RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)
Upgrade your qualification from $499
Currently working in the industry and want recognition for the work that you are doing by obtaining a Nationally Recognised Qualification?
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is assessment only and involves the assessment of previously unrecognised skills and knowledge an individual has achieved outside the formal education and training system in respect of a specific units or qualification.
We look at past jobs, life experience, samples of work and any industry representative endorsements you may have and use methods to establish your competency against a national set of standards and offer qualification recognition or part of.
This is not for everyone however, if you are currently working in the industry you are seeking recognition for, this may be an option for you. You will have 3 months to meet the requirements required to be deemed competent in the qualification, which will be discussed with your assessor.
What we offer:
Being assessed by our recognition of prior learning specialist.
Easy and straight forward process.
Recognition of prior learning is currently available for the following qualifications:
Please click on the course for more information about the qualification.
Complete our enquiry form to speak to one of our specialists:
Terms and Conditions:
Acceptance on an RPL course is based on individual circumstances which will be discussed with your assessor.
RPL needs to be paid before commencement.
You will have 3 months to meet the requirements required to be deemed competent in the qualification, every additional month after will cost $50.
You must be currently working in the industry.
To obtain your RPL all units will be assessed and evidence will need to be provided.
If you are not successful on all units then you will be offered the opportunity to complete training for those units at a cost.
You will need to have all your evidence verified by a qualified supervisor
A person will be eligible for subsidised training if they are:
• an Australian citizen;
• a permanent visa holder;
• a holder of visa subclass 309, 310, 820, 826 or 851; or
• a dependent or spouse of the primary holder of a visa subclass 457.