Methodological Guide

1. Duration and Requirements

The number of teaching hours for this Course / Master is a rough estimate. It will not be necessary to stay on the platform for that time.

To pass this Course / Master successfully and obtain the certificate, it will be essential to pass all Course / Master exams with a minimum score of 5 out of 10.

Remember that the module exams will have 3 attempts while the Final Exam will have only one attempt. The qualification of this FINAL EXAM will appear reflected in your certificate, it could be Pass, Notable or Excellent.

This course has a minimum completion time of 30 days, which means that until 30 days have passed since your enrollment in this course you will not be able to request the corresponding certificate.

2. Study Methodology

The student will be able to organize the study according to his/her needs, taking into account only the period established as a maximum for the completion of the course.

Each course topic is made up of the following resources:


It will be presented in PDF format (which allows you to download it to your computer and / or print it). Clarification: In some PDFs you can find self-assessment activities that simply reinforce your training and you do not have to hand them over to your tutor.


To measure the acquisition of theoretical content. It will have one at the end of each module and a Final Exam.

How to realize the exams?

Within the different exams of the course you will find some of the following types of questions:

  • Opinion questions (They are optional. Although they do not score in the examination of the topics, they can lead to an increase in the final grade for the course).
  • Questions related to a practical situation.
  • Multiple choice questions (most frequent and numerous).


To take the exam you will simply have to click on the corresponding exam on the main page of the course to «Try to solve the questionnaire now». All the course questions will then appear on the same page, you just have to mark the option you consider correct for each question, click after the last question on Finish attempt and then on Send all and finish. You will see the grade automatically on the screen after submitting the exam.

The exams that accompany the modules will have between 20 and 30 questions, with up to 3 attempts to take them, of which the highest grade obtained will be kept. On the other hand, in the Final Exam you will have between 30 and 40 questions and you will have only 1 attempt to do it.


IMPORTANT: For security reasons, the maximum time that a student can be taking an exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes, from that moment it is possible that the answers that you have marked cannot be sent correctly and you will have to redo a new exam with new questions.

3. Opening of modules and sections of the course

Once you have passed the exam of one topic/module, you will be able to receive the theory and the next exam, until you complete the total number of topics in this course.

Likewise, to access the Final Exam you must have passed the exam of the last module, and to access the course assessment questionnaire you must have passed the Final Exam.

4. Tutoring Service

You can contact us for any procedural or content questions through the link to the form that you will find on the main page of the course.

The answer will be provided to you by email within 24 working hours.

Likewise, you can respond to the email you receive for any further clarification about that query.

5. Certificate

If you have successfully passed all the exams of the course (including the final exam), have stayed in the course for a minimum of 30 days and comply with the general terms of contract, you can request the certificate of the course by clicking on the link to the form that you will find in the course home page.

You will receive it by email within 24 working hours.

Remember that you can also request it from your profile in the Official App that you can download at the following links:


Android version (Download)

IOS version (Download)

6. Teaching Resources (External Videos)

In some cases, the theoretical PDFs of the course include some external videos and audios to offer more dynamism to the syllabus and complement the training received.

If the video is in another language, you can be enable English subtitles by following these steps:

  1. Activate the subtitles option.
  2. Click on tools to access the “Automatically translate” section, change the subtitles to English…

7. Study Tips and Techniques

Study Time Tips:

In order to keep a good pace of work, we suggest that you follow the opening calendar of each topic, although you can mark the time you want to do it as long as you deliver the evaluative tests (exams) before the end date of your course.

Study Techniques Tips:

A first reading of the module (fast reading), with which you should get a general idea of ​​the topic. The organization of the book by chapters or themes, titles, subtitles, graphics, diagrams and illustrations will be quickly observed. It is not necessary to carry out an in-depth reading, but rather the generalities of the reading to be carried out are displayed, as well as the resolution of those questions such as definition, classification, elements … that is, they are easily answered with what is provided in the manual itself and that do not require synthesis or personal evaluations.

Then a more detailed and comprehensive reading. Through this understanding and deepening of the topics, the realization of evaluative questions can be completed with an overall vision and a greater enrichment of the work contributed by the student can be achieved.

As a study strategy, we recommend:



Establish the purpose of reading: read to find information (specific or general), read to act (follow instructions, perform procedures.), Read to demonstrate understanding of content (for assessment activities), and read understanding to learn.

Use of prior knowledge: it has to do with the knowledge that the reader has, which allows him to give meaning and meaning to the text.

Prediction and elaboration of questions: asking questions just by knowing the subject, serve to locate yourself in it, it also implies the activation and use of the knowledge that you already have on the subject.



Identify the relevant parts of the text: a good reader will know how to identify important ideas, differentiate the structure of the text, as well as the author’s points of view, in the same way they will use the information and elaborate a critical analysis of it. They will apply selection strategies and construction of meanings based on what has been read, among others.

Support strategies: underlining, taking notes, partial or total rereading, diagrams and / or concept maps … are strategies to support learning and study.

Reading comprehension: summarize (self-revision), construction of questions (self-evaluation), elaborate predictions (activation of prior knowledge), clarify (detection of comprehension problems).



It is important after reading the identification of the main idea and summary of each section.

There are many advantages that time planning can bring in relation to the study. Among them the following:

They create a habit, which forms a basis for all future training.

  • It boost concentration.
  • It serves to be aware of one’s own performance and regulate efforts.
  • Allows you to combine study with other leisure and free time activities.
  • It helps to get rid of the worry or anguish that comes with the accumulation of pending tasks.

Remember that it is essential to have a suitable study place:

The study place must be equipped with the conditions of lighting, silence, temperature, ventilation, etc. that favor the study. If this is not possible, studying in the library requires that it always be the same.

The temperature should be between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius. The heat distribution must be homogeneous, and the heat source must not be close to the study table. The air in the study room has to be renewed, approximately every 6 hours. The use of a humidifier is advisable if heating is used.

Meaningful noises (radio, conversations…) are more distracting than nonsensical noises. Vocal music acts as an external distractor. The instrumental music of the baroque – Bach, Corelli, Handel, Telemann, Vivaldi, Albinoni, etc. – of slow rhythm provokes a relaxed state of concentration. The listening volume must be low, even lower than that of background music.

The most advisable lighting is natural. If the artificial one is needed, it must be distributed evenly and both glare and light and shadow contrasts must be avoided.

The table should be quite wide, thus avoiding interruptions when looking for material.

The ideal height of the table should be in relation to the height of the chair and that of the student, so that the legs form a right angle and the feet rest on the floor.

The best way to study is sitting in a chair, next to a proportionate table, with your back straight, your legs at right angles, your feet on the floor, your forearms on the table, and your head and upper back slightly leaning forward. One must flee from too comfortable attitudes.