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How long does the IEA response take?


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How long does the IEA response take?

Hello everyone,
I lodged my documents on the 20th of January to the IEA and till now I have no response.How long does it take and if there are any problems with the documents would they send me telling me or what are their procedures?I am an airconditioning engineer if this matters.
Your fast response is highly appreciated.Thank you

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Hello everyone,
I lodged my documents on the 20th of January to the IEA and till now I have no response.How long does it take and if there are any problems with the documents would they send me telling me or what are their procedures?I am an airconditioning engineer if this matters.
Your fast response is highly appreciated.Thank you

Regards,

Heta
The IEA do assessments of professional engineering qualifications and so if you have attained university level professional engineering qualifications to enter the airconditioning field they'll assess those qualifications.

Most professional organisations such as IEA usually take something like 3-4 months and they probably have a committee of their senior members backed by administrative people and will go through a process of comparing international university courses with the standard for accreditation in Australia, some universities having a pre-established assessment.

But have a look at the IEA site for they'll have some detail there and I'm sure if there are problems with what you have provided, they'll advise you.





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Does the IEA take more than 4 months?

Dear Moderator,

Thank you alot for you cooperation.So does the IEA take more than 4 months to prepare its response?I will be assessed as a non recognised qualifications engineer.I hope it doesnt take more than that.
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Thank you alot for you cooperation.So does the IEA take more than 4 months to prepare its response?I will be assessed as a non recognised qualifications engineer.I hope it doesnt take more than that.
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They do have a process I believe re qualifications not so readily recognised and I would expect that could be lengthier though just how long will depend on the applications and how they are presented I'd expect.





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