The Recognition of Prior Learning approach acknowledges that candidates may have gained appropriate knowledge, understanding, and skills during their previous work experience (paid or unpaid), be it in Australia or further afield. It also takes into consideration any competencies the individual will have developed as a result of engaging in learning experiences in Australia or overseas. RTOs take into consideration an individual’s existing skills and knowledge as acquired in a practical, non-formal or formal learning setting as a means of assessing whether that person can demonstrate the required competencies associated with the relevant Australian standards. This process is referred to as recognition of prior learning.
You need to have current and valid industry experience to qualify for an RPL program. As a rule of thumb, it is important to complete an initial skills assessment to determine whether an RPL program is right for you.
Based on your current and valid industry experience in your field, you will need to bring in a portfolio of evidences to the training centre, so the assessor can crossmatch them with the unit required within the course.
We provide a process of collecting evidences of the skills a candidate has developed within a structured environment, training, and other relevant workplace experiences.
On completion of your course/ RPL assessments, you will be officially recognised as being able to take your qualification and apply for your license if required.
At All Skills College, our goal is to get you qualified fast. We priorities recognising skills you have and then fill in the gaps of your knowledge and skill set.
We are equipped with in-house training facilities.
All Skills College provides RPL + Gap Training.
Take the FREE Self-Assessment now!