How does the assessment system work?

How does the assessment system work?

Once you have studied the online training material, you will then need to take the 'online assessment' and this can be taken at any time after receiving email confirmation that the training has been added to your account.

You can take the lessons in any order and at different times, but you must complete a lesson (within the time limit) once you have started it. We recommend that after downloading and studying the course material, you take the assessment for which you have studied so that the information is fresh in your mind. You only have one attempt per lesson; however, marking is cumulative throughout the entire course assessment.


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