RPL for Former and Serving Police, Australian Defence Force & Emergency Personnel
Australian Forensic Services acknowledges the challenges of transitioning from a professional role to a civilian job, where skills and knowledge may not always align with formal qualifications.
To assist in recognising skills and knowledge in a professional field to obtain a nationally recognised qualifications, Australian Forensic Services can help with free Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment.
If there are any gaps in skills & knowledge AFS can train you to get qualified. Contact us at email@example.com for any queries or more information.
Australian Forensic Services values the dedication you’ve shown to your country, and we are here to assist you in advancing your career in the civilian workforce.
What is RPL?
RPL, or Recognition of Prior Learning, involves recognising and acknowledging an individual’s skills and knowledge acquired through their work experience. Many training participants possess well-established skills and knowledge acquired through various employment or volunteering experiences, often aligning with the requirements of vocational training.
What Evidence Do I Need?
The table below will outline the evidence required by AFS for obtaining your nationally recognised qualification. Once you have collected all the necessary evidence, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can assist you further with your application.
Evidence required (minimum):
- Current or most recent copy of job description/duty statement
- Any relevant/previous qualifications & transcripts
Other evidence you could include but not limiting to:
- Professional development training
- Mandatory training records
- Any documents that you think would benefit your application
As your application is being processed, you may be contacted by the assessor to provide further documentation.
This qualification reflects the roles of individuals delivering training and assessment services in the vocational education and training (VET) sector and is also suitable preparation for those engaged in the delivery of training and assessment of competence in a workplace context, as a component of a structured VET program.
Qualifications designed for officers working in operational roles undertaking government investigation related functions, with a particular focus on meeting the ethical and legislative requirements of the public service.
The personnel vetting specialisation covers the skills required for working without supervision within a personal security area.
Allows for the attainment of occupational specific competencies for those working in operational roles undertaking government security related functions, with a particular focus on meeting the ethical and legislative requirements of the public service.
For those working in operational roles undertaking government security related functions, with a particular focus on meeting the ethical and legislative requirements of the public service.
This qualification specialisation covers the skills required for those responsible for the conduct of statutory investigation and enforcement requirements
These courses are exclusively offered through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) unless there is a sufficient number of participants to conduct a face-to-face course.
If you are interested in a face-to-face course, please get in touch with us
The Advanced Diploma of Government qualification allows for the attainment of competencies required for work in the public sector which is autonomous and often non-routine. The qualification is targeted at those who enter the public sector with another qualification as well as those progressing within the sector.
This qualification provides occupational specialisation in factual investigation and surveillance, and a pathway to further learning and work in investigations management.
Leading other trainers and assessors in providing mentoring or advice to new trainers or assessors as well as designing approaches to learning and assessment strategies.
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