The fees for this qualification are as follows:
Qualification through RPL: $1695
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Are you interested in earning the PSP50122 Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)? You may be eligible to receive this qualification based on the work you’ve already done. And, you could do it without having to complete any additional study.
Our Skills Recognition Advisors can conduct a free preliminary assessment to confirm your eligibility.
Find out if you are eligible for this qualification
About the Qualification
The Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) is a specialty version of the Diploma of Government available to complete by Recognition of Prior Learning. It examines a spread of skills and knowledge applicable to human resources. This Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) is relevant to public servants in roles from Commonwealth, State and Local governments.
For a successful RPL application in Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) your workplace inspection experience needs to cover these practical situations:
After a review was completed in 2022 of all Australia’s Public Sector Package qualifications, the latest and current version of this qualification can be recognised by the code PSP50122.
The earlier qualification was PSP50116 Diploma of Government. Whilst the spirit of the earlier qualification aligned with the latest version, there have been some changes made to ensure that when you graduate with PSP50122 Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection), you are acknowledged for possessing the range of skills and knowledge that modern workplaces demand for workplace inspections.
When we begin to examine the opportunities for public service employment it makes sense that the Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) has become a more widely recognised qualification.
As a significant and competitive employment opportunity, if you are an experienced public servant it is wise to capitalise on your experience to obtain the PSP50122 Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
WHAT DOES IT COMPRISE OF
There are no entry requirements for the Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection).
A total of 11 units of competency must be completed in Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection). The units of competency required are:
5 core units; plus
6 elective units, consisting of:
To award the Workplace Inspection specialisation, 4 Group C electives must be selected.
Core units are mandatory for every student completing the Diploma of Government, regardless of specialisation. When you look at the core units you can see that these key competencies are valued in government sector functions across the country:
Once the core units have been addressed, the 6 elective units balance specialist public sector skills and transferable skills.
For example, a specialist government sector skill can be the ability to evaluate and report on workplace legislative compliance requirements.
For example, a transferable skill that is valued outside of the public service is your ability to coordinate resource allocation and usage.
About the Qualification
Ranked at the Diploma level, for this qualification you will typically be competent working in an independent, self-directed capacity in the public sector. The Diploma of Government (Workplace Inspection) does not necessarily require that your role is in a management stream, but you may have had supervisory responsibilities.
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How does the RPL process work?
Let's step this out a bit more:
Step 1. We conduct a free preliminary skills assessment and give you a report.
The RPL process begins with a conversation with one of our Skills Recognition Advisors.
This is cost-free and obligation-free.
Step 2. You tell us the qualifications you want and provide evidence
You can make an informed decision about which qualifications are best for you and your career. Once this is confirmed, we can complete the process.
Step 3. You receive nationally recognised qualifications!
Congratulations! Your experience has been validated and translated into nationally recognised qualifications.
Nationally Recognised Qualifications
Are RPL qualifications nationally recognised? Yes.
Churchill Education is a registered training organisation, RTO:31430. This means that we are regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), the Australian Government regulatory body for the VET sector.
The qualifications that we offer are nationally recognised, and issued under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Accordingly, they’re exactly the same as those granted by other educational institutions such as TAFE..