Recognition of Prior Learning

Honouring your experience.

If you have completed Pilates Instructor training with another education body, or have another formal movement- or science-based qualification(s) from Australia or overseas you may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

RPL can be applied to credit your existing experience against accredited Pilates ITC units to expedite your course completion (and save you money in the process); OR to honour your experience in non-accredited Pilates courses, and set you up to formalise your existing qualification.

Where do you begin? RPL is a thorough and personalised process, our team is on hand to walk you through your options and find your best fit with Pilates ITC.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning

Honouring your experience.

Credit Transfer

Advanced Standing.

 

If you have completed accredited Pilates Instructor training that is compatible with our course units of competency we can directly credit select units on your enrolment.

Simply refer to your academic transcript and compare units of competency (codes e.g. HLTWHS300A) against those listed in the Pilates ITC qualification you are considering. All accredited units of competency are listed on our course pages under What Will I Learn?

If this sounds like you, start the process by getting in touch with Student Administration via email or call (08) 9330 4570 for a chat before you enrol.

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) —

Where you’ve come from. Where you’re going.

RPL can be applied to credit your existing experience against accredited Pilates ITC units to expedite your course completion (and save you money in the process); OR to honour your experience in non-accredited Pilates courses, and set you up to formalise your existing qualification.

What’s involved?

RPL is an assessment process requiring the applicant to compile and submit a portfolio of evidence demonstrating the relevance and timeliness of prior learning (formal and informal) against the Diploma units of competency. Fees apply and are calculated according to the units assessed.

Applicants are required to complete a RPL Kit where you’ll be asked to evidence current qualifications, skills and work experience as a Pilates Instructor, movement- or allied health practitioner against industry standards.

This Kit helps us to map out gaps in knowledge or skill that require training so you can complete meet competency in your chosen qualification with Pilates ITC.

It is important to note where the RPL process identifies gaps in skills, knowledge and experience against required unit competency, the applicant will be recommended “gap training” which comes at additional cost.

The RPL kit may require you to:

  • Answer written questions.
  • Provide testimonials from former or current employers.
  • Demonstrate practical skills through DVD submission(s).
  • Provide WHS documentation.
  • Provide evidence of professional development.
  • Provide class programs or samples of work experience.

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Who can benefit from RPL?

RPL is a thorough process where individual applications are assessed on their merit. While there are no guarantees, our team is skilled at working with you to determine a fair and equitable outcome so we can set you on the right track with Pilates ITC.

RPL has been applied successfully for a broad selection of candidates including:

Allied Health professionals (tertiary education):

  • Physiotherapists
  • Chiropractors
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Sports Scientists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Human Movement graduates

Movement and health professionals:

  • Personal trainers
  • Yoga teachers
  • Massage Therapists
  • Pilates Instructors (non-accredited and accredited training)

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Let us walk you through the options and find your best fit with Pilates ITC. Contact our Student Administration team on (08) 9330 4570 or via email to receive a quote for total course price before you proceed to enrolment.