The training program is pretty advanced and detailed at ScribeAmerica; you learn not only about how to scribe and use the EMR, but also various common diseases, their symptoms and diagnostic measures. This is valuable information to excel as a scribe (knowing what to expect when a patient presents with certain symptoms) but also to learn more about how doctors think and how some diseases present in patients. Logistically, I can't quite remember but I htink there are 7 classes of 3 hours long. These can be either online or in person, depending on your situation. Then you must take a final exam and pass before starting your training shifts.
Training program is 2-5hr virtual classroom training. Times are scheduled in advance and materials such as power points are given to you in advance to study. Competency tests are taken once the virtual training is complete, and when a student passes with 85% or more, they can begin work in a clinic with a physician.