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Skill Shortages

skill shortages

Skill Shortages According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2020 saw the largest unemployment rates in Australia since 1998. Areas where work was once abundant, drastically reduced or ceased to exist completely in some areas. Australians who had worked in the same job for 20 years suddenly found themselves unemployed…


Top 10 RPL Qualifications

RPL qualifications

Top 10 RPL Qualifications Ever wondered what people are ‘RPLing?’ Here are the top 10 RPL qualifications in the 2020 financial year. Recognition of Prior Learning is generally a quick and easy way for experienced people to gain formal qualifications, recognising the skills and knowledge that they already have. We…


Stocktake Your Skills Before EOFY

skills for EOFY

Stocktake Your Skills Before EOFY End of financial year has arrived very quickly. A lot has happened in the previous months and all of us have gone through periods of great change. Some of us have been stood down, our hours reduced or some of us have seen our workloads…


Thinking of RPL for 2019?

RPL application

Thinking of RPL for 2019? Recognition of Prior Learning is a process that is sometimes hard to explain – considering that each RPL application is different and each RPL applicant requires their own plan of attack. When attempting to answer frequently asked questions from potential RPL students, sometimes there is…


RPL in a Nutshell

RPL

RPL in a Nutshell RPL has become a buzzword among those who are seeking to gain a qualification. Over the last few decades, it has also evolved as various VET systems develop. Given its increasing popularity, more and more people today are considering taking the RPL route to achieve a…


Over-skilled, Under-Qualified

Recognition of Prior Learning applications

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2009), when last polled, over 35% of workers held a Certificate, and almost 24% held a Bachelor degree. So we posed the question, what about the other 40% of Australians? Those Australian’s may have yet to jump aboard a fast-moving train, picking up…