Publication Date: February 26, 2007
DCL ID: ANN-07-03
Summary: This letter announces Federal Student Aid’s 2007-08 online, instructor-led training sessions on Applicant Data Resolution. Topics covered include resolving student application data rejects and using the Department’s Web based systems to correct errors.
Posted on 02-26-2007
We are pleased to announce our 2007-08 instructor-led online training on Applicant Data Resolution. This one hour and thirty minute session will be offered four times during March and early April of 2007. Registration is required for these sessions; please click on the link below to choose the class that best fits your schedule
All classes will be conducted using Federal Student Aid’s Distance Education system, which allows you to participate without leaving your desk. You will be provided with a link to the session when you register.
The Applicant Data Resolution training module is aimed at intermediate level users of Federal Student Aid’s on-line systems such as FAA Access to CPS On-line. This training is designed to show how to resolve a variety of common, and not so common, student eligibility issues.
Each training session will be conducted by two federal trainers and will last one hour and thirty minutes. The sessions will provide hands-on exercises in using FAA Access to CPS on-line along with supplemental study materials that can be downloaded from the web. During the session, you will be able to interact with the instructors using your computer's keyboard.
Because this is an on-line session, you will need to have a computer with an Internet connection and a separate phone line to access the audio portion of the training. Please click on the links below to determine if your system meets the requirements to access the session.
This link provides system requirements: Click Here
Participants will be required to download the training materials (training workbook and various reference materials) prior to the session. The download link will be provided in the registration confirmation.