Our students asked us to create a system that allows both online and offline study to take place, so we designed the student portal to make learning easier, uncomplicated and convenient
This is how it works…
Once enrolled at the College, a username and password is allocated to gain access to the leaning materials via online student learning portal – so you must be connected to the internet to access this resource in the first instance.
To explain this process, let’s look at the Certificate IV in Health Care for example.
This course has 16 units of learning and each unit is contained in a series of modules.
Each unit has its own page on the website, with three sections containing the following information.
Start by reading through the assessment online. The assessment contains a series of questions and activities – where answers can be found by referencing the ‘core learning material’ and/or the ‘additional learning material’.
The process is simple; work through each question until the assessment has been completed; the final process is to submit the assessment online for marking.
When a unit has been completed, more units are released until the course has been completed.
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Are you interested in pursuing a career in emergency healthcare? Are you curious as to what is required to begin your pathway to becoming a registered paramedic or work in the private-sector fields of emergency medical care and transport? To find out whether the excitement and challenge of emergency healthcare suit you, or to enquire about our courses, call Australian Paramedical College on 1300 377 741.