What are the benefits of recognition for you?
How does the RPL process work?
The first step: Complete your free SKILLS ASSESSMENT
The second step: You will be sent feedback on your assessment. If you are a suitable candidate for RPL, you will be offered Part A of our RPL kit, which your assessor will discuss with you.
The kit includes:
Part A: a self-assessment tool where you list all units to be considered for RPL. All work history, previous training and qualifications, and your resume should be attached. It also includes a third party report, which will list practical units observed by an industry expert (independent referee or your assessor);
If the self-assessment tool shows that RPL is unlikely, you will be offered an individual training plan.
The third step:
Part B: a practical observation report, which maps the elements observed when undertaking each practical task within each unit of competency. A verbal knowledge assessment (face-to-face/phone/video call) would follow to complete the third step.
This step is completed by your Assessor.
The fourth step: Once your evidence has been reviewed and if it is established that competency has been met in all units*, the enrolment process would take place.
*If it is determined that gaps exist in your skills, you will be notified and offered training in that area, then reassessed.
The fifth step: You are issued with a nationally recognised qualification.
Contact us to discuss your options, as practical assessment requirements will vary between qualifications.
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