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Old 10-13-2010, 08:45 AM
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telecommunication network Engineer - Assesment EA

Hi,

I have the following degrees.

1. bachelors of science in Computer engineering
2. master of engg (telecommunication and networking) (mobile radio communication)
3. master of electrical engg (WAN, MAN, wireless )

EA say they look at bechelors degree and gice out results on this basis. they dont really consider post graduate courses.

I am also working in a telecommunications company for the past month or so.

looking at my education, can you please advise will i get a positive assesment as a Telecommunication network engg?


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Old 10-13-2010, 09:23 AM
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It would seem you have qualifications more in line with an IT occupation and therefore ought to have a look at what classification may be appropriate for an ACS assessment.
Their web site has details re assessment requirements and the only way of really testing for an assessment is to make an application.

You also need a minimum of 12 months experience to meet immigration requirements for a 175 or 176 visa so you ought to have a good read of skilled visa eligibility requirements.
Have a search/read via. Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration and processing priority on the What's New Link is worth a read too.
You should also consider doing a course to improve English.





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I already have a positive skills assesment from ACS, they gave me "systems administrator" as my nominated occupation, but this is not on the new SOL.

hence i have submitted the above information to EA and awaiting a result.

i was just wondering if i will get a positive skills assesment or not?


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In that case the only way of knowing will be for the IEA to decide on your qualifications.





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