Benefit of RPL

Turn your experience or overseas qualification into a nationally recognised qualification. Fill in any knowledge gaps with our easy & fast RPL Process. Once your skills are certified by a Qualify Me! partner provider, your career will fly.

Fast
Get Qualified In Weeks Not Years
Save $$$
Cost Effective Method of Attaining Your Qualification
No Study
No Classroom Study Required
Career
Enhanced Your Career Opportunities
Recognised
Nationally Recognised Qualifications
Make $$$
Make More Money With New Revenue Streams

RPL process

1. Free Skills Assessment
We discuss what your goals are and help you choose the right qualification that matches your skills and show you what you need to do to achieve your goals.
2. Evidence Portfolio
Gather evidence such as: current resumé, reference letters, work examples/ samples, photos/ videos, certificates and transcripts and overseas qualifications.
3. Skills Check
Once our assessors have gone through your portfolio, they will call you in for a competency conversation and a practical observation if required.
4. Qualified!
All certificates are Nationally Recognised and issued by a Qualify Me! partner college. Now you can grab that license or promotion.

What Is RPL

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.

For example, someone who has spent many years working as a PA within an office setting will have developed many skills that are considered to be part of a qualification in business administration. Previous work experience in a garage may have provided someone with competencies that are relevant to a qualification in mechanics. In some cases, previous work, voluntary and learning experiences may not be sufficient to provide an individual will a full recognition of prior learning. However, the competencies he or she has gained can be used as credit towards units of competency and may reduce the amount of time or the number of modules a student is required to complete a qualification.