Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs | CHC53215
Diploma of Business | BSB50120
Diploma of Community Services | CHC52015
Diploma of Counselling | CHC51015
Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking) | ICT50220
Diploma of Information Technology | ICT50220
Diploma of Mental Health | CHC53315
Diploma of Youth Work | CHC50413
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Study Anytime, Anywhere
TrainSmart offers a safe, accessible and hands-on learning environment for students to engage with their course online.
Explore Our Faculties
Health & Community Services
Health and Community courses designed to equip you with the practical skills and frameworks to make a real difference in the mental health sector.
Massage & Beauty Therapy
Learn skills to start a new career or enhance your current one within the beauty and massage industry.
Business, Leadership & Management
Take your career in business to the next level. Learn how to manage people, projects, resources, finance, systems and more.
Explore the world of information technology with our comprehensive courses. Gain skills to start a new career or expand your current skill set.
Study Online with LearnSmart
At the heart of our online courses, is our Learning Management System, LearnSmart – designed for all levels of learners to stay on track.
From regular check-ins from our support team, rich learning materials and dedicated trainer support we’ve made online study accessible, interactive, and easy to use.
What do my assessments look like?
Each unit in our courses contains 3 types of assessments to complete.
Knowledge Based Questions
Knowledge-based questions test your knowledge and understanding of the learning outcomes of each unit. Questions are typically asked within multiple choice or short answer formats.
A case study is a written assessment that requires you to analyse and respond to an issue or scenario. In most cases, you will be given information and a description of the scenario. The purpose of a case study is to apply the concepts and theories you have gained in the learning materials.
Practical assessments require you to demonstrate and apply the skills and knowledge you’ve gained from a unit in a real-world situation. You’ll do this by completing role plays or presentations, which can be done individually with a trainer or during online classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often do I need to study each week?
Depending on the course and the timeframe given to study, students are required to commit to a minimum of 15 hours of study per week.
How are my assessments marked?
There are no limits to how many times you can resubmit your assessment. If your trainer/assessor has marked your assessment ‘Not Yet Satisfactory’ you will be required to resubmit your answers. Your trainer/assessor will also provide you with specific feedback to the answers you will need to resubmit.
Is this course self-paced?
All of our courses are offered through the ‘Trainer-Directed-Learning’ model. In this format, trainers will be in direct contact with you to assist and direct you through your online assessments and workshops.
Are there due dates for my assessments?
Your dedicated trainer will set the expectations and timeframes for our assessments based on your experience, life commitments and availability to complete your practical assessments. Some of the assessments range from short quizzes to written short/long answer assessments.
What kind of support will I get studying online?
Studying online can be a daunting thought, but you’ll never be on your own. From day one, we ensure that all our students have access to our trainers and support staff members during each step of the learning journey. You”ll have a whole team of support from our dedicated trainers, student support team, IT support and our online student forums and study groups.