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Old 09-09-2014, 12:09 PM
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I've recently got my outcome letter from the assessment body which is positive. The assessment body has assessed my 6.5 years of experience which falls under the category of 5 years in the points table. If i want to claim points for 8 years experience, after 1.5 years, then should i need to apply for the re-assessment of my documents to claim points for 8 years experience? or my current assessment outcome based on 6.5 years would be valid for that purpose?

I need guidance regarding this particular matter.

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I think that as long as you have a letter from your employer confirming you've continued in the same role with the same responsibilities, it will then allow you to claim 8 years experience when the time comes. I'm not completely sure of this though, so hopefully another poster will be able to advise more confidently.

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Old 09-10-2014, 04:56 AM
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I think that as long as you have a letter from your employer confirming you've continued in the same role with the same responsibilities, it will then allow you to claim 8 years experience when the time comes. I'm not completely sure of this though, so hopefully another poster will be able to advise more confidently.
Thank you Maggie for your reply. But i need a more detailed answer to my query. Waiting for one. Thanks.


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