How to register for Ed2Go Courses
After you create your Ed2Go username and password and request an online Ed2Go class at http://www.ed2go.com/dtcc, you will be emailed an Ed2Go registration form (the subject line will read "Enrollment and Payment Confirmation – Order Number"). The final step in the registration process is to complete the second page of that email then return the entire email, along with payment, to Durham Tech. The information provided during the registration process will be handled in a confidential manner.
Choose one of the following methods to forward your information:
- Fax or mail the completed registration form Ed2Go sent after your request to take the course. Durham Tech’s fax number and address are included on the Ed2Go registration form. If you cannot locate the emailed form, request a blank Ed2Go registration form from email@example.com.
- Deliver the form to the Corporate and Continuing Education Center on Durham Tech's Main Campus.
NOTE: You will not receive a confirmation or receipt if you fax or mail the Ed2Go registration and payment.
Upon completion of pre-registration (requesting an Ed2Go course at http://www.ed2go.com/dtcc) and payment and registration with Durham Tech, you will be able to access your class after 12 noon on the class start date.
No registration is complete without the payment of applicable fees or receipt of official authorization for payment from the registrant's employer. Payment of course fees is required before the start date of each course session.
Course Cancellations and Refund Policy
Please see the Durham Tech Continuing Education policies page. "First meeting" is defined as the starting date of the class and the Ed2Go 10 percent point is 14 days after the start date.
Further information about e-learning and the Durham TechEd2Go online classes can be found under Ed2Go Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have any questions regarding the registration process please contact:
Timiya McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Durham Tech Online Education Specialist