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Kaplan Schweser’s Weekly Online Program for the March 2011 CAIA® Exam - Level 1

Training : Kaplan Schweser’s Weekly Online Program for the March 2011 CAIA® Exam - Level 1

Tue, 04/01/2011   for 8 weeks
Conducted by : Kaplan Schweser
Contact : Customer Service Representative
Duration : 8 weeks
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Kaplan Schweser’s CAIA® Weekly Online Program allows you to learn directly from our expert instructors from the comfort of your home or office.  It is designed to help you learn critical concepts quickly and completely as well as add structure and focus to your CAIA study plan. This real-time, interactive webcast will help you gain knowledge from an industry expert and stay actively engaged in the CAIA curriculum with:

 24 hours of intensive CAIA instruction over an 8-week period
 Eight, half-hour office sessions
 Unlimited on-demand review of every 3-hour session
 Ability to review instructor's slides prior to or after each session
 Instant feedback from the instructor during lecture and Q&A sessions
 Quizzes, problem solving, and sample exam questions
 Flexible instruction delivered directly to your home or office

Dates and Times*:

Level 1: Tuesdays, Jan.4-Feb.22, 2011 6:30–9:30 pm ET
 

Each session is recorded so you can study anytime, anywhere! 

The Weekly Online Program is available in our PremiumPlus and Premium Study Solutions.  Visit www.schweser.com/caia to learn more.

*Dates, times, and instructors are subject to change.

 


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