library, please investigate firewalls that may restrict your experience.
You can study online with us using any up-to-date web browser that complies with browser standards.
We recommend using one of the following:
To ensure that you get the best experience and security while studying online, we recommend that you keep your browser up to date with the most recent version available.
Older browsers with known compatibility issues include:
- Internet Explorer 10 and below
- Safari 7 and below
Not sure which browser you’re using? Find out here:
We also recommend that you enable the following within your browser:
- Pop-ups (in both internet browser and security software)