Not really. We do use and work with humor a lot, but what we teach is particular in that it’s not about finding things that people find funny, but rather how to experience fun and celebrate the joyful best of humanity and what brings us together. As such what we do is universal because it’s [...]
Absolutely! When you subscribe to any of our online trainings you get access to all of the included resources as long as your membership remains active (you get 12 months to start with, then you must renew for a low price if you want to keep it active).
Yes, you can. What you can't do though is share them or post them online. Unless explicitly mentioned otherwise, all of the material inside the LOU campus (that's everywhere on our website after you have had to login) is copyrighted and we take this topic very seriously. In general: We already share a lot of free resources. [...]
Unfortunately, no we do not provide a CD version for any of our online trainings at this point in time. There are too many interactive and multi-media elements for us to be able to do that using the technology we currently have.
Yes, you can login from any internet-connected computer. However, you can only be logged in to one computer at a time. Our automated system monitors your logins and usage. If it appears that the system is being abused, you will be alerted. You should consider changing your password by editing your profile in the Members [...]
No, you cannot. First of all this will annoy everybody if you all use the same computer as our learning system keeps track of one person's progress per account. Second this will put you at risk of an automatic account freeze as this is a breach of agreement and our server tracks the number of [...]
Yes. Desktop and laptop computers, tablets and smartphones all have access to the same resources. The only technical limitation is the size of your screen. This being said, you can also take a shower with a raincoat on - it's technically possible - but that's not necessarily the most enjoyable way to do that. It's [...]
This depends on the course you are enrolled in and what you really want to achieve. As a rule of thumb we require that you attend a minimum of 50% of the live training sessions included if you want to graduate. If you fail to do so then you will only receive a certificate of [...]
In general: We live in an increasingly complex world that needs not be intimidating. Make sure all your software are up-to-date and you will never have any problem, anywhere. If you can read this and did not have to wait undue amounts of time for this page to display, you most likely already have all [...]