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Whether white card training can be effectively delivered online is primarily a matter of risk management. The risk management process requires that the risks involved in delivering the course online need to be identified, control measures put in place to control the identified risks, and these control measures monitored and periodically reviewed.

CPSISC is once again holding a round of e-learning professional development workshops to demonstrate the latest products and techniques available within the VET sector.

Mike and Tim from the Ammonite/Inscope Training Team were asked to deliver a presentation on their experiences of delivering the White Card course using Ammonite’s Validity Assessment Technology which not only identified the applicants but also addressed the issues where students are required to identify hazards, ask questions and participate in general communication.

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Mike and Tim from the Ammonite/Inscope team have returned from the annual CPSISC E-learning RTO Cooperative Workshop held in Sydney on the 10th and 11th of September. A key focus of the workshop was concerns that have been raised by industry, ASQA and CPSISC about the delivery of the White Card, especially in an online mode.