Student Login- CTP
Career Training Program students access their course from the ed2go Student Center at www.ed2go.com/student-center. Students enrolled in a program hosted by one of our third-party course providers will also receive secondary course access credentials for the course itself. Those students would log into the Student Center to access the login page for the course itself, then log in with the alternate credentials provided for the course.
Access InstructionsUpon initial enrollment, students will be sent an email to set up their user account and log into the Student Center. Their program will be listed but not accessible until 24 hours after their Student Enrollment Agreement is signed. Once their registration is fully processed, students will receive a Welcome email advising them that their program is now accessible in the Student Center.
NOTE: Students enrolled in a program offered by one of our third-party course providers may have two sets of log in credentials; one for the ed2go Student Center and one for their program through the provider's website. Students should log in to the Student Center (this tracks their Online time) and then click the link to sign into the provider's website. Read this article for more information about the importance of always logging in through the Student Center.
Students with existing ed2go accounts needing password assistance for the Student Center can go to this page and enter their email address under "Forgot Password?", to be sent an email with a link to reset their password.
Students enrolled in a program offered by a third-party provider who need the password for their course reset should be referred to contact their Student Advisor or program Facilitator. The student can obtain contact information for their Student Advisor by logging into the Student Center.
Login FAQAfter the student logs into the Student Center, they're not taken to their classroom. What do they need to do to access their course?
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 - 10.0
Select the Tools > Internet Options menu item. Then, open the Privacy tab; from here, adjust the slider to allow cookies.
Firefox 7.0 and newer
Use the Tools > Options menu item. Then, choose the Privacy tab. Set the Firefox will option to Use custom settings for history. Now choose to disable cookies.
Use the Tools > Options menu item, and select the Privacy tab. Here you can disable cookies.
To turn off the pop-up blocker, refer the student to follow the instructions for their preferred browser below:
Internet Explorer 8.0
Select the Tools > Internet Options menu item. Then, open the Privacy > Pop-up blocker item. Clear the Pop-up Blocker check box, and click OK.
Internet Explorer 9.0 – 11.0
Use the Tools > Options menu item. Then, choose the Privacy tab. Clear the Pop-up Blocker check box, and click OK.
Use the Tools > Options menu item, and select the Preferences tab. Then, select the Content panel. Here, you can disable the Pop-up Blocker.
After students have completed these steps, they will need to restart their browser and login again. If they are still experiencing difficulties, please refer the student to contact their Student Advisor, or you may contact the Partner Helpdesk for assistance.
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