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Work exp calculation for RPL + Diploma


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Old 09-12-2015, 08:02 AM
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Work exp calculation for RPL + Diploma

I'm about to submit my application for assessment, and needed some clarification (with authoritative reference if possible) on how work experience is calculated in RPL application and for Diploma:
  • My brief profile is:
  • I have 12 years of work experience (June 2003 to present).
  • I completed MCSD (ACS recognized vendor certification) just this month.
  • I lack tertiary qualification so I'll be submitting an RPL.

Assuming all my 12 years are considered as 'relevant work experience', or say just 10yrs. 5yrs of that would be deducted to meet the 'skilled' requirement since I have a recognized diploma. Are the remaining years (5 or 7 depending on ACS consideration) counted towards skilled employment or not?


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I'm about to submit my application for assessment, and needed some clarification (with authoritative reference if possible) on how work experience is calculated in RPL application and for Diploma:
  • My brief profile is:
  • I have 12 years of work experience (June 2003 to present).
  • I completed MCSD (ACS recognized vendor certification) just this month.
  • I lack tertiary qualification so I'll be submitting an RPL.

Assuming all my 12 years are considered as 'relevant work experience', or say just 10yrs. 5yrs of that would be deducted to meet the 'skilled' requirement since I have a recognized diploma. Are the remaining years (5 or 7 depending on ACS consideration) counted towards skilled employment or not?
What was the outcome? I am in very similar boat so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance


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