RPL or Recognition of Prior Learning assesses the ICT skills that an individual without any ICT or tertiary ICT qualification brings along from his professional experience and exposure. The RPL assessing authority, Australian Computer Society (ACS), assesses the skills that the applicant possesses in this domain before he is allowed visa towards Australian migration. And, they do that by assessing the applicants with ICT or non-ICT qualifications. While the applicants who possess desired ICT qualifications can do that by submitting the desired documents that validate their qualifications, the non-ICT background applicants need to submit the ACS RPL Report Form.
As you can see, the intent to conduct the ACS skill assessment for RPL is to give equal opportunity to non-ICT qualified professionals. The opportunity allows such applicants a fair chance to showcase the skills they have acquired through working professionally over these years. They might not have had the opportunity to acquire ICT qualifications through a degree or diploma in Australian universities, but they have acquired the required skills. And, this has been possible through several years of experience in the professional ICT d. Through RPL they can showcase the “Key Areas of Knowledge”.
ACS RPL Skills Assessment requirements
While submitting the ACS project report form, the candidates have to submit two project reports. In one of the reports, the project undertaken in the last five years should be mentioned and in another, the project undertaken in the last three years. ACS follows certain parameters for the RPL assessment process that are mentioned below.
- The techniques used to manage files and database and file design
The contribution of the candidates to design and implementation of the projects and processes
The techniques used during project management and assurance of the quality
The network topologies including size the security facilities that the candidate has installed
Various procedures followed during design and the programming languages used
The methodologies that the candidates used in analysis of system and design
The details about the nature of responsibilities in an organisation
The managerial activities of the candidates in the field of ICT
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Different Categories of RPL Assessments
An applicant can request for RPL ACS assessment under different categories:
1. The first category comprises of those who are degree holders, not having any specific content to showcase pertaining ICT. However, they hold professional exposure in the field, for a minimum of six years. Of course, the field of employment must corroborate with the ANZSCO Code.
2. The second category belongs to those applicants who not even have the tertiary qualifications pertaining ICT. So they would need to bring in two add-on years of skilled employment in the ICT segment, to the table. Although these two years might/not align to the ANZSCO Code.
What is expected of an ACS Project Report form for RPL?
The RPL applicant must submit two relevant project reports through the ACS Project Report Form. While one of them needs to be a project undertaken in the past three years, the other one needs to be undertaken within the past five years.
Parameters that Need Consideration for Skill Assessment basis ACS Guidelines:
The applicant needs to put forth details on different technologies used, techniques followed, towards ensuring quality and project management
They need to highlight specific topologies pertaining the network requirements and installed secure facilities
Specify personal contributions by way of design element that led to a smooth implementation
Specific methodologies for system analysis and design
Techniques used for Database design and management
Specify the programming languages and design paradigms
Highlight the managerial aspect of the projects, roles and responsibilities that cater to ICT requirements.