Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment of skills of an individual, who do not have ICT qualifications or any tertiary ICT qualifications. Australian Computer Society (ACS) requires an applicant to have necessary skills before they can migrate to Australia. For this reason, ACS assesses the applicants with non- ICT or ICT that is not sufficient. The ICT professionals have to show their qualifications and work experience to the ACS for Australian Skills Migration. For this reason, the applicants without any tertiary ICT qualification have to submit ACS RPL Report Form.
The main purpose of ACS Skill assessment is to give an opportunity to non- ICT qualified professionals to showcase their skills. It also allows them to explain that they have an equivalent amount of skills and how they acquired those skills. They can also include a maximum number of areas in which they have acquired knowledge in the “Key Areas of Knowledge” section of RPL report. This section was formed by ACS Knowledge body for those applicants, who have no ICT qualification similar to that of degree or a diploma in Australian universities but have several years of experience in professional ICT. These candidates can apply for ICT Skills Assessment through RPL assessment process.

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Categories for RPL Assessment Application

There are two categories in which the applicants can apply for RPL ACS assessment. They are mentioned below.

Candidates, who are qualified with a degree but do not have any content, related to ICT, should be a professional ICT employee in an organisation with a minimum of six years experience. The field of employment should be relevant to the nominated discipline ANZSCO Code.
Candidates, who do not have any tertiary qualifications, should have an additional two years of ICT skilled employment, totally eight years of experience. However, these two years of employment does not necessarily be relevant to ANZSCO code.

Source:Quora comments/Olivia Jackson, Australia



IPENZ stands for Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand. It is essential that all engineers willing to work and build trust amongst New Zealanders in the field of engineering are registered as a Professional Engineer by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand. Some overseas engineers, however, are Washington Accord accredited undergraduate engineering degree holders.

It is imperative for engineering professionals looking for opportunities to migrate to and settle in New Zealand to check if their engineering qualifications meet the criteria for registration with IPENZ or are Washington Accord accredited engineering qualifications.

Registration with IPENZ can be achieved by completing their knowledge assessment criteria (KA02) This could sometimes involve completing lengthy forms and answering complicated questions about your engineering qualifications and work experience

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