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17 Jul Construction

Start building your career on a firm foundation you already have in the first place!

Learning from actual work and life experiences in general result in forms of knowledge that are conspicuously different from those learnings acquired in an academy. This fact cannot be given emphasis enough. In its most fundamental form, Recognition of Prior Learning or RPL, supports flexible paths into and within higher education. Further, RPL promotes lifelong learning, recognizes the skilled labor market, enhances everyone’s access to learning institutions, and help well-equipped, experienced and skillful workers acquire “qualified” status without being constrained to re-learn what you already know.

If you already have a wide range of experience working within residential and non-residential buildings, and engineering construction disciplines, then why waste precious time and money learning through it all over again? Do not let your prior hard work and expertise be put to waste. Get your skills and experience recognised through RPL, and reduce the time and lessen the workload that it takes for you to progress on your career, grab that coveted promotion, moreover, start your own firm in the construction industry.

1Comment
  • Diaeddin Mohammad Hussein
    Posted at 06:37h, 30 March Reply

    Hi, I am Diaeddin,
    I have 5 years experience in re-stumping and underpinning and worked in construction for a very long time. However, I do not have proof of papers or certificates but my experience and knowledge on how to do start and finish the job according to the standards of the regulations. I would like to get a re-stumping licence and will appreciate if you can show me any alternative way of getting it.

    My regards.

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