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Vetasses skills recognition - no secondary education documents


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Old 09-02-2012, 07:23 AM
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Vetasses skills recognition - no secondary education documents

I am close to completing my VETASSESS skills Recognition Application - general occupations

I have the transcript and certificate for my Higher Education Qualification, but I have no record of the qualifications I gained at Secondry School (General Education). Is anyone aware as to whether this will be a problem?
Any advise would be much appreciated

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I am close to completing my VETASSESS skills Recognition Application - general occupations

I have the transcript and certificate for my Higher Education Qualification, but I have no record of the qualifications I gained at Secondry School (General Education). Is anyone aware as to whether this will be a problem?
Any advise would be much appreciated

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Sion
Hi Sion

What quals did you get in secondary school?


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Old 09-02-2012, 02:17 PM
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Hi Sion

What quals did you get in secondary school?
It was just a gnvq in leisure and tourism, but I then got a degree in architecture which I do have the certificate and transcript for. I think that should be okay but not sure.


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Unless it was a level 2, i dont think you need it. Although it might be handy to have it in case you ever want to use it.


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