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solid plasterer code no qualification but 9 years trade exp


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solid plasterer code no qualification but 9 years trade exp

Hi

We have been informed that based on our situation my husband could obtain a 190 state sponsored visa for solid plastering.

As it says in the title he's got 9 years experience in this trade however no qualification so he has been informed would need to go through an assessment via vetasses (which would give him a level 3 australian trade certificate)

Our question is having looked at the main duties would he be doing all these for an assessor to watch over and if so how long does this take? He knows the theory part of for example exterior plastering (rendoring) however doesn't do this in his job. Would he be asked to do this on the day of the assessment or just verbally talk about the process of doing it? I think he's more keen on talking it through than doing it In front of someone... It's just he's getting himself in a bit of a flap thinking about the pressure to perform on the day (it can get to the best of us because there is a lot riding on a positive outcome)

Also at what point does this get done? Is it the following:

Vetassess application
Work history certified copies of cv statements from employer and customers verbal assessment
Practical assessment (if assessor not comfortable with answers above)
Then a day in which he goes for a practical assessment?

It's very confusing as to whether he's doing this practical assessment or not or if it's just verbal or both. I am finding contradicting advice?

Then following on from a positive outcome he would compile certified copies of identification and submit EOI at that point if we're acceptable we would get a invitation to apply right?

Any advice would be so much appreciated and I apologise if this post is a duplicate I just couldn't find a situation simular for this one for advice. Thanks again


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