RPL for Whom?
RPL program is available in automotive, business, engineering fabrication, engineering boiler making , engineering mechanical trade and in information technology courses.
- For Australian and non-Australian: If you have competences and experience but have never completed an Australian apprenticeship or obtained an academic Australian certificate, you can apply to have your skills assessed.
- For students: RPL provides students an opportunity to have their current skills and competencies recognized. These skills and competencies may relate to units you are about to commence and as a result can exempt you from studying these units.
InTech will offer a direct credit where the unit of competence is the same. InTech reserve the right to offer credit where the units are not identical. All student must apply for credit prior to the start of the course.
All applications for credit transfer must be in writing. The student has the right to access InTech complaints and appeal process if they are not satisfied with the credit transfer process
Credits awarded to International students:
The College is obliged, under section 32 of the ESOS Act (2000) to notify DIBP if an overseas student has been or will be granted credit towards the program offered by the College which leads to a shortening of the student’s program of study. The college is obliged to notify DIBP of the reduced program duration in the COE issued to an overseas student who has been awarded credit towards their intended program of study. The college is also obliged to notify DIBP of the change of program duration which may affect the student visa conditions.