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RPL

What is RPL?

Recognition of Prior Learning is an assessment process, where your skills acquired through work, life experiences, volunteer or qualifications obtained from formal studies, in Australia or/and overseas (formal, informal and non-formal learning), are the base to determine the credit outcomes in a nationally recognized qualification. It helps you can obtain qualifications based on your unique set of skills and experience.

What are the Benefits of RPL?

Following the simple steps of assessing your skills through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can have a wide range of benefits for your career and lifestyle. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) will help you to:

⦁ Recognized your skills & knowledge and convert them into nationally recognized qualification.
⦁ Increase your career security.
⦁ Find a new career or promotion.
⦁ Avoid duplication of study, training and assessment that you already have progress to other education and training programs.
⦁ Reduce the cost and time to complete or achieve a qualification.

How Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can work for you

How Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can work for you

Working with Skills Certified Australia to have your skills recognised through RPL can have a wide range of benefits for your career and lifestyle. Achieving a nationally recognised qualification through Skills Certified Australia’s partner RTOs can have multiple benefits, including:

Saving you time and money

Improved career prospects

Avoiding the repetition of previous training

Continuous professional development

Help with immigration and visa requirements

NO face to face classroom-study

Meeting relevant industry & licensing requirements

Higher education credit exemptions

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5 step rpl process

1

Submit your Application Form

3

Interview

5

Provide Information

2

Tools of RPL Self-Assessment

4

Get qualified