Common questions

What is approved course?

What is approved course?

The government details that for education to be approved, it must be full-time. The exact definition of this is that it must be more than an average of 12 hours a week supervised study or course—related work experience. Examples of this can include: A levels or similar, for example Pre-U, International Baccalaureate.

Is Approved Course legit?

We now know that Approved Course is certified in the state of Texas, so yes, Approved Course is a legit online defensive driving course in Texas.

Does Centrelink help with course fees?

Centrelink approved courses allow you to receive Centrelink payments while you study a course. The 3 main study allowances Centrelink offer include Youth Allowance, Austudy and Abstudy.

How do I know if a course is accredited?

A course is accredited if it has been approved by a professional organization. For example, an architecture course might be accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects. If a course is accredited, it shows that it covers everything you need to know for a career in the relevant industry.

Are A levels classed as an approved training course?

Approved education or training can include GCSEs, A/AS levels, national diplomas and NVQs up to level 3, as well as apprenticeships or traineeships. The education must be non-advanced, so studying for a degree at university doesn’t count.

Is university classed as full time education?

Full time education is clearly defined as “more than 12 hours a week supervised study or course related work experience”. That can be secondary education (ie up to A level education in school) or tertiary education (education for those over school age but in college, university or vocational course).

Which is better aceable or iDriveSafely?

While Aceable does have higher prices, it’s justified once you see the number of features they’re providing (discussed below). But iDriveSafely is generally the cheaper option, averaging around $10-$20.

Does the de 964 expire?

No, there is no expiration date for the certificate of completion.

What if a course isn’t accredited?

If your degree programme isn’t accredited A university decides whether or not it wishes to apply for accreditation of its programmes. If you hold a non-accredited degree you may also work towards becoming an IEng or CEng.