Accessing an Application Module

Accessing an Application Module

  1. Log in to the LMS.
  2. Access your roadmap.
  3. Launch the Application module from your roadmap. Application modules include:
    1. 2c Professional Reliance: Application
    2. 4c Forest Legislation and Policy: Application
    3. 6b Communicating Professional Advice: Application

The module page opens.

  1. Each application module will have a section entitled Instructions and Resources that will explain what you need to do in the module. This section will also provide a template/form that you need to use for the document to be submitted, if relevant. 

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