Benifits For RPL

RPL is important in Australia as employers are seeking out workers who have qualifications and the major reason for an increasing demand for workers with qualifications is to ensure the deepening of the skills base in Australia thus creating more workers with higher skill levels.
In Australia the benefits of RPL have been identified by employers and learners as follows:
Individuals use recognition of prior learning because of it:
Save Money 
RPL is a cost-effective way of achieving your qualification, allowing you to save a substantial amount off of your course fees. Because you’re not studying an entire course, but rather undergoing skills recognition, you only pay for the service of recognition provided and the cost of the qualification.
  • Cheaper than traditional study

  • Simple fee-for-service payment

  • Flexible, interest-free payment plan available

  • No, study debt


Save Time 

RPL can be completed within weeks, exempting you from studying some or all the units of your qualification.
  • saves time because they do not have to repeat learning for skills or knowledge they already have

  • Skills recognition and RPL completed within weeks

  • Exemption on some or all units of your qualification

  • allows for employment-related gains and career development opportunities

Save Effort 
Avoid repeat learning and classroom study by recognizing what you already know, online and from the comfort of your home.
No study means minimal effort required. The entire process is conducted online so you won’t have to travel.  All you need to do is provide evidence of your competency, and we’ll do the rest for you.
  • Easy-to-use online platform

  • No repetition of already gained training

  • Designated Facilitator

Employers encourage recognition of prior learning because of it:
  • Provides a way of more effectively and efficiently utilizing skills already in the workforce

  • Allows fast-tracking, which means employees can become fully competent as quickly as possible

  • Enables skill gaps to be identified, providing a sound basis for training needs analysis and career planning

  • Fosters a learning culture, since it builds confidence to undertake further education and training

  • Motivates employees and it can satisfy industry licensing arrangements.