Training Aid Australia offers distance learning courses which can be completed via the internet or we post materials out to students. Through distance learning, students are able to complete online tutorials, theory workbooks, read through resources, learning material and complete assessments.
Our Training Services offer
- Online enrolment through a secure web page
- A secure online learning platform
- Online tutorials
- Online assessment
- Online course feedback forms
- Downloading of the learning resources
- Ease and comfort of learning at your own pace
- Correspondence and interaction with Trainers and Assessors by email
- Work through the interactive course material at your convenience
Distance Learning Enrolment and Commencement Process
Once enrolled into one of our qualification courses (Cert IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma), you will need to participate in a course induction with a Student Support Officer.
The induction should be booked through Training Aid Australia when you have familiarised yourself with the learning portal and/or received your training resources.
It’s the responsibility of the student to contact Training Aid Australia and request the induction.
Once a time has been confirmed, the student is contacted by the appointed Student Support Officer for an initial call. The holistic interview may be conducted by phone or if required via an online meeting (such as Skype).
During the induction, the Officer aims to gain an understanding of your current competencies, workplace role, life experiences and any other evidence that may contribute to the qualification competencies.They will also walk you through your Welcome Letter and how to get started in your course.
The induction will only occur once the course deposit payment has been received. The induction must be completed prior to students submitting any unit of competency for marking by an assessor.
If you plan on studying courses via distance learning, you should consider developing some useful skills to assist you in that area. These include general computer, internet skills, time management, self-motivation and study skills.
You should set yourself a study plan that will keep you on track with completing each of the course components. For example, if a course has 10 units of competency and you must complete the qualification within 12 months, then your study plan should be to complete one unit per month.
Two hours per week accumulates to 1 x full day of study per month, which is the same as completing that unit in a classroom with a trainer.
A simple study plan like the above mentioned will help you achieve your goals and ensure that you’re not rushed at the end to complete the course.
If you have any queries, please contact Training Aid Australia for further information.