In Australia, there is no set amount of experience required to apply for RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning). Instead, RPL is designed to recognize the skills and knowledge that you have already gained through work or other experiences, regardless of the amount of time that you have spent in the industry.
To be eligible for RPL, you will need to provide evidence that demonstrates your skills and knowledge in the relevant area. This might include work samples, certificates, transcripts, and other documentation that shows your experience and expertise. The evidence you provide will be assessed against the requirements for the qualification, and you will be granted credit for any units or modules that you have already completed.
Keep in mind that RPL is not a guaranteed way to gain a qualification, and the amount of credit you receive will depend on the quality and relevance of your evidence. It is important to carefully review the requirements for the qualification and to provide as much evidence as possible to support your application.