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RPL - any experience wit this, anyone?


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Old 01-23-2011, 09:11 AM
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Hello to all.


I'm considering applying for GSM skilled independent visa but there is a problem with work experience / education.

I have over 17 years of IT experience and no diploma or certificate. I was all ways company trained and I do my job very well.

I asked ACS for RPL and they told me that I have to submit 2 project reports for assessment.

Anyone had experience wit this?

How much does it take for them to give assessment?

How much does it cost?



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Milos


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Old 01-24-2011, 01:07 PM
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Have a real good look of ACS and read guidelines very carefully.
You will get most of these details.



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Hello to all.


I'm considering applying for GSM skilled independent visa but there is a problem with work experience / education.

I have over 17 years of IT experience and no diploma or certificate. I was all ways company trained and I do my job very well.

I asked ACS for RPL and they told me that I have to submit 2 project reports for assessment.

Anyone had experience wit this?

How much does it take for them to give assessment?

How much does it cost?



Best regards,
Milos


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Old 01-25-2011, 07:55 AM
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Thank you.

I've looked at documents with more concentration this time and found link to informations on website embedded in one of .doc documents.

I'll try to get RPL since I had a lot of experience and done/participated in many projects.

Only thing where I can anticipate problem is my qualification of Mechanical Engineer that had only one subject covering ICT.

Hope that this will not make a problem. ..

From my point ow view if I do my job as I should where is the problem? On the other hand I know that those that finished proper colleges and universities would not agree with me.


Milos


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Old 02-22-2011, 08:01 PM
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I couldn't agree more on that. I am in the similar situation, with 5-6 years of expirience, and I am about to get my IT diploma now (Electrical Engineer - Computer science). I am 29 years old and have the same worries as you do with ACS assessment. Any news there?


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