How is the Evidence and Certificate Assessed?
Complete the Enquiry Form below and our RPL team will contact you to discuss your knowledge, skills and experience within the building and construction industry. They will also send you the course RPL Evidence Guide which details the information you would need to supply to support and verify your skills, knowledge, and experience.
One of our experienced RPL assessors will contact you and conduct a thorough and in-depth Competency Conversation. They will also advise you of any further evidence needed to finalise your RPL/RCC assessment.
Once the assessor has received your supporting RPL/RCC documents they will assess any RPL/RCC that may apply against your knowledge, skills and experience as it relates against the course you are seeking RPL/RCC. There may be times when we will ask you for further information. You will be kept in the loop regarding the process every step of the way.
After the assessor has conducted the RPL/RCC assessment they will send you an RPL/RCC Advice Letter. The Advice Letter sets out any exemptions that have been applied to units or tasks and what gap training may still be required.
Supporting your RPL Application
Depending on the units or qualification being assessed will depend on the type of evidence you will need to supply to support your assessment. Any evidence that you submit must be your own and relate to your own experience, skills, and knowledge within the construction industry.
Evidence can include: