Before enrolling in a course you should ensure that you have read and understand all the relevant information for your selected course. This includes:
What do our study modes mean? Self-paced study means that you can progress through the course at your own pace without the stress of assessment due dates and schedules lectures. Self-Paced students can enrol at any time during the year and will generally have up to 2 years to complete their course. Keep in mind that students receiving government incentives/funding may be required to complete their course in a set time frame – refer to the relevant course outline for further details. Below is a description of our common study mode options:
Self Paced Online study
Study from home or anywhere in the world! Access to interactive learning materials and video tutorials are just a part of Adapt’s holistic on-line training. On-line study is affordable and enables students to access more training resources that assist with the completion of assessment and their own professional development. Online training is suitable for people who want to study at times that suit them. Students who elect to study online are provided with a full course and online induction at the commencement of their course. Each online student is allocated an expert trainer to provide ongoing support throughout the course. Assessments can be submitted at any time with no locked in due dates.
Self Paced Correspondence
Correspondence training is a great option that enables students’ to study at times that suit their individual circumstances. This style of study is suited to those who are:
Students who elect to study via correspondence will receive a portfolio including workbooks, study resources and assessments at the commencement of the course. All students receive a full course induction at commencement and are allocated an experienced trainer for ongoing support throught their course.
The theory components of your course will include self paced assessment items. Assessment will vary from unit to unit but may include:
Most courses will involve a practical component. If you are not currently working in a relevant job role, you may need to complete a practical placement as part of your course. You can organise your own placement or Adapt can make the arrangements for you. Refer to the relevant course outline to determine if a placement is required and the number of hours to be completed.
Rather than sing our own praises – here’s what others have said:
“I just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with the presentation of the workbooks presented to me. The folder, the USB stick the whole thing!!! The ease of which I have been able to start this course and then the promptness of receiving my books!!! Outstanding!!” Dinah Dickson, ASPLEY
“I would like to let you know directly how much I have appreciated the support received from you and all the other staff. I am very grateful that after what happened with the last training provider, I ended up with Adapt Education. I start my new job on Monday working primarily with Year 2 students. I am sure that having this course (along with my practical placement experience) played a big part in getting the job.” Victoria Van Itallie, PARREARRA
“I have really enjoyed myself. The work was manageable and I looked forward to the positive feedback each time I submitted an assessment. I will definitely recommend Adapt Education to anyone, it has been a fantastic experience.” Alison Kowitz, PRATTEN
“I’d like to say a BIG thank you for your support and I appreciate the flexibility you’ve given.” Jacquie Orlando, TANAH MERAH