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Recognition of Current Competency (RCC)

RCC is recognition of a person’s existing knowledge and skills and assessing the trainee against nationally recognised unit standards. RCC is a way to obtain credit for skills and knowledge you may already have. You may be required to provide evidence to an assessor of your skills and knowledge and show how these meet the applicable unit standard(s). Examples of evidence could be:

  • documents or products you have produced
  • written attestations
  • verifications or testimonies from supervisors, managers or clients

You may also be required to complete a test or practical demonstration, answer some interview questions or provide evidence of your study achievements.

Recognition of Current Competency is not available for all courses. Please check with M.O.S.T. whether it is available for your course.