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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bellacious: 7:29am On May 09, 2018
segzy14:
Please how do I check my job classification and points.
I am 33, studied building technology.
Where do I look out for as per my job classification and requirements.
Thanks
Kindly go to page 0 and start reading. All the info you need are there.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rach90(f): 9:07am On May 09, 2018
Rach90:
Hello everyone, a big thanks to the brain behind this forum. God bless you. I will like to start my PR journey and i will like everyone with experience to please help me understand the process. I have read from 0 but don't seem to understand. My profile is as follows;
Qualification: Bsc(ed) Mathematics
Age: 27yrs
Work experience: 2yrs in Banking
Test of English: applied but yet to write (IELTS)

Please I need the way forward from here. Thank you. Someone should please answer me!!!!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bellacious: 9:43am On May 09, 2018
[quote author=Rach90 post=67405229][/quote]
Go back to page 0, there you will see a link to the occupation list, choose which occupation best suits what you do, then check the assessing body and go to their website and find out the requirements. Then apply for assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 12:09pm On May 09, 2018
Please house. Who can help me review my CDR to be sure it is good enough to use. Please paste email so I can forward the copy to you. Sir @bellong @badneat @Michaelamo or those bosses that have recently been Assessed. HELP!!!

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 12:34pm On May 09, 2018
Michaelamo:




EA occupation are less competitive generally? Lolz. E dey red for everywhere now o. grin. However, I don't think there is an "If" on this case for EA. ACS is his best bet. No Engineering degree, hide your face for EA o.

cc: bbtundey
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Misoke: 12:48pm On May 09, 2018
segzy14:
Please how do I check my job classification and points.
I am 33, studied building technology.
Where do I look out for as per my job classification and requirements.
Thanks

your Anzsco fits into these:

331111 Bricklayer
331112 Stonemason

or

312211 Civil Engineering Draftsperson
312212 Civil Engineering Technician

depending on what uni you were in and how you can pacakage your JD /CDR

For requirements do your self some good by reading through from page 0 of the first thread so that all you have to do afterwards is ask targeted questions..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by rosepetraa: 3:32pm On May 09, 2018
[quote author=Rach90 post=67405229][/quote]

@Rach90

Hi,

You either have to access as a mathematician or a teacher (since you studied education)

If you choose Mathematician, VETASSES will do your skills assessment. If you go with teaching, AITSL will do your assessment.

Google the two bodies to check their requirements and decide on the way you want to go.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nonny100: 4:42pm On May 09, 2018
Good day all....Pls I need help. I find the whole thing confusing. I want to migrate to Australia through the skilled occupation medium. I have a Bsc in biochemistry and msc in environmental toxicology and pollution management. I have 2 yrs experience as a science lab technician...What occupation can I apply to and how do I go about it. Thank u
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wazilo: 11:44pm On May 09, 2018
Please guru's in the house help out

[Qquote author=wazilo post=67399634]Please advise is needed here, I saw this statement while assessing the vetassess page
Am 36, studied materials and metallurgical engineering and worked as a project engineer in a facilities management company 3 years , ielt 7 in each band and planning on writing PTE ....Please gentleman and fellows in the house can I get an advice.I have been following this but now I think I need guideline here[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 1:21am On May 10, 2018
LondonBook:
Please house. Who can help me review my CDR to be sure it is good enough to use. Please paste email so I can forward the copy to you. Sir @bellong @badneat @Michaelamo or those bosses that have recently been Assessed. HELP!!!

Thanks

I believe someone will help you soon. I am not an engineer.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 6:21am On May 10, 2018
Plz I. Also need dis assistance... Plz. Chemical engineers in the house Come. And. Help ooo..
bellong:


I believe someone will help you soon. I am not an engineer.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 6:22am On May 10, 2018
Plz I. Also need dis assistance... Plz. Chemical engineers in the house Come. And. Help oo
o..
bellong:


I believe someone will help you soon. I am not an engineer.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nonny100: 10:07am On May 10, 2018
Pls How do I contact the assessing authority...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akachukwu123: 11:18am On May 10, 2018
Visit www.engineers Australia.org.au and read up requirements. I had a positive outcome in august 2017 so i can guide u perfectly.The first step is by writing three career episodes, CDR etc.
You can email me on onyejekwulumakaa@yahoo.com if u have more questions.

