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Study Materials

To view the specific study materials for a certain course, please visit that course's Web page. Keep reading to learn more about the study materials for each of the following formats!

Online Interactive Courses

LOMA’s popular online interactive courses teach important industry concepts through an engaging, highly interactive, multi-media approach that often includes integrated video, audio and scenario-based learning. Online interactive courses are designation courses with integrated exams—the modularized examinations are built right into the course as part of the learning experience. No separate exam enrollment required!

Course Portals

Some courses ("bundled courses") include study materials with your enrollment. A growing list of English-language courses include access to bundled study materials.

For some of these courses, once you enroll, you gain access to the study materials through your My Learning page in LOMANET. These include the Course Portal courses and the Need 2 Know courses.

Short Online Courses

Everything you need to study to complete a short online course is included in the course!

Traditional-Access Courses

Ordering printed study materials

For the United States and Canada, you can order study materials for designation courses through PBD by using the form and information below:


PBD Worldwide
P.O. Box 930108
Atlanta, Georgia 31193-0108
Tel: 1-800-887-3723 or 770-280-4178
Fax: 770-280-4150

Additional textbook order forms

Forms include applicable mailing and contact information


Note: Most of the courses require a textbook and a Test Preparation Guide (TPG). Be sure to order all assigned materials as listed in the Education and Training Catalog. Students are responsible for ordering the correct study materials.

How do I find the latest corrections in LOMA materials?
Although we make every attempt to avoid errors in our publications, they sometimes do occur. LOMA publishes (or updates) text corrections on this site for each publication whenever we learn of errors that would affect students’ understanding of curriculum materials.