|DBYD Certified Locator Guide|
The DBYD Certification recognises locators who have a high level of understanding and practical expertise. The program consists of a rigorous assessment of practical locating skills as well as a comprehensive theory element.
This is a comprehensive self - paced program that guides you through both the theory and practical requirements of the DBYD Locator Certification Program.
Improving the locating skills of Australia ’s locators is a key priority of Locating Unlimited and we applaud and fully support the effort that DBYD has gone to in introducing this program. Locating Unlimited is providing a guide to help you identify any deficiencies that you may have with your locating knowledge, and once identified we can help you to find solutions to improve your abilities and knowledge.
Go into the assessment with confidence, without the fear of the unknown.
This guide is in no way a guarantee of passing the assessment; however, you will have a better chance of passing if you are confident that you thoroughly know all that is presented in the program.
Please read BEFORE pressing the enrol now button.
These are the steps required to enrol in this on-line course:
After you press the Enrol Now button you will be taken to an email verification page – enter your email and press the submit button
An email will be sent that will verify your email – you need to click on the link in the email
This will take you to the registration page - fill in the required details including a Username and Password then press “Create an Account”
This now opens the payment page with Visa and Mastercard accepted as payment ($90.00 + GST)
Once payment has been successful press next to start the course
You can re-visit the course for a period of 2 months without any additional charge – you will need to login using the "Existing User" tab and by entering your Username and Password.
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