Recognition of Prior Learning - Micro-Credential - Letterkenny

ATU - Donegal Campuses

Recognition of Prior Learning - Micro-Credential - Letterkenny

Study Hours
The recommended level of independent learning for the 10-credit module is 10-12 hours per week.

Who should apply?
This module is aimed at developing lecturers, and other potential assessors, with the knowledge and competencies to enable them to become effective assessors of RPL candidates.

Subjects taught

Recognition of Prior Learning

Entry requirements

Applicants require second class honours grade (2.2) in a Level 8 Honours degree in any discipline, or equivalent. Candidates should also be working in an area relevant to the programme where RPL is used.


12 weeks part-time.

On-Campus Attendance
No attendance required.

Post Course Info

Follow-on Courses
Follow up programmes elsewhere include:
Master of Arts in Learning & Teaching

Career Pathways
The main employers are:
Further Education Institutions
Higher Education Institutions

Graduate Careers
Graduate careers typically include:
RPL Assessor
RPL Facilitator
External Engagement Officer

More details
  • Qualifications

    Minor Certificate (Level 9 NFQ)

  • Attendance type

    Part time

  • Apply to

    Course provider