Our online courses are compiled using both Flash and HTML5 and will run on most PC's and Mac's and will run on many mobile devices.
If you device can run HTML5 the course will play using HTML5 code, if not, it will attempt to run using Flash, automatically.
If you can view our sample videos you are good to go!
Operating System: Windows XP, Vista and Window 7, 8 and 10
Internet Explorer: Our pages are optimized to be viewed using Internet Explorer 10 and 11. Download IE 11 Here
Google Chrome: Download Chrome for PC Here
We have reports that AOL browsers will not load properly.
If you are using AOL as your internet provider, please connect to the internet directly using Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.
Operating System: Mac OS 10.5.8 or above
(Safari may not work on all machines. If not, please try one of the options below)
Google Chrome. Here
Download Firefox Here
(due to the many available devices, we are unable to test operations on every platform and cannot guarantee compatibility on all platforms.)
If played stalls, please try refreshing the webpage. Allow the page to load fully before advancing or reversing the slide.
The courses will run on most generations of iPad using Safari.
If you experience difficulty , please install and use the free Mercury Browser. Here
If you are using an Android device, our courses appear to be playing best using Chrome for Android Here.
Changing from Flash Mode to HTML5 mode:
If you are experiencing playback trouble, you can try changing to HTML5 Mode or to Flash Mode by selecting
"Run in HTML5 Mode" or "Run in Flash Mode" from the Resources Tab on the menu.
* note if you change viewing mode, you will have to change modes for each section manually
Trouble getting a webpage to load?
There are many reasons this may happen, including local internet outages and hiccups. There are several things to try in order to get a page to load.
1) Try restarting your PC, and router. Do a complete power down and restart.
2) Try clearing your browsers cache/temporary files. Follow your browsers instructions to delete the temporary files. Then close and restart your browser.
3) Try installing a different browser. Install one of the browsers listed above.
4) Clear your routers DNS Cache
Your DNS cache stores the locations (IP addresses) of pages you have recently viewed. If the location of the page changes before the entry in your DNS cache is updated, you will be unable to access the page.
If you are encountering a high number of HTML 404 error codes, you may need to flush your DNS cache. Once you clear your DNS cache, your computer will query name servers for the new DNS information you require.
The methods detailed below allow you to remove old and inaccurate DNS information that may result in 404 errors.
Flushing DNS Cache in Windows® XP, 2000, or Vista®
- Open the Start menu.
- Go to Run.
- If you do not see the Run command in Vista, search for "run" in the Search bar.
- In the Run text
- Press Enter or Return,
and your cache will be flushed.
Brief video on how to clear your router's DNS cache - Windows 7
Flushing DNS Cache in Windows 8:
- Go to Applications.
- Go to Utilities.
- Open the Terminal application.
- Press Enter or Return, and your cache will be flushed.