Computer Based Training

Computer Based Training (CBT) is any course of instruction where the primary means of delivery is a computer. A CBT course (sometimes called courseware or eLearning) may be delivered via a software product installed on a single computer or over the Internet as Web-based training. CBT can be used to teach almost any conceivable subject, but it is especially popular for computer-related studies. People often take advantage of CBT to learn how to run a particular computer application. Below you will find a listing of CBTs, designed to aid in the learning of court policies and procedure.

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Chapter 7
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Creditor Matrix
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eDocs

The Bankruptcy Code and Rules require that debtors submit certain information to the trustee prior to the section 341 meeting of creditors. These include tax returns, pay statements, information about domestic support obligations, and other financial records. Using a system named eDocs, attorneys with ECF logins now have the opportunity to send these documents to the trustee via email. This module demonstrates how this works.

 

 


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