Compensation Advocate Level 1
This course is the first part of a training program which is designed to provide a new entrant into Advocacy training with the skills and knowledge to be able to complete a primary claim under any of the Acts governing military compensation and rehabilitation, while under the supervision of a more experienced advocate.
This training stream consists of a number of components, all of which must be satisfactorily completed before a Level 1 certificate can be issued.
During the whole training process, the candidate must have a mentor and an on-the-job overseer to assist them in skills development. (The mentor and the overseer may be the same person.)
The training stream assumes the candidates gain their knowledge and skills on the basis of 10% (from formal training), 20% (from mentors) and 70% from on-the-job involvement.
Applicants for this course must have
a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This can be obtained by clicking here
been selected and sponsored by a valid ex-service organisation using the selection guidelines.
a desire to acquire and continually improve their skills over time.
All level Level 1 units must be completed in order to complete the course. There are also a number of pre-requisite units to be undertaken prior to attending the Level 1 consolidation unit which is an attendance unit.
Trainees will be required to keep a logbook of on-the-job experience which will be used as part of the evidence for inferring competence.
Mentors and assessors will report on a candidate`s progress through a portal on the ATDP website.
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