Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) is the process of recognising your knowledge, skills and experience that has been gained from work experience, life experience, formal and informal learning.
Your skills will be assessed against national occupational standards. This will be done by an RPEL assessor. You may be asked to:
- Provide training certificates
- Answer questionnaires
- Produce workplace documents
- Demonstrate practical tasks
- Submitting references
Our assessors have several ways for collecting evidence to meet the assessment requirements. In addition to submitting typical RPEL evidence, we can provide interviews, case studies, etc.
There are many options, which your assessor will guide you based on your individual circumstance.
What is RPEL?
Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) is the process of recognising the skills, knowledge and experience that you already have, and converting them into a nationally recognised qualification.
Take the documents you produce at work for example. Most of those are essentially workplace-based versions of the assignments you would be asked to produce if you were in College. Basically what you do in your workplace covers most of the practical and theoratical learning outcomes that make up a qualification.
If you have the experience then you definitely deserve the qualification.
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