CCF SA’s policy in relation to National Recognition is to recognise learners’ AQF qualifications and statements of attainment issued by any Australian Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
It is the policy of CCF SA to recognise through Credit Transfer (CT), Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) and/or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), the experience, knowledge, skills and former studies of learners.
Learners may apply to have previous study, informal and formal training, acquired knowledge, work experience and/or life experiences recognised for credit toward courses or qualifications they undertake.
CT, RCC and/or RPL decisions will be valid, fair, reliable, authentic and flexible.
The purpose of this document is to:
This document is applicable to all CCF SA employees and contractors, learners and third parties providing services on CCF SA’s behalf.
CCF SA (RTO: 45621) represents the trading names of:
Applies to units which the learner has completed with another or the same Australian Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and which either is the same as or aligns substantially in content and competency outcomes with the relevant qualification or training package. Such credit may be considered in relation to a qualification or individual unit(s).
The acknowledgement of a person’s skills and knowledge acquired through previous training, work or life experience, which may be used to grant status or credit in a unit. It can lead to a full qualification in the VET sector.
The assessment of a person’s current capacity to perform; it applies if an individual has previously successfully completed the requirements for a unit of competency or a module and is now required to be reassessed to ensure that the competence is being maintained. In this case no extra skills or competencies are nationally recognised. RCC may be required for trade licensing purposes.
Training and administrative staff should refer to the Recognition and Credit Transfer Guidelines for comprehensive guidelines and procedure.
It is the overall responsibility of the Director – Global Learning and Future Directions to ensure that CCF SA complies with National Recognition standards.
It is the responsibility of the Accountable Officer(s) to ensure that:
It is the responsibility of Assessors to ensure that:
It is the responsibility of all staff to acquaint themselves with the process for both RPL and Credit Transfer ensuring prompt and knowledgeable responses to candidate enquiries.