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Military RPL

The Defence Force provides major skill-building opportunities that allow you to develop personally and professionally. The experience you gain within the military is unique, building dynamic and specialised skills which are not often recognised outside of Defence roles. While you do not receive formalise qualifications or certificates upon discharge, these skills are of high value to civilian employers.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) converts the valuable experience you gain from the Army, Navy and Air Force, into nationally recognised qualifications that civilian employers can understand and appreciate.

A Military RPL will help you:

  • Transition out of Military Service
  • Enhance your resume
  • Help to gain meaningful employment
  • Assist with promotion opportunities within the ADF
  • Have years of Defence experience formally recognised and acknowledged

Be recognised for your experience and start your FREE RPL ASSESSMENT:

    Free RPL Assessment

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    25% Military Discount

    All current serving and former Military personnel receive a 25% discount across our qualifications. Always. No exceptions. We believe in Serving Those Who Serve and know you should be rewarded for your work.

    We’re the Defence RPL Specialists

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    We’ve helped hundreds of current serving and Ex- Military Personnel have their skills and experience acknowledged through nationally recognised qualifications. No matter your rank or position within the ADF, we can help get you qualified.

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    Emergency Services RPL and its Benefits for First Responders