Ways to Study

Ways to Study

The world of training is evolving as fast as technology allows.

Traditional ways of training involve on-the-job activities where an accredited assessor visits on a regular basis and they collect evidence that participants are competent. This is very good for ensuring people can perform the required skills for a job.

Other options include classroom training, where a trainer will work with a group of people in, or out of, the workplace. This can have the advantage of taking people away from workplace distractions and may also allow people to work in groups to solve complex problems.

Distance training (also known as on-line training) typically involves less interaction with trainers and assessors, allowing people to work at their own pace. This is good for self-directed people who are undertaking more thinking type training, rather than traditional skills development.

Other training can blend elements of all of the above. Maybe matching the training mode to the type of unit, or providing more options for people who are more geographically isolated.

Speak to our
Workforce Development Team about which mode of study suits you.