BrainCert is a cloud-based educational platform that offers powerful tools to create (and take) online courses, tests, tutorials, and live classes.
With this online learning management system (LMS), instructors and organizations can host live seminars and conferences online notably through the BrainCert Virtual Classroom. Instructors can charge for their courses, tests, and live classes and collect funds via PayPal and Stripe.
BrainCert’s content and media publishing tools also allow instructors to publish content publicly or privately without having to convert basic files into online courseware.
Recruiters use BrainCert’s Testing Platform to accurately pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of the candidate. This saves them much time and allows for faster hiring decisions.
BrainCert has four plans available. The Starter is free of charge and ideal for beginners while the three others require a monthly subscription fee.
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