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Old 12-18-2010, 09:06 PM
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help me in applying to australian computer society

Hello
Hope you are fine

i have some question related to applying to Australian Computer Society as Software engineer.
i have a bachelor in Information technology and i am doing now a Master in In formation technology, i have 2 years full time working experience and about 3 years working as a part time developer (during my study in the college )

i have these question:
- am i eligible to apply under group (A)?
- which form should i fill ( do i have to fill the form with this title PASA 2.0 (Recognition of Prior Learning) without filling section 2 and 4)?
- do i have to provide the ACS with the contracts i did with the companies i worked with ( i have contracts but these contracts not registered in the government it is just between me and the company owner )?
- i have IEEE publication but it is not related to Software engineering do you think that i can attached it my application?
- is there any from to use in writing the statement from employer or it is just like a recommendation letter with details about my work?
- my current employer refused to provide me with a statement because my contract is till June 2011, how can i deal with this case.
- how can i certify the statement which i get from my employer
- i did some contracts with some companies to build their web application, do you think it is good thing to attach these contract in my application?


i am very sorry for this long message
and i appreciate any help
thank you


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Old 12-20-2010, 04:40 AM
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Start with having a more detailed read of the ACS site info for there is considerable detail there to assist in determining eligibility and best application path.
In principle you need a certain IT content of courses and it is only experience counted post graduation unless you are eligible for a graduate classification.
Their FAQ also has information re letters of experience.





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