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 an RPL kit.
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.
Part B: a third party report, which will list practical units observed by an industry expert (independent referee or your assessor); a practical observation report, which maps the elements observed when undertaking each practical task within each unit of compentency. A short interview (face-to-face/phone/video call) would follow to complete the second step.
If the self-assessment tool shows that RPL is unlikely, you will be offered an individual training plan.
The third 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.
The fourth step: You are issued with a nationally recognised qualification.
*If it is determined that gaps exist in your skills, you will be notified and offered training in that area.
Contact us to discuss your options, as practical assessment requirements will vary between qualifications.
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