Our course assessment package contains written documentation and limited numerical calculations. The Participant Handbook page 14 has a guide on the required LLN skill levels required to enrol into the course. Should the participant have any questions on the skills require, the participant is to contact our office to discuss the options, including availability to a LLN Assessment.
The applicant must acknowledge receipt of the Participant Handbook with the Enrolment Form and acknowledge they have read the handbook when completing the online enrolment form.
These responses, including the information provided in the Online Enrolment, are reviewed and provided the Applicant indicates that they are physically able to complete the entire course, and have the required literacy standard, they will be accepted into the course.
TMA Training is flexible in the format and timing of learning and assessment activities to ensure that we provide every opportunity for participants to demonstrate their skills and abilities. Applicants who do not possess the required literacy skills, or lack the required physical ability will be respectfully declined and referred to their Organisation for additional support or assistance will be provided to identify appropriate training services.