About ATR

We are nationally recognised training provider for nation wide applicants

If you’re looking for a career in the construction and building industry, Alpha Training & Recognition (RTO-45282) offers accredited courses and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) services for the Australian and nationwide building industry.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Along with providing Nationally Recognised Training and builder’s registration consultation for nationwide applicants, we provide a clear assessment of whether you can obtain a qualification through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment program. We offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) certifications for the following qualifications: 

CPC50220 – Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) 

CPC30620 – Certificate III in Painting and Decorating 

CPC40120 – Certificate IV Building & Construction (Building) 

CPC30220 – Certificate III in Carpentry 

The qualifications are fully accredited. Our expert team of trainers will help to assess your skills and get your qualification. 

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What we do


Alpha Training & Recognition (RTO Code: 45282) was established in Australia to offer training for the building and construction industry. We offer nationally accredited training for four different courses (only through RPL). 

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We always deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes for our clients

We always deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes for our clients.

Our business is owned and run by building industry experts with over 15 years of experience in the industry. We understand the importance of training and offer a solution that ensures you get the qualification you want without having to sit through long, drawn-out training courses during hours that won’t suit you. We aim to offer a simple way for trade professionals to access the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway and full face-to-face training so they can prioritise their studies, fast-track their training, and get started in the building industry without unnecessary delay. 

All about us

Everything you need to know

At Alpha Training and Recognition (RTO Code: 45282), we specialise in offering accredited building and construction courses in Australia. Upon completion of a course, you will be awarded a recognised building and construction diploma or certification recognised throughout the country. We have some of the leading trainers in Australia; our team will be able to accurately assess your skills and give you all the assistance that you require to obtain the qualification. 

All of our courses through RPL are fully accredited. An RPL certification will help you to have your skills recognised in the industry to progress your career. We also offer advice regarding Builder’s Registration to simplify the process for those working in the construction industry. Alpha Training and Recognition aim to help you achieve your goals and fulfill your potential. 

In addition to being nationally recognised training and builder’s recognition consultants for nationwide applicants, we provide a clear assessment of whether you are eligible to start your qualification through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment program. If you are not eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), we offer complete face-to-face, accredited training courses that will help you to obtain your qualifications and achieve your goals. 

We believe that the best way to learn is by watching and speaking to those who have worked in the industry for years and therefore have the experience and know-how. Alpha Training & Recognition is owned and run by industry experts with vast experience in the industry. We fully appreciate the role that training plays in personal and professional progression, so our courses are tailored to help you achieve your goals. 

At Alpha Training & Recognition (RTO Code: 45282), the building and construction courses are designed to go above and beyond. We are incredibly proud that we help trade professionals to gain skill recognition and training that is recognised across Australia. 

If you would like to get more information about Alpha Training and Recognition’s building and construction courses, we invite you to call us at 0404239239, email us at admin@atr.edu.au, or contact us via our website. Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5.30 pm. We are looking forward to hearing from you. 

Guidelines for Recording Video Evidence for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Congratulations on your decision to pursue Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for the ATR. As part of the RPL process, you will be required to submit video evidence that demonstrates your skills and knowledge, mapped to specific units in the course. This guideline will help you understand the requirements for recording your video evidence.

Video Format and Content


Each video may cover one or multiple points for a specific unit to streamline the process.


Ensure the video is of high quality with clear visuals and audio for effective assessment.


Record the video in landscape orientation for better viewing.

Face and Identification


You must appear in the video at some point to verify your identity.


Your face should be clearly visible throughout the video.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


Safety is of utmost importance; therefore, you must wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) throughout the video.


The required PPE includes but is not limited to: 

  • Safety goggles
  • Safety gloves
  • Work boots
  • Overalls or work clothing

The required PPE includes but is not limited to: 

Safety goggles

Safety gloves

Work boots

Overalls or work clothing

Task Description Voiceover


Provide a brief voiceover at the beginning of the video, introducing yourself and stating the purpose of the video as part of the RPL assessment.


Clearly explain the tasks you will be performing in the video and how they align with the specific unit points being addressed.


Ensure your voiceover is clear and audible for assessment purposes.

Task Demonstration


Perform the tasks in a safe and controlled manner, adhering to industry standards and best practices.


Showcase your skills and knowledge confidently in the video.

Relevant Information


 Any relevant documentation or supporting evidence should be provided alongside the video, such as photographs, equipment specifications, and maintenance records.


If applicable, include written explanations of complex processes or methodologies demonstrated in the video.

Video Submission


Name the video file in a standardized format, including your name and the relevant unit code(s).


Upload the video and any supporting documents to the designated platform or submit them as per the college’s instructions.

Process Review


After submitting the video, our assessors will review the content and provide feedback if necessary.


You may be required to provide additional evidence or clarification if specific points are not adequately addressed.

Attention all students pursuing Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for course name

This is a stern reminder that the video evidence you submit must meet the specified criteria to be considered valid for assessment. Failure to adhere to the guidelines provided may result in the rejection of your submission, and you will be required to resubmit the evidence. We take the assessment process seriously, and it is imperative that you understand the consequences of submitting video evidence that does not comply with the guidelines.

The RPL assessment is not a mere formality; it is a rigorous evaluation of your skills and knowledge to ensure they align with the required unit points for the certificate. We demand strict adherence to safety protocols and industry standards, as evidenced by the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and your clear and comprehensive task demonstrations.
We urge you to take this warning seriously and put forth your best effort in recording the video evidence. If your initial submission does not meet the prescribed standards, you will be given the opportunity to re-submit. However, repeated failure to meet the assessment criteria may result in the denial of your RPL application.

Remember, RPL is an opportunity to showcase your competence and gain recognition for your prior learning experiences. By adhering to the guidelines and demonstrating your skills effectively, you increase your chances of a successful RPL outcome.

Should you have any doubts or queries regarding the assessment process, do not hesitate to seek guidance from our RPL coordinator. We are here to support you in achieving your certification goals, but it is your responsibility to submit evidence that meets the required standards.