Features & Benefits

Provide your learners with the convenience of e-learning Bus Driver Learners using eTrac® will be provided with over 20 hours of online curriculum to help build the skills necessary to find and keep a job. The eTrac® curriculum is broken down into six courses:
  1. Exploring a Career
  2. Filling Out the Paperwork
  3. Starting Your Job Search
  4. Interviewing for a Job
  5. Evaluating and Accepting a Job Offer
  6. Keeping a job

Learners complete the courses at a pace that is comfortable for them. Courses can be accessed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.


Chart showing the percentage of people using the Internet by age group Eliminate geographic barriers and reach more people

eTrac® has no geographic barriers, allowing you to reach more people for less money, whether in an urban, suburban or rural location.

According to the Pew Research Center, 85% of people use the internet, including 94% of people 18 – 29 years of age.


Reduce your travel and other costs associated with traditional classroom

Classroom training can be expensive. Travel, hotels and instructor costs can be eliminated or reduced by replacing classroom training with eTrac’s® online curriculum.


Young Man Increase the retention rates of your learners eTrac’s® advanced interactivities make learning on the Internet both fun and effective. Learners will retain more information in eTrac® since they experience a wide variety of interactivities and senses:
  • Animation/Video-Based Instruction
  • Interactive Exercises and Simulations
  • Practice Assignments

Enhance computer and Internet skills

Many job seekers lack the computer skills required by many employers. eTrac® will not only teach learners the skills needed to find and keep a job, but it also teaches basic computer and Internet skills and offers ample opportunities for practicing them.


Screenshot of a Pre-Assessment Track the results of your learners eTrac® is accessed through Moodle, a learning management system that is used by over 65 million people worldwide. Moodle will track:
  • User demographics
  • Enrollment information
  • Pre- and Post-Assessments
  • Grade results
  • Individual and group reporting statistics