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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • This programme is aimed at taking the stress out of preparing for the compulsory regulatory exam
    • It’s a learning process driven by YOU
    • It’s easy to use
    • You will learn from others
    • This programme is aimed at taking the stress out of preparing for the compulsory regulatory exam
    • You will be able to test your understanding step by step
    • We will support and encourage you
    • You will have access to a subject matter expert
  • 3.
    • You have been placed in a learning group of up to 25 learners
    • The content for the regulatory exam is broken up into seven modules
    • You don’t have access to all the modules at once, as we want you to work through the programme one bit at a time
    • So we will open up Module 1 for you first, followed a week later by Module 2.
    • Once you’ve studied Module 1, you need to check your understanding by doing a mini-exam
    • You can do the mini-exam as many times as you like
    • You are under time pressure as the mini exam for Module 1 is only open for two weeks. After this you need to move onto Module 2.
  • 4.
    • This time pressure means that you will cover all the work in the eight weeks allocated to the programme as a whole (instead of leaving it all to the end!)
    • At the end of Module 7, you will do a mock exam which closely resembles the formal Regulatory Exam.
    • If you pass the final mock exam (which you should, if you have worked through all the modules) then you are very likely to do well in the Regulatory Exams
    • Along the way you get lots of help and support – from the subject matter expert, from your fellow group members, from the ARTG learning site, from technical support.
  • 5.
    • Each module has
      • Guidelines for using Inseta’s official hard copy materials
      • An easy to understand presentation
      • Projects and tasks to assist you to check your understanding
      • Comment/chat facilities to interact with fellow learners and the subject matter expert
      • Tasks for syndicate work (i.e. working together in small groups)
      • An online tutorial session led by the subject matter expert
      • A mini exam to check your understanding
  • 6.
    • Set up a study plan for the next eight weeks. Decide how much time you can spend a day on your studies, and at what days and times this will be. Put it in your diary.
    • Go onto the site and look around. Click on your registered group name and open Module 1.
    • Then go to the section on the Inseta materials and work through this.
    • Then view the presentation
    • Organise a syndicate group and set up a meeting to start learning together
    • In whichever order makes sense to you, work through the tasks and activities, participate in the comment/chat sessions, attend the on-line tutorial, ask questions and check your understanding with the subject matter expert
    • Use the resources available to you such as the resource library
    • When you are fairly confident that you understand Module 1, do the mini exam. If you pass this, then you are ready to leave Module 1 behind and move onto Module 2.
  • 7.
    • Help is at hand!
    • Contact your subject matter expert for help in understanding the concepts
    • Contact technical support if you need help in finding your way around the site or for any other assistance you may need
  • 8.
    • “ The haves and the have-nots can often be traced back to the dids and the did-nots”
    • - D.O. Flynn as quoted in