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Author/s:  Kaye Bowman, Berwyn Clayton, Andrea Bateman, Brian Knight, Peter Thomson, Jo Hargreaves, Kaaren Blom, Marilyn Enders
Co-Author/s:  ANTA, University of Ballarat, CURVE
Publisher/s:  NCVER
Published:  2003 in Australia

Recognition of prior learning in the vocational education and training sector

This report identifies and analyses what drives and what creates barriers to effective implementation of recognition of prior learning (RPL). It has been prepared to provide advice to the National Training Quality Council on how best to support registered training organisation compliance with the standards in the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) Standards for registered training organisations.

The project was commissioned by the Australian National Training Authority to investigate the implications for registered training organisations of recognition of prior learning arrangements in the standards.

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