RPL report is the method where applicants are provided credit by skills earned through non-formal training programs. While high-class people get facilities for systematic education with periodic examinations, some people somehow miss out. RPL assessment is gaining prominence in the entire world for providing an opportunity for skilled candidates to boost their academic and professional career. The Indian government has also joined the movement to support indigenous or hidden talent.
RPL recognizes the merit or skill, irrespective of the source of learning. People with low educational degrees but sufficient professional experience are awarded skill certificates based on their competency level and eagerness to learn more.
How is RPL conducted in India?
RPL report in Australia is a national mission in India, associated with the National Skill Development Corporation. Many independent social service organizations have joined the government’s initiative for skill recognition and development. RPL assessment is a highly structured and process, conducted by experts called RPL facilitators. It needs to be transparent for the best outcomes. The venue selected for evaluation is an RPL training camp or at the employer’s site.
At first, the applicants are mobilized to RPL centres or camps, where the assessment is to be conducted. Next, the pre-screening and counselling phase follows. Any own doubts over the assessment program are dispelled. In the third phase of orientation, the facilitators guide the candidates about the assessment format. They also encourage the applicants to perform well in the assessment. Finally, the applicants are examined, for specific skills. The qualified candidates get cash awards for financial support. They also get skill certificates, highlighting their expertise in one particular professional domain, say construction or fine arts. The overall aim is to help the assessed candidates to recognize their potential and enhance their professional.
RPL report is the method where applicants are provided credit by skills earned through non-formal training programs. While high-class people get facilities for systematic education with periodic examinations, some people somehow miss out.