Did you know that your “on the job training” and years of experience in handling claims can now lead to you obtaining a formal, recognised qualification? Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the key that opens this door.
What is Recognition of Prior Learning?
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process by which individuals who have gained skills and knowledge through informal, non-formal or experiential learning can be assessed, recognised and awarded credits for such learning if it meets the requirements of an NQF registered qualification or part qualification such as the Insurance Claims Administrator Qualification.
What are the benefits of RPL?
|●||The skills the candidates have acquired in the workplace over the years are recognised.|
|●||Candidates do not have to repeat learning for skills and knowledge they already have.|
|●||It reduces time spent to gain a qualification by not having to undertake unnecessary training.|
|●||It identifies gaps in the candidate’s existing knowledge and skills and learning required to meet the requirements of a particular job or qualification.|
Do I qualify for RPL?
To qualify for the RPL process a candidate needs a minimum of 3 years working experience in a claim’s environment. This experience should be continuous practical experience not more than 1 year prior to application. You can click here to download the Self-Assessment to test your current knowledge before applying for RPL.
What happens after completion of RPL?
After successful completion of all the components of the qualification, candidates will be registered for the External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA).
The purpose is of the EISA is to promote consistency and credibility of the occupational qualifications issued. The external assessment will be conducted by means of written assessments at accredited assessment centres approved by Moonstone Information Refinery and the Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) will do the certification after successful completion of the EISA.
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