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Old 12-21-2010, 08:16 PM
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ASCO to ANZSCO Code (Skill Assessment)

Hi All,

I have a question, if any one can help me. I have done Bachelors in Information Technology and doing Job as Sr. Design and specifications engineer since 3 years for a large telecommunication vendor. Before that i was working for 3 years as core network engineer for a telecom operator. As per new SOL, Telecommunication categories are available but my degree is related to Computer Sciences/Telecom. Do I qualify to apply for any of listed categories and if yes then how can I relate my degree with my experience. Who will do my assessment ACS or Engineers Australia?

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Old 12-23-2010, 03:31 AM
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With an IT qualification I'd think having a look at the ACS requirements in conjunction with establishing what occupational classification may suit is the first thing you'd want to do.
Ther ACS site has detailed information re their assessment requirements, the extent of course IT content etc. and you can check occupational information via A-Z Occupations List - Australian Skills Recognition Information

Without an engineering qualification you'd find gaining a successful assessment from Engineers Australia quite difficult.





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Old 12-27-2010, 07:39 AM
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I am planning to apply under following two categories, what is the core difference between two?
261111 ICT Business Analyst
261112 Systems Analyst
Also tell me that with my IT background, i do things related to above categories but for telecom reporting stuff. am i still eligible for these categories? i have professional trainings on some major telecom vendors like motorolla and siemens, will they help or cause problems in my case?


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If you followed the link I gave above you would have found 1220.0 - ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, First Edition, 2006
From a general perspective you would think that a Business Analyst is looking at IT work from a broader perspective whereas a System Analyst would work more on the detail.
Working in IT you should have a good idea of what you are closest to and it'll likely be best to apply in respect to one classification.





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