Correspondence training offers a way of learning that allows students the freedom to choose when and where they study.
There are no classes to attend and we provide tutor support with all our nationally recognised courses.
When you train by correspondence, students will receive hard copies of the student learning materials and a set of assessment tasks, which include industry based case studies, short questions and a demonstration of practical skills which needs to be observed in a work environment.
Students can take as much time as they want doing the learning and assessments. Support is provided to all students undertaking training by this method.
To register for correspondence training, please click here.
How You Will Be Assessed
Correspondence training includes industry-based case studies, short answer questions and a demonstration of practical skills which needs to be observed in a work, or simulated workplace environment. The observation needs to be done face-to-face by a third-party observer who either has a food safety qualification or experience in food preparation.
If you would like more information about the assessment process for this training please contact us on
1300-665-633 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like further information, please complete the enquiry form here.