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Getting started – About RPL
Gathering evidence for RPL
Using this document, you can undertake an evaluation of your skills and knowledge against the requirements of the TAA units. This will help you decide whether you’re going to be successful with RPL, and get you started with gathering your evidence for assessment.
The interview/competency conversation
Your assessor may ask you to participate in an interview (also known as a ‘competency conversation’) as part of your RPL assessment. In this interview, he/she will ask questions about your skills and knowledge in relation to the requirements of the unit/s for which you’re seeking RPL. The following document provides you with examples of the kinds of questions that your assessor may ask.
You may be required to undertake some practical tasks for your RPL assessment, so that you can demonstrate your skills and knowledge whilst being observed by your assessor. The following document provides you with examples of the kinds of tasks that you may be required to do.
Forms and documents you may need
Your assessor will most likely provide you with all the necessary forms and documents for your RPL assessment, however the following examples may be helpful.