Cheers

quote author=wazilo post=67429044]Please guru's in the house help out

[Qquote author=wazilo post=67399634]Please advise is needed here, I saw this statement while assessing the vetassess page
Am 36, studied materials and metallurgical engineering and worked as a project engineer in a facilities management company 3 years , ielt 7 in each band and planning on writing PTE ....Please gentleman and fellows in the house can I get an advice.I have been following this but now I think I need guideline here[/quote]

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akachukwu123: 11:21am On May 10, 2018
I am a chemical engineer here.
What do u need assistance with

Cheers

Dikachi12:
Plz I. Also need dis assistance... Plz. Chemical engineers in the house Come. And. Help oo
o..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 12:26pm On May 10, 2018
Hi @Akachukwu123 I'm assessing for Draftperson without experience. I sent you my email. Can you please reply. Thanks
Akachukwu123:
I am a chemical engineer here.
What do u need assistance with

Cheers

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 5:07pm On May 10, 2018
LondonBook:
Please house. Who can help me review my CDR to be sure it is good enough to use. Please paste email so I can forward the copy to you. Sir @bellong @badneat @Michaelamo or those bosses that have recently been Assessed. HELP!!!

Thanks

Just sent you a pm...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 6:37pm On May 10, 2018
I just sent u a mail.. Plz check ur inbox let's start Dia
Akachukwu123:
I am a chemical engineer here.
What do u need assistance with

Cheers

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Zimzee: 8:38pm On May 10, 2018
Hello, please kindly attend to this question. I have been reading this thread for some time now. I must confess it's a bit diffcult to understand somethings. And I haven't come across anyone with a case like mine. I studied a 4year course (sociology and anthrpology) in a state university and I work as a sales and marketing rep in an oil and gas company which is not related to my field of study. Will my job contradict my course of study during assessment? On the other hand, am also a fashion designer. I saw it on the list of occupations. Can i choose it if the demand is not high and how can I get supporting document since I am self employed in that angle. So sorry for the long post.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by qstomiwa(m): 9:20pm On May 10, 2018
Around May last year, I had plans of migrating to Australia/ Canada, At a point I got stuck in choosing between the two countries, I know moving to Australia as a QS is a very good choice and agreed the choice will be based on my IELTS result that if I can have 8 in LRSW modules in IELTS, I will choose Australia and anything less will be Canada. I did my first English test IELTS on 13th of May 2017 and I had L8 R8 W7 S6.5. I was weak as 7 in speaking would make me kick-start the Canadian journey and I read about PTE and I registered for PTE on 7th June 2017 (I lost my dad on the same day). I pushed for my skills assessment with Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and writing PTE at the same time so as to crash the waiting time after getting an outcome from AIQS. I paid 715 AUD for skills assessment and it came out negative though am aware AIQS is very strict in their assessment.
My BTech (hons) degree in Quantity Surveying from FUTA was not recognised by the Assessor, though my UK MSc was recognised. The Comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
- The degree is not equivalent to Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree.
- The transcripts list only a small proportion of subjects that may directly relate to Quantity Surveying.

My skilled employment was also not recognised. Comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
- Not recognised experience based on submission from a member of an Institute which is not recognised by the AIQS
The Overall comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
• The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors is not recognized by the AIQS and the current referee is not listed as a member of the country of residence Institute.
• Recommend post graduate study and experience under a supervisor defined by the policy.

I submitted an appeal, paid 440 AUD and submit new references and a letter from my HOD showing my BTech is equivalent to Australian Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree and a matrix showing some courses in my transcripts and its equivalence in Australian varsities offering Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree. The appeal came out negative though the BTech was later recognised but one of the skilled employment was not recognised and the general comment of the assessor was “The applicant needs an additional 8 months of skilled employment under the supervision of a person who has a Quantity Surveying qualification that is recognised under the SMA policy”

Waiting for 8 months will be like hell so I get a new ref letter and I fired back instantly paying another 715 AUD, and almost two months I called AIQS twice and I was told my Assessor has not replied their mail so I had to write them officially and called after sending the mail around 5.40 am Nigerian time and the lady told me am just typing your report now and you will get it shortly. I almost fainted and could not do anything and about 3O minutes later I got their message and I opened it and got a SUITABLE outcome, I felt I just got my 189 grant. @Tee79 has been very nice to me she has given a lot of valuable advice in this assessment journey, and @Spyroxy1 has given a lot of ideas in tackling PTE, he is very approachable and helpful, his ideas, advice and mock test kits are very useful.

This PR process is not in any way cheap oh, On Assessment alone, I have spent roughly 1900 Australian Dollars, I have written 1 IELTS and PTE 5 times and I have faith am going to ace it if folks here can ace it at several attempts, am going for the 6th PTE soon. I also spent money on ECA (for Canada) and courier services. The race for 20 points in PTE begins in earnest, might write IELTS too. I am sure I will ace it one day.
Considering Subclass 190 visa in New South Wales with 55 points + their 5 points, I hope to get nominated early.

