Internet training sessions allow you learn more about Lac-T without the inconvenience of travel. The trainer is on site at the LactoLogic offices but the session is projected by Internet on your computer. This means that you can take part in the training session from the comfort of your own home!.
*All trainings are on Quebec time.
Prerequisites to participate in an Internet training session:
The computer used for the training session must have Internet access (preferably high speed, but not mandatory) with at least Windows XP or a more recent operating system.
Lac-T doesn't have to be installed on the computer you use to take part in the training session. What you see on your screen will be the presenter's software, at LactoLogic.
You can use headphones with a microphone to listen to the training session and contribute to the conversation.
Here is how an Internet training session works:
You will receive an e-mail from LactoLogic on the day of the training session. The e-mail will contain all the necessary information for you to establish the Internet. Be sure to read this e-mail very carefully.
Connect to the Internet as specified in the e-mail by clicking on the hyperlink. If you have high speed Internet, you should connect about 15 minutes before the training session begins. If you have slower Internet service, you should connect at least 45 minutes before the training session begins.
Enter all the information requested by the site in order to access the training session.
If your connection is correctly established, you should see the LactoLogic home page on your screen.
If your headphones are connected to your computer, choose to establish communication by Voice over IP.
Now, get comfortable! You're all set for the training session!
Lac-T was made possible with the support of the Conseil pour le développement de l'agriculture du Québec (CDAQ) and the sector councils of New-Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Funding is provided through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Advancing Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food (ACAAF) program. The project is also supported by the MAPAQ through CQRL and by the FPLQ.