Skills and knowledge can be gained in many ways. For example, this could be from formal learning toward a qualification or informal learning, independent study, work, and life experience.
Recognition of prior learning for credit is a process where your existing skills and knowledge (your learning) are evaluated against the outcomes of a qualification, programme, course, module, or assessment standard.
If your skills and knowledge meet some or all the outcomes, these can be recognised by the award of credit towards a qualification, programme, course, module, or assessment standard. This means that you may not have to repeat learning that you already know, and can achieve your qualification faster.
BHB has created a guide to help you through the RPL process. The purpose of this guide is to help you better understand how your skills and knowledge from previous formal and non-formal learning can be recognised for credit towards a qualification.
To apply for RPL please fill in the form below.