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      FAQ'S

      Can a Business Plan Really Make a Difference?
      A well-crafted business plan not only provides a clear direction for your business but also helps in managing resources efficiently, spotting new opportunities, and preparing for potential risks. It’s an essential tool for guiding decision-making and tracking progress.
      How Often Should I Review and Update My Business Plan?
      It’s good practice to review your business plan regularly, at least once a quarter. This allows you to adjust to changes in the market, customer preferences, and other external factors. Also, any time your business undergoes a significant change, it’s wise to update your plan.
      Is It Worth Getting Professional Help for Business Planning?
      Getting professional help can be incredibly valuable, especially if you’re new to business planning. Experts can provide insights and guidance on market trends, financial forecasting, and strategic planning that you might not have considered.

      RPL, or Recognition of Prior Learning, is a process that assesses your existing skills and knowledge to grant you formal qualifications. It involves a review of your experience and evidence, allowing you to gain recognition for your expertise.

      The duration of the RPL process can vary based on your experience and the qualification you're pursuing. Generally you get your qualification within a few weeks of submitting your evidence of learning.

      Formal qualification is crucial for bricklayers as it not only validates your skills but also opens doors to higher-paying job opportunities and ensures compliance with industry standards and safety protocols.

      To get a trades licence for bricklaying, you’ll need a nationally recognised qualification. Getting certified through RPL is specifically designed for individuals like you who have substantial on-the-job experience. It validates your skills and awards you with the qualification that you can then use to apply for your trades licence.

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