Welcome to the easytest Test and Tag training course.

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    If you have any problems don’t hesitate to call me. Don’t let a little problem get you down.

    Follow the links below to download which information you need

    read the instructions For email correspondence: IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT YOU USE YOUR FIRST NAME AND SURNAME ONLY (AS IT APPEARS ON YOUR ENROLMENT FORM) IN THE EMAIL SUBJECT LINE FOR ALL CORRESPONDENCE. SOME STUDENTS USE SEVERAL EMAIL ADDRESSES AND THIS SOMETIMES RESULTS IN LOST ASSESSMENTS AND INFORMATION, THANK YOU.
    Where possible please send all assessments and enrollment forms in PDF format. I get some weird formats and they are a nightmare to unravel. REMEMBER YOU HAVE 60 DAYS TO COMPLETE THE TRAINING. IF YOU DO NOT COMPLETE IN THAT TIME EASYTEST MAY OFFER A 30 DAY EXTENSION FOR A RE-ENROLLMENTS COST OF $70
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    the first thing is to read the the prerequisite WHS lessons which are in the zipped folder attached to the welcome email.,

    Then click here to download the WHS theory assessment. there is no time limit and it is open book. Complete the assessment and submit the form before continuing. 

     

    If you have any problems or questions please contact me early so they don’t become big problems. 

    To access the lessons for Test and Tag follow this link

    Online Training Videos

    To access the lessons for fit plugs, follow this link

    Fit Plugs and Sockets

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    rules for both theory tests. 

    follow the appropriate link below to download the test. 

    from the time you download the test there is 90 minutes to complete it. At the end of this time the form will lock and automatically submit.  There is plenty of time and this is no different to a classroom test where the facilitator will collect the papers at the end of the time. 

    when you are ready to do the theory tests and not before, follow this link to the

    Click here to download the Test and Tag theory test.

    Click here to download the Fit Plugs theory

     

     

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