Get a trade qualification through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Certificate III in Bicycle Workshop Operations - AUR30220
The NSW Government has introduced a fee-free program called Trade Pathways for Experienced Workers (TPEW). This recognises the skills and experience of industry workers through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Gap Training, and provides them an alternative pathway to achieve trade qualification outside of an apprenticeship.
What this means for the Bicycle Industry:
Certificate III in Bicycle Workshop Operations is a qualification that has always been with us but has never been a requirement within our industry. With this program we have the opportunity over the next 12 month to issue qualifications to experienced mechanics through Recognition of Prior Learning as a fee-free service.
Qualifications are a formal document to show your knowledge and skills in a specialist subject.
All qualifications are made up of unique units of competency. Each unit identifies a distinct workplace requirement or skill needed to perform a particular task effectively in the workplace. Within the Certificate III in Bicycle Workshop Operations there are 28 units. 16 Core and 12 electives.
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