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Recognition of prior learning (RPL)

You know what you're doing - get your skills recognised!

You're good at what you do and you've been doing it for years. Whether your experience has been through paid employment or as a volunteer, you now have the opportunity to gain a qualification through a process called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Boost your career prospects and earning potential with a nationally accredited qualification through South Regional TAFE.

What is Recognition of Prior Learning?

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process that allows a person to receive recognition and credit for the skills and knowledge they have, no matter how and where they were attained. This can include skills and knowledge acquired through training, paid employment, voluntary positions and general life experience.

Applying to obtain nationally recognised qualifications has never been easier and South Regional TAFE is committed to keeping the RPL process simple.

How am I assessed?

There are many forms of assessment, and these can be discussed with an RPL assessor before assessment.

The assessment process determines if the outcomes have been achieved to the standard stated in the unit.

Credit for successful RPL is the same as that given to an enrolled student and does not discriminate in any way. RPL assessment can result in credit for a unit within a course, or entry to a course. It is based on evidence provided by the applicant.

How much does RPL cost?

RPL is an enrolment process and RPL fees (non-refundable) are required at the time of enrolment.

National recognition

South Regional TAFE will recognise all qualifications issued under the Australian Recognition Framework. Your South Regional TAFE qualification will be recognised across Australia.

How to apply

Download the Recognition of Prior Learning Candidate Information and Application Form.

FAQ

Check out the frequently asked questions about RPL here.

 

Page last updated January 20, 2017