To prove that you have qualified for RPL, you will need to provide evidence to support your application. The evidence required will depend on the qualification or certification being sought and the provider offering the assessment. Generally, evidence may include:
- Work samples: These may include examples of work completed in the relevant field, such as reports, project plans, or case studies.
- References: These may include letters of recommendation from supervisors, managers, or clients who can attest to your skills and experience in the relevant field.
- Certificates and transcripts: These may include any formal qualifications or training completed in the relevant field.
- Training records: These may include records of any training or professional development completed in the relevant field, including attendance at workshops, seminars, or conferences.
- Performance appraisals: These may include records of performance reviews, feedback from supervisors or colleagues, or evidence of any awards or recognition received.
- Job descriptions: These may include copies of job descriptions or position statements that outline the skills and knowledge required for the relevant role.
- Other relevant documents: These may include any other relevant documents that can support your application, such as licenses, permits, or certifications.
Once you have gathered your evidence, you will need to submit it to the relevant provider for assessment. The provider will review your evidence and make a determination on whether you meet the requirements for the qualification or certification being sought. If successful, you will receive a formal recognition of your prior learning in the form of a qualification or certification.