Recognition of prior learning and credit transfer
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
What is RPL
RPL is an assessment process that acknowledges the skills and knowledge you already have.
RPL skills may have been gained through
- Formal or informal training and education
- Work experience
- general life experience
- Any combination of the above
RPL can result in a full qualification, or a Statement of Attainment for partial completion of a qualification
Recognition of skills
The recognition of skills and knowledge should be acknowledged regardless of where, when or how they were achieved. The skills of an individual are assessed against relevant standards established by industry.
The principles of assessment are the same as those used in training, the assessment processes can be quite different. The evidence of competencies still assessed in relation to specific units of competency, but it can be done in a number of ways, including:
- work samples
- practical demonstrations at work
- references and/or interviews with supervisors – third party reports
- certificates or performance reviews
- other documented evidence (ie photos of work samples)
It is the evidence that is presented by the applicant that is assessed.
Credit transfer involves assessing a previously completed course or subject to see if it provides equivalent learning or competency outcomes to those required withing the students course of study. It is used when seeking credit for a course or subject already completed. Credit transfer is previous formal learning.
Please contact ASEC to discuss the process for applying for RPL and/or Credit transfer
Office: 02 6134-6631
Mobile: 0416 257 044
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The handbook has been prepared for potential students enrolling in training programs with ASEC.
It provides information that will assist you to make an informed decision regarding enrolment and services provided by ASEC.
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