Do you already know what you're doing but need formal qualifications?

All you need to do is ..... RPL

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is "the acknowledgement of the skills and knowledge" that you have already gained through previous work, studies, and life experiences that relate to this qualification.

If you are granted RPL in a unit of competency, you do not have to re-study that unit. For example, if you are the officer for customer complaints in your current role, you will be asked to show evidence of competency and once demonstrated, you will have that unit accredited.

If you have a job that demonstrates any or all of the competencies or you have the skills and knowledge of any or all of the units of competency, please contact Christa College to access your RPL kit.

CREDIT TRANSFER

If you have completed any units from the qualification with another Registered Training Organisation, you will be eligible for credit on provision of a verified Qualification/Record of Results and/or Statement of Attainment.

Christa College Flow Process RPL-

 

 

 

1. Click here to phone or email Christa College to discuss the program options, fees and charges.

2. Click here to access and read the student handbook (with RPL).

3. Click here to locate your Unique Student Identifier (USI). (Support available if necessary).

4. Click here to be redirected to the enrolment form - to be completed.

5. We will provide an offer of enrolment and send you your starting date and welcome pack. 

Designed for those who wish to work in an administrative role, this course covers all aspects of such roles.

13 units need to be completed. Should you have some existing industry experience in the competencies listed, you can apply for RPL to attain the qualification or a statement of attainment in Certificate III in Business Administration BSB30415.

It is important to understand that enrolling into an RPL course doesn't automatically result in the issuing of a qualification. Success in RPL depends on the quality, authenticity and validity of workplace evidence submitted as well as the relevance of work experience to the competencies enrolled.