Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications have been popular among international students for many years since it enriches the students with the practical and technical skills required in the working environment.
Entry requirements may vary from institution to institution and from course to course as well. In general, students require to possess a level of study equivalent to grade 10-12 in an Australian high school, and a proficiency in the English language of IELTS 5.5/ TOEFL or other equivalent and accepted language tests.
The process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), allows a person to receive the recognition and credit for the knowledge and skills they have, no matter how and from where they were attained including overseas. This includes the skills obtained from a previous study which is from courses at school/college, training programs at work, work experiences including both work which is paid & unpaid and life experiences like leisure pursuits or voluntary work.
To obtain RPL, it is vital to satisfy the student’s knowledge and skills with the learning outcomes and assessment criteria of the qualification in which the student is seeking credit. The assessment of RPL can result in a full qualification or a statement of attainment for partial completion.
You can ask further details regarding the RPL assessment by the university you wish to apply for.