RPL (Recognition of prior learning) for ACS

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Australian Computer Society (ACS) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of prior learning

RPL (Recognition of prior learning) is a process for Australia skilled migration applicants who do not have an ICT-related qualification but have an impressive background in professional-level ICT employment and wish to apply for an ICT Skills Assessment.

If applicants do not have an ICT-related qualification, they may apply for a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). They will need to have at least 6 years of full time professional ICT work experience if they hold a non ICT qualification and at least 8 years if they do not hold any tertiary qualifications. The purpose of the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application is to give applicants the opportunity to demonstrate that they have acquired a level of knowledge equivalent to that of a formal tertiary ICT qualification.

Applicants are required to submit 2 Project Reports for a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application providing a detailed description of a career episode in your employment history with sufficient detail as evidence of applying the claimed knowledge to a working situation.
Sufficient detail must be provided to demonstrate the depth and breadth of applicants knowledge associated with a formal course of study. The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)application is the only type of Australian Computer Society (ACS) application that requires project reports.

We are proud to assist applicants who are preparing Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application form for Australian Computer Society (ACS) in order to assess for migration.

Please note that from the 1st February 2010, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) skills assessment process has been changed and the ACS RPL we provide is based on the new format.