As part of this process TFA requires all members who have previously completed Sport Education courses to complete their ‘Sport Education Profile’ via Recognition of Prior Learning and Recognition of Current Competency (RPL/RCC) surveys so that TFA can implement strategies to continue to grow and develop the sport at the grassroots level, right through to national teams.
The RPL/RCC surveys are free to complete. You will be asked a series of questions about your accreditation, and on completion of the short survey you will be asked to either upload a copy of your old certificate or download and complete a TFA Code of Ethics form, available here.
please only complete one (the highest) RPL/RCC module per type of accreditation (ie if you are a L3 Referee, complete the Level 3 RPL/RCC only).
Answer each question to the best of your ability; don’t stress if you can’t remember all details regarding your course or previous accreditation
Courses > Accreditation Records > Coach/ Referee > click on the year you completed your course > find your accreditation record.
To add your accreditation to the Nest:
Create an account: https://touchfootball.etrainu.com/training/index.cfm?event=page.login
Select the RPL/RCC module from the Training Library
To begin the RPL/RCC survey and to upload your old certificate or completed Code of Ethics form please click on the ‘Take Assessment’ button.
Answer the questions to the best of your ability. Example –
Level 1 Referee – RPL
Question 1 – What date did you attend the course?
Question 2 – Where was your course held?
Question 3 – Who was your course presenter?
Question 4 – What was your certificate number?
Question 5 – Once you have completed the RPL/RCC Survey please upload a copy of your old Sport Education certificate or your complete RPL/RCC Code of Ethics Agreement.
5. You will receive an email once TFA has approved your RPL/RCC.
Please contact Sam in the Brisbane Touch office if you require further information or need a hand completing the RPL/RCC process: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0417 419 837