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Old 09-02-2010, 09:41 AM
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My husband has his skills assessment granted under goup A and the specific code for Developer Programmer. But there is no speciality in brackets. Is the speciality still available from ACS, like for instance, Java or dot net?

NSW is sponsoring his code but then they list a speciality column like Java which does not appear on his skills assessment.

Then also what is confusing on NSW Sponsorship list is that Java is matched only to Systems Engineer and not to developer programmer which matches other specialities. What is really the difference between SW Engineer and Developer Programmer as the descriptions are so closely linked? Should he have his skills reassessed under Engineer?

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My husband has his skills assessment granted under goup A and the specific code for Developer Programmer. But there is no speciality in brackets. Is the speciality still available from ACS, like for instance, Java or dot net?

NSW is sponsoring his code but then they list a speciality column like Java which does not appear on his skills assessment.

Then also what is confusing on NSW Sponsorship list is that Java is matched only to Systems Engineer and not to developer programmer which matches other specialities. What is really the difference between SW Engineer and Developer Programmer as the descriptions are so closely linked? Should he have his skills reassessed under Engineer?

Thanks for any advice
I haven't checked the NSW sponsorship occupations myself but given they have not closed like other states because of the SMP situation it could be that they are still running with occupation ASCO codes and not the new ANZSCO codes.
It is best that an assessment is obtained for an ANZSCO code for that is what Immi will recognise and NSW will likely eventually update their site too.
ACS are running a transitioning process if you check their site.





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Old 09-08-2010, 09:18 AM
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Thanks for you response Wanderer.
My hubby was assessed on the new ANZSCO codes.

Still confused about the specialization so if any IT people have been assessed on the ACS new codes please let me know if you have specialization in your skills assessment.


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