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ACS assesment help

Hi ,

I belong to Pakistan. Can you give me any idea looking to my particulars below, Would I be placed for a regular skills assessment by ACS (i.e. Group A, B or C) or RPL (with or without projects);

1.BBA 1995-1996
2.Account Executive job 1997-2001
3.MCSA 2000 certification in 2002
4.Job in IT field (2001 – Present) Full time.
5.Bs in Computer Science (2003 – 2006)
6.MCSA 2003/MCSA 2003 Security/MCTS/MCITP (2009)

So my total IT field experience is comprised of 8 years, for Group A the total work experience required is 4 years, but unclear is it prior or post qualification. Can any one tell in which group i am best fit as per ACS guidelines.

Will MCITP certification gonna help me in ACS assessment which I gained in 2009.

Also i need Reference letter format, should i need to fill it out from my co-workers as well or from HR is sufficient.

Looking forward for your advice.

Thanks!


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Old 09-12-2009, 01:58 PM
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You need to contact ACS re qualifications/experience assessment as it is their role despite any opinions that can be meaningless as each case will be determined on its merit.

Re evidence to support your ACS assessment I would feel best approach would be to seek a formal company statement on your employment.





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how to prepare RPL?

Hello there!

This is Mahmuda from Bangladesh. I wish to apply for Australia Immigration.
Before doing that i heard i need to prepare RPL and submit it to ACS for getting skill assessment approval. I also don't know should i submit RPL or how to prepare my RPL?
I have completed Post Graduation Diploma in Computer Science in 1997 and MBA IN Management Information System in 2009.

I have 5 years working experience as a System Engineer and 4 and 1/2 yrs working experience in an IT Department as a product Manager where my job responsibilities were:

* Maintain Database Through Online
* Hardware and Software Trouble shooting
* Networking
* Selling IT Product thorough online
* responsible for monthly sales and Profit

So, I would be very grateful to you if you would kindly let me know should i need to prepare Rpl? If yes could please send me some related samples to write the Rpl?

Your valued co-operation would be highly appreciated in this regard.

I am looking forward to hearing you soon.

Thanking you in advance.

Sincerely,

Mahmuda


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