What is the Electronic Equipment Trades ???

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What is the Electronic Equipment Trades ???


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Old 04-07-2009, 06:22 AM
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What is this Electronic Equipment Trades is it Sales engineer in some specified fields(Like Mechanical ,Electrical,Electronics)??

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My friend is a Sales engineer in Mechanical Filters and by profession he is an done his degree in mechanical Engineering so it will come in Mechanical Stream or it will come in Electronic Equipment Trades.....

Is there any requirement for this kind of profile in Australia

Please suggest........

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As you will have seen on CSL, it also being on the SOL and MODL there are various engineering categories, be it mechanical, electrical, structural electronic or whatever.

Your engineering friend should be more than familiar with there also being trades people associated with different types of industry, fitters, boilermakers, welders, electricians, carpenters and in the case of electronic equipment they are more often trferred to as electronic technicians.

Engineers are involved in design/research, manufacture and maintenance management etc., trades people/technicians doing the detailed servicing and repairs, nothing to do with sales engineers positions and there has in past also been a category of that on the SOL.

So quite simply think of electronic equipment, [ and though a lot is designed with redundant throwaway componentry] computers, particularly mainframe computer systems and servers, electronic control systems, medical equipment etc., most things that in years gone by had a great extent of electrics are now with solid state circuitry and electronic components and then! -> there's the trades people/technicians who do the servicing/maintenance.

That's your Electronic Equipment Trades, an area I suspect that'll always be of reasonable demand.

Anyone looking at GSM visas needs to look at where their qualifications will put them as regard to assessment and getting points.





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Thanks Wanderer to clearing my doubt

So he is sales engineer in Mechanical filters which category he will lie under in the given CSL List

2125-11
Engineer - Electrical
2125-13
Engineer - Electronics
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Engineer - Mechanical
4114-11
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Mechanical
Computing Professionals -- where the applicant's specialisation is listed on the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL).

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I think you should consider having this engineer friend have a look himself at the immi web site so he can see what is involved in an immigration application and see how his qualifications would measure up to the most appropriate category.

To make it simple for you Mansoor and your friend, do you think if he had qualifications in any form of engineering there would be much point in being assessed in a category for which he did not have qualifications.

If this friend has engineering qualifications I would hope he has the ability to assess what his category is and if he does not have the ability then by all means he perhaps should consider retraining to some sort of career that he would have ability for.

The categories are very simply listed and perhaps you as a middle man also could cause him confusion.

Suggest you/he also read the priority processing update information you can see in the second sticky thread, all links btw and not just a new list.





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Please also ask your friend to join the forum! Doesn't he like using the internet or something?


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