A guide to RPL for students of the Australian School of Remedial Therapies. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About RPL What is RPL or credit?
RPL or a Credit is where a student may gain exemption by proving their previous recognised qualification and existing application and understanding of the knowledge and skills required to achieve the outcomes of the subjects where recognition or credit is sought.
What are the benefits of applying for recognition or credit?
You could give exemption of assessment of certain subjects.
What kind of work and life experiences could be used for RPL?
Work experience gained from in the workplace.
Volunteer work in the community.
What sort of things can be used as evidence? Examples of evidence may include:
Training and/or qualification certificates
Awards and or certificates of merit
What is the RPL Application process?
Contact administration for the ASRT RPL Competency Self-Assessment Check List and provide any relevant evidence.
Provide a résumé and any supportive documentation to assist your application.
Undertake an interview with our qualified assessor
Undertake a demonstration of practical competency session with our qualified assessor
Undertake written assessments with our qualified if required.
Can I do anything if I am not happy about my RPL decision?
You can appeal the decision by making an appointment to see the Head of the Australian School of Remedial Therapies. The Principle's decision is final.
How shall a credit appear on my academic transcript?
Your Statement of Results shall show any successful credit with a code.
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