What is RPL Report Writing?
An RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) report writing is a documentation service for preparing an RPL report. It is important to those without recognised tertiary ICT qualifications or tertiary qualifications with less or no ICT content.
An RPL report is submitted to the Australian Computer Society (ACS). ACS utilises this report for skill assessment of the qualification and abilities of aspiring ICT professionals. For this, the report must cover two sections:
- Key areas of knowledge
- Project report forms
An original RPL report must perfectly show the candidate's experience and relevant job description for a positive ACS skills assessment.
Fact: RPL report compensates for the absence of a candidate's IT academic qualifications.
RPL Report Writing: Things To Consider
Demonstrate core ICT knowledge along with your professionalism in the ICT sector.
Keep the content clear and error-free to showcase your experiences and competencies.
Provide evidence such as work samples, project reports, references, and other documents.
Keep your RPL report unique. Do not use content from the internet.
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Our RPL Report Format
ACS RPL Australia has a specific format with two sections:
- Section 1: Body of ICT Knowledge
- Section 2: The Project Report Forms (In-depth ICT Knowledge)
We follow this format strictly for both of your projects.
Section 1: Body of ICT Knowledge
In section 1, we
- Explain where (in which country) and how you gained knowledge in your working environment
- Describe how your ICT qualifications and experience match the selected areas of knowledge
Section 1 has two topics:
- Professionalism as it applies in ICT
- Core ICT Knowledge
Professionalism as it applies in ICT
It mostly includes a set of fundamental knowledge that all professionals in the ICT field should have. Such knowledge, hence, forms the basis for the 5 main categories.
Categories of 'Professionalism as it applies to ICT' are:
- Professional ICT Ethics
- Impact of ICT
- Working Individually and in ICT development teams
- Professional Communication
- The Professional ICT Practitioner
Core ICT Knowledge
Core ICT knowledge is all about understanding the basic parts of information technology and how they fit together.
Topics included in Core ICT Knowledge are:
- ICT Fundamentals
- ICT Infrastructure
- Information and Data Science Engineering
- Computational Science and Engineering
- Application Systems
- Cyber Security
- ICT Projects
- ICT Management and Governance
Personal Engineering Activity (600-1500 words)
Our CDR report writing experts ensure to write this section in between 600 to 1500 words. In this part, we best describe your actual work in the project. Our goal is to craft compelling personal engineering activity by giving your ‘contribution’ the centre stage. Also, we never miss addressing the technical difficulties/problems you faced and how you solved them. Along with that, we explain the strategies you devised and collaboration you did with other team members.
We perform summary statement writing with precision of each career episode. Our focus is to provide your personal perspective and overview regarding the project. And, we also include the project's success and how your role helped the project.
Section 2: The Project Report Forms (In-depth ICT Knowledge)
The two (2) projects in section 2 acts as a clear description of your ICT work. After studying and acquiring details of these 2 major ICT projects of your career, we demonstrate your:
- In-depth understanding of a specific area of ICT
- Skills and deep knowledge needed for specific ICT roles
When writing section 2 of RPL report, we include:
This includes 5 parts. Here, we include:
- Project Identification
- Resources: Your team size and Total project team size
- Your Personal Involvement:project phases in which you were personally involved
- Description of your role(s) and responsibilities in the project
Business Opportunity or Problems
Here, we include:
- Description of the business opportunity or problem(s) this project addressed
This includes 3 parts. Here, we include:
- Discussion of your contribution to the solution, project or engagement
- Description of any design or problem solving methods you used on this project
- List of major deliverables of the project that you were responsible for or contributed to
This includes 3 parts. Here, we include:
- If your solution was implemented. If so, we describe you role, if any, in the implementation
- Assessment of the overall success or failure of the project
- Lessons Learned, what you might have done differently on this project if the solution you offered was not implemented
We Choose The Right Factors for the Projects
When writing about the project reports in section 2, we ensure to focus on factors that match your role in the project. The factors will depend on which sort of ICT project you choose.
Possible factors include:
- System Analysis and Design and Software Engineering methodologies used
- Contribution to the processes involved in the design and implementation of enterprise-wide computing systems
- Programming languages, design paradigms, and implementation procedures adopted
- Database and/or file design and management techniques employed
- Network topologies, including size, distribution, and security facilities installed
- Project Management and quality assurance techniques followed
- Internet application design, including database interactivity and security measures implemented
- Cyber Security
- Data Science
- ICT managerial activities, demonstrating the nature and extent of responsibilities.
Download the official ACS RPL form.
The Specifics of Our RPL Report Writing Services
Our RPL writers put their unwavering dedication into ensuring positive skill assessment and hassle-free migration to Australia.
Adherence to ACS guidelines
While providing our ACS RPL report writing service, we make sure to abide by the Australian Computer Society's (ACS) guidelines. Our report is of the highest standard, which definitely results in positive assessment.
Showcase your Foundational Knowledge
Our RPL writers begin writing by preparing an impressive Section 1 of the RPL. This section is all about the Essential Core ICT knowledge (ICT professional knowledge and ICT problem solving) and General ICT knowledge (Technology resources, Technology building, and ICT management).
Highlight your role in the success of projects
Section 2 of the RPL report is all about relating to projects or work episodes during your professional career. For this, we require details of 2 projects; one must be undertaken within the last 3 years and the next within the last 5 years. Our writers first comprehend your role in the project and then cover appropriate factors in the RPL report.
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