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Old 12-27-2010, 06:53 PM
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ACS code and guidelines confusion

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I need your help in determining which ANZSCO code is suitable for me ...
A brief history of me I did my MSC(Computer sc) in 2002 After that i worked primarily in IT and telecom domain .My tasks were not specific but sort of Multitasker type.

In the last 4 years i have following designation

2008 July till date Business Analyst

2008 January Till July 2008 Project Lead

2007 January till January 2008 Sr executive


In all the above roles i have been doing multitasking roles which includes activities of Business Analyst and as well of analyst Programmer .

Now i am confused in which category should i apply . As per the Last Role it is more on to Business analyst but not sure ....

Secondly cant understand the extract from PASA guidlines ...

Applicants must provide evidence that they have a qualification assessed as comparable to the educational level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Bachelor (undergraduate) degree or Graduate Diploma or higher degree level qualification with a major in ICT in a highly relevant field to the nominated occupation and at least two (2) years of full time professional ICT work experience in a field closely related to the nominated occupation, completed in the seven (7) years before the date of application for Skills Assessment.
Note: Four (4) years of full time professional ICT work experience in a field closely related to the nominated occupation are required if the ICT qualification/s is not relevent to the nominated occupation.


Does it means that i ANZSCO code description should have some mention in my post graduate degree too like should there be some subject with say business analysis thing .....if yes then 2 years and if no then 4 years of exp required ...



guys plz help me out of this ..I am really confused .....

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Old 12-27-2010, 10:12 PM
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As to what occupational classification you may best suit, you ought to have a read of 1220.0 - ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, First Edition, 2006

The ACS classification refers to extent of IT subjects within a course as determining whether your qualification may put you in group A or B and number of years of experience required.
If you have more than four years of appropriate IT related experience I would have it all well detailed with an assessment application.





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