Churchill Education co-founder and director Randall Smith explains how you can gather your Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) workplace examples privately and securely with a Churchill Education RPL Evidence Bank.
How to Gather Your RPL Workplace Examples Privately & Securely
With so many data breaches and phishing scams happening over the past few months, many clients are wondering how they can gather and store workplace example documents for an RPL assessment privately and securely.
We’ve got three simple solutions for you…
One is a product called Google Docs. It’s free if you’ve got a Gmail account. You can drop your documents up in the cloud so that they’re accessible wherever you are, from multiple devices.
The second option is OneDrive – a Microsoft product. If you’ve already got a license with Microsoft it could be free, otherwise you’ll need to pay for it.
There’s also Dropbox, which is free up to 2GB – after which you will need to go onto a paid plan.
The third solution is the…
Churchill RPL Evidence Bank
The Churchill RPL Evidence Bank is a private and secure place for you to upload your RPL workplace examples. It is free, private & confidential, easy to use and has no space limit.
“The RPL Evidence Bank is so easy to use. You can simply drag and drop your files or entire folders straight in!”
– Amanda Smith, Skills Recognition Advisor
If you would like us to set up an RPL Evidence Bank for you reach out to the team: 1300 793 002 / email@example.com
You can start uploading your workplace examples, then let us know when you’re ready to chat.
We can have a look and let you know what qualifications we may be able to assist you with.
“A lot of people don’t know where to start. I always simply say ‘Show me what you can do!’. Just give us as much as you can and we can go from there.”
– Amanda Smith, SRA
Are you already a Churchill Education graduate?
As one of our talented Alumni community you already have an RPL Evidence Bank.
What you might not know is that your personal evidence bank is yours for life! Which means you can always use it to gather evidence for future assessments.
It’s a great way to keep a record of your growing skills and experience when the time comes to turn them into higher level qualifications.
Email us if you would like the link to your personal evidence bank.
Chat soon, you have a great day!