Fast-Track Your Career With RPL At Chartall Business College


Throughout your life, you've probably picked up some skills that weren't explicitly taught to you in a formal setting.



Maybe you learned how to ride a bike, or how to play an instrument. Maybe you developed a profound appreciation for poetry. Maybe you even picked up some valuable procedures at work that aren't taught in school. Regardless, you can use these skills and competencies to fast-track your career through recognition of prior learning (RPL). 

What is Recognition of Prior Learning?

The process that enables the formal assessment of informal learning is called recognition of prior learning (RPL).

Click here to watch recording. In this webinar, Chartall Business College discussed who is eligible for RPL, how to maximise your informal learning, and fast-track your career through RPL.

This will save you time and money (and avoid wasting both). Another advantage of RPL is that it could help you get credit for previous experience - this means more time saved, because it's possible to earn credit for things like on-the-job experience without having actually done them for a qualification. For example, if you worked as an assistant editor at a film company instead of doing an editing qualification, then you could use this experience as evidence of your competence in editing.

RPL is an assessment process that enables you to fast-track your career. The assessment process enables you to demonstrate what you have learned from informal learning and use it to understand how you can apply those skills and knowledge in a professional setting. This method of assessment allows you to avoid having to start from scratch and working your way up the ladder, but rather, move up the ladder by showing your current competencies and the ways in which these match positions for which you are seeking employment.





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