Anyone who has acquired skills and knowledge through formal or informal education, work experience, or other life experiences can be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in Australia.
This means that individuals with various backgrounds, including but not limited to:
- Workers who have gained skills and knowledge through on-the-job training and experience
- People who have completed training courses or formal education in the past
- Individuals who have pursued hobbies or personal interests that have provided them with relevant skills and knowledge
- Volunteers or individuals who have undertaken community work or projects that have developed relevant skills and knowledge
may be eligible for RPL.
The specific requirements and procedures for RPL may vary depending on the qualification and the Registered Training Organization (RTO) or educational institution offering the service. It is best to check with the specific RTO or educational institution to determine their RPL eligibility criteria and requirements.