Star Training

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) ONLY

Starts from

$450*

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for current Traffic Management Workers

Star Training and Assessing recognises that there are Temporary Traffic Management Workers who have worked for many years in the industry and therefore can demonstrate competence under the new AustRoads National Training Framework without the need to fulfill the full training requirements that a new entrant into the industry is required to fulfill.

Star Training and Assessing offers a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process for Temporary Traffic Management Workers who can demonstrate past working experience in Traffic Management.

The applicant will be required to collect and provide the RTO with extensive evidence in order for an RPL to be granted.

BookDurationPay OnlineVia Phone
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for combined TC1 and TMI1Approx. 2 hours$450$460
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for combined TC2 and TMI2Approx. 2 hours$450$460
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for TMI3Approx. 2 hours$450$460

An applicant must first undertake an RPL for TC1 and/or TMI1 before undertaking an RPL for TC2 and/or TMI2 etc.

Booking example –
If you require an RPL for TC2/TMI2, please first book in and RPL for TC1/TMI1, then complete a separate booking for TC2/TMI2. Both can be booked on the same date.

All course fee’s include fee’s payable to AustRoads for student registration.

The assessor will check the evidence you have provided on the day of assessment and advise you if further information will be required.

This Assessment fee is non-refundable.
If more information is required you can rebook into another assessment day (free of charge) or alternatively book into complete the full course if appropriate for your circumstance (additional gap fees will apply).

Location

At one of our Melbourne training facilities:

16 Laser Drive, Rowville VIC 3178
153 Australis Drive, Derrimut VIC 3026

RPL PROCESS STEPS

Students will need to click the links below and print off their RPL Application form.  These documents provide all the information you will require for your RPL.

Please note: An applicant must first undertake an RPL for TC1 and/or TMI1 before undertaking an RPL for TC2 and/or TMI2 etc.  In other words, a student for example cannot receive an RPL for TMI3 without first undertaking an RPL for TMI1 then TMI2.

STEP 1 – Collect evidence

A critical step in your RPL application will be the need for you to provide evidence for your application.

Documents you may provide to support your application include:

Workplace documents

  • Any licences/tickets/authorisations
  • Resume or details of work history
  • Certificates from in-house or formal training courses completed
  • Diaries/task sheets/job sheets/log books
  • Site training records
  • Site competencies held record
  • References/letters from current and/or previous employers/supervisors

 Remember you will need to supply contact details of one or two work referees (third parties) who can confirm your skills.

The Approved Training Provider (ATP) and the ATP Assessor have the right to refuse your RPL application if sufficient evidence is not provided or confirmed.

STEP 2 – Insure you have collected all evidence and book in an RPL Assessment on our website or by phone.

  1. Collect the evidence you need to support your application
  2. Remember, you are signing a declaration stating that the information you provide, including any copies of documents or licenses you are supplying as evidence, is authentic.
  3. Book in for an RPL Assessment on our website or via phone.

 

STEP 3 – Assessor to check

The assessor will check the evidence you have provided and advise you if further information will be required.  If more information is required you can rebook into another assessment day (free of charge) or alternatively book into complete the full course if appropriate for your circumstance (additional gap fees will apply).

STEP 4 – Conversation with Assessor

The conversation provides an opportunity for you to confirm your skills and experience identified in your RPL application.  This will also confirm your industry currency and understanding of the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management, Australian Standards and jurisdictional specific standards.

STEP 5 – Completion of Challenge Test

You will be given a Written Assessment on the day for you to complete. This must be completed successfully.

STEP 6 – Notification

The ATP Assessor will discuss the outcome of your RPL application and if successful you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment and Wallet Card for the RPL level you have completed.

  • Extensive evidence and history working in the Traffic Management Industry
  • Evidence of holding at a minimum RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop/slow bat and/or RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans
  • Evidence of holding a Construction Induction Card (White Card)
  • If booking an RPL for TC2 and/or TMI2/TMI3. Evidence you hold TC1 and/or TMI1
  • Participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English
  • NOTE: An applicant must first undertake an RPL for TC1 and/or TMI1 before undertaking an RPL for TC2 and/or TMI2 etc.  In other words, a student for example cannot receive an RPL for TMI3 without first undertaking an RPL for TMI1 then TMI2.
  • Completed RPL Application Form for the level you are applying for with all required evidence including evidence of holding at a minimum RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop/slow bat and/or RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans and evidence of holding a Construction Induction Card (White Card)
  • Government issued photo identification
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI)
The ATP Assessor will discuss the outcome of your RPL application and if successful you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment and Wallet Card for the RPL level you have completed.
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