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Old 12-15-2010, 08:26 AM
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Question ACS occupations nominated

Hello,

I just finished two year course of Master of Information Technology at UWA and just get started with skill assessment with ACS now. I feel confused when I am looking at occupations on list as they're no specific description for each.

Following is five 60 points occupations on SOL schedule 3 provided from department of immigration.


ANZSCO occupation

ICT business analyst
Systems analyst
Analyst programmer
Developer programmer
Software engineer

As a recent graduate, I am in group C, which has rule states as the following.

For Group C assessments, applicants will need to nominate an occupation in which they intend to seek employment. For an ICT major in a degree to be considered to be in a relevant field to an applicant's nominated occupation at least 65% of the minimum requirement for the major must be in the same ICT disciplinary area as that occupation.

I don't have a full time working experience on any of them. So the skill assessment will be based my units I did followed.

Java Programming
Web Technologies
Software Engineering Design
Databases
Professional computing
C programming
Operating System
Internet Technologies
Software quality and Measurement
Data Structures and Algorithms
Advanced Database
Computer Networks
Software Engineering Industry Project Leadership
Computer Modelling application for Business
Mobile and Wireless Computing
Security and Privacy

I found it really hard in choosing the most appropriate/most likely to gain 60 points one for me. I'd be grateful if someone could give me some professional advice. Or anyone who has some experience/got their approval letter from ACS could help me out?

Yin


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