If you have experience in a safety role, then you may be eligible for the Certificate IV WHS via RPL, or recognition of prior learning.

What is Recognition of Prior Learning?
RPL is the formal recognition of your skills and knowledge which you might have acquired through:
-Formal or informal training.
-Work experience.
-Life experience.
You are assessed against the competencies of the qualification you wish to gain.

How does it work?
Applying to gain the Certificate IV in WHS qualification via RPL generally follows the process below:
-Contact us for a no obligation consultation.
-We explain the RPL process and provide you with a list of the relevant competencies you wish to RPL against.
-If you have worked in a full time safety role for more than two years you will be provided with a one page RPL checklist stating typical evidence required to aid in demonstrating competency towards the Certificate IV in WHS.
-We identify any additional training that you might need (many of our clients do not require this).
-We provide flexible training if needed, including distance and on-line learning.
-We assess your evidence.
-If successful you receive your qualification.

Why do my Certificate IV in WHS via RPL?
With RPL, your existing safety skills and knowledge can count towards your Cert IV WHS qualification and you only need to complete the units or subjects which are new to you. This can save time and you can gain your qualification sooner.

To learn more about how you can gain your Cert IV WHS qualification via RPL, call us on 02 9501 1516 or email your enquiry to [email protected]

Information on completing the Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety via the learning or study option can be found at our Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety page.