Assessment information is provided as part of the course information you receive when enrolling in an AVELING course.

Depending on your course and what is being assessed, assessments may include in-class participation and workbooks, online assessments, and/or workplace assessments.

Trainers will also outline the assessment requirements at the commencement of each course, including the support services available.


Each Nationally Recognised training course has a designated period in which you are required to submit all your assessments (see below for details of the designated period). You will be notified of the outcome within six weeks of submission.

If additional evidence is required, AVELNG will notify candidates, outlining the requirements. Candidates then have six weeks to provide further evidence and to resubmit their assessment.

The designated period (beginning from the enrolment date) is:

3 monthsFor short online courses, such as the White Card, RSA and MLP
6 monthsFor the online courses SITXFSA001, SITXFSA002, SITSS00051, TLIF0005, TLIF2010, TLIF3063
12 monthsFor all other Nationally Recognised training

Assessment Submission Extension

If you fail to submit assessments within the designated period, you will:

  • Be contacted and may be withdrawn from the qualification or unit
  • Incur a late submission fee of $150.00 (GST-free)

In some circumstances, late assessments cannot be accepted; for example, when the training package has been deleted or superseded. In such cases, you may be required to re-enrol in the course and standard costs will apply.

Before the designated period expires, you can ask for an extension to avoid the late submission fee, but this is only granted in special circumstances.

To request an extension, email AVELING at, outlining the reason for the extension. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis and only granted in extenuating circumstances, such as illness supported by a doctor’s certificate.