RPL Cert IV Building And Construction

DLI training delivers flexible and affordable training courses to warehousing and construction industries around NSW with highly skilled trainers and assessors who are dedicated to assisting our students through every stage of their course.​

RPL Training Courses

What is RPL?

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is an assessment process that involves assessment of an individual’s relevant prior learning. Assessment will be based on your knowledge, skills and experience.

What are the benefits of RPL?

Doing a RPL will enable you to get a building and construction qualification in a much shorter time while you keep focusing on your day-to-day work and many other benefits which includes but not limited to:

  • No need to attend classes
  • Keep working and earn money
  • Get a qualification and test your knowledge and experience
  • Better work opportunity
  • Takes you shorter time than doing a class-based studying
  • Meet building and construction licence requirement

Our RPL Process

  • RPL Application
  • Resume
  • Credit transfer if available

Provide evidence using our RPL tool

  • Evidence & Documents review
  • Site visits

RTO advice if further training or assessment needed

  • Interview and questions
  • Assessment using different methods
  • CPC40110 – Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

Credit Transfer

Where the student has already attained a unit of competence, this can be applied to their current enrolment meaning that they will not have to do that unit again. This is referred to as Credit Transfer.

Students are required to notify DLI Training at enrolment of the intention to apply for Credit Transfer and submit certified transcripts and/or statements of attainment as evidence.

Only units that are equivalent in content is considered for Credit Transfer.

Gap Training and Assessment

Assessment methods may include:

  • Written questioning
  • Oral questioning
  • Practical demonstration
  • Case studies
  • Role plays
  • Research
  • Assignments
  • Projects

Assessment may occur in the classroom under supervision, at home or in the workplace. It may have time limitations or be flexible in terms of submission. These will vary depending on the specific course requirements.

It is the general policy of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) that a student must achieve a 100% result in each assessment.

The trainer will usually work with students to ensure that they understand the learnings of the unit and where possible the assessments.

Check your eligibility online

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  • Qualifications
  • Contact details

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