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Old 07-08-2013, 09:41 AM
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Non ICT qualification assessment

Hi, I have done B.E. in Mechanical Engg. & having 6.5 years of IT Software exp. I am going to apply for skill assessment through RPL. My question is that whether ACS will be able to recognize my qualification or not as its Non ICT ? If not then I have to get it asessed by VETAS ? Anyone having the same case or info pls revert. Thanks


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Old 07-21-2013, 10:31 PM
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Smile ACS will recognize your skills

I think ACS will recognize your experience, go through the ACS wizard which will clearly states you situation and steps to do...

Google search for "ICT-Skills-Assessment-Wizard-Guide-1-July-2012-V1.pdf" (I am unable to paste URL) and refer only ACS site pdf

In your case from the above document

Q.1 Have you previously lodged an ICT Skills Application with the ACS?
Your Answer: No - Go to 3

Q.3 Do you have an ICT qualification comparable to a Diploma, Bachelor,
Graduate Diploma or higher degree?
Your Answer :No - Go to 7

Q.7 Do you have a non-ICT qualification comparable to a Diploma, Bachelor,
Graduate Diploma or higher degree?
Your Answer: Yes - Go to 18

Q.18 You may be eligible to apply for a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
application. Please note that you will require at least six (6) years of full
time professional ICT work experience in a field closely related to your
nominated occupation
, to be successful. Please refer to the “Skills Assessment Guidelines for Applicants” for further
information.

you have 6.5 years of IT experience. So your skill will assessed by ACS

I hope this helps you

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Old 07-22-2013, 06:58 AM
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hi

very well explained above, I followed the same process and got positive results from ACS. Please make sure, for the closest related work experience you have all the employment proofs.

Thanks and all the best.


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