My PTE timeline is as follows:
L R S W
1st PTE - 7 Jun 2017 71 72 51 72
2nd PTE – 18 Oct 2017 76 73 61 90
3rd PTE- 23 Oct 2017 74 73 72 71
4th PTE – 31 Oct 2017 75 67 60 78
5th PTE – 1 May 2018 72 66 68 75

There is no substitute for PATIENCE, CONFIDENCE, SMARTNESS and FAITH in this journey, if I can get it, you can get it, don’t be tired and discouraged.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 9:34pm On May 10, 2018
qstomiwa your persistence will pay off someday.

Have you considered buying one of E2language package?

It may help.

It's come with mock tests plus classroom lectures if you have the time.

After our first PTE, We didn't want to waste any money anymore so we bought a package and aced it.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 9:50pm On May 10, 2018
Did u assessed fr engineering?
Michaelamo:


Just sent you a pm...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 9:55pm On May 10, 2018
Hw much is the package of E2 Language
wapu:
qstomiwa your persistence will pay off someday.

Have you considered buying one of E2language package?

It may help.

It's come with mock tests plus classroom lectures if you have the time.

After our first PTE, We didn't want to waste any money anymore so we bought a package and aced it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Arisslover: 10:30pm On May 10, 2018
That's the spirit. Keep pushing

[b][/b] sad[s][/s]
qstomiwa:
Around May last year, I had plans of migrating to Australia/ Canada, At a point I got stuck in choosing between the two countries, I know moving to Australia as a QS is a very good choice and agreed the choice will be based on my IELTS result that if I can have 8 in LRSW modules in IELTS, I will choose Australia and anything less will be Canada. I did my first English test IELTS on 13th of May 2017 and I had L8 R8 W7 S6.5. I was weak as 7 in speaking would make me kick-start the Canadian journey and I read about PTE and I registered for PTE on 7th June 2017 (I lost my dad on the same day). I pushed for my skills assessment with Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and writing PTE at the same time so as to crash the waiting time after getting an outcome from AIQS. I paid 715 AUD for skills assessment and it came out negative though am aware AIQS is very strict in their assessment.
My BTech (hons) degree in Quantity Surveying from FUTA was not recognised by the Assessor, though my UK MSc was recognised. The Comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
- The degree is not equivalent to Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree.
- The transcripts list only a small proportion of subjects that may directly relate to Quantity Surveying.

My skilled employment was also not recognised. Comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
- Not recognised experience based on submission from a member of an Institute which is not recognised by the AIQS
The Overall comments made by the Assessor are as follows:
• The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors is not recognized by the AIQS and the current referee is not listed as a member of the country of residence Institute.
• Recommend post graduate study and experience under a supervisor defined by the policy.

I submitted an appeal, paid 440 AUD and submit new references and a letter from my HOD showing my BTech is equivalent to Australian Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree and a matrix showing some courses in my transcripts and its equivalence in Australian varsities offering Quantity Surveying/Construction Management and Economics degree. The appeal came out negative though the BTech was later recognised but one of the skilled employment was not recognised and the general comment of the assessor was “The applicant needs an additional 8 months of skilled employment under the supervision of a person who has a Quantity Surveying qualification that is recognised under the SMA policy”

Waiting for 8 months will be like hell so I get a new ref letter and I fired back instantly paying another 715 AUD, and almost two months I called AIQS twice and I was told my Assessor has not replied their mail so I had to write them officially and called after sending the mail around 5.40 am Nigerian time and the lady told me am just typing your report now and you will get it shortly. I almost fainted and could not do anything and about 3O minutes later I got their message and I opened it and got a SUITABLE outcome, I felt I just got my 189 grant. @Tee79 has been very nice to me she has given a lot of valuable advice in this assessment journey, and @Spyroxy1 has given a lot of ideas in tackling PTE, he is very approachable and helpful, his ideas, advice and mock test kits are very useful.

This PR process is not in any way cheap oh, On Assessment alone, I have spent roughly 1900 Australian Dollars, I have written 1 IELTS and PTE 5 times and I have faith am going to ace it if folks here can ace it at several attempts, am going for the 6th PTE soon. I also spent money on ECA (for Canada) and courier services. The race for 20 points in PTE begins in earnest, might write IELTS too. I am sure I will ace it one day.
Considering Subclass 190 visa in New South Wales with 55 points + their 5 points, I hope to get nominated early.

My PTE timeline is as follows:
L R S W
1st PTE - 7 Jun 2017 71 72 51 72
2nd PTE – 18 Oct 2017 76 73 61 90
3rd PTE- 23 Oct 2017 74 73 72 71
4th PTE – 31 Oct 2017 75 67 60 78
5th PTE – 1 May 2018 72 66 68 75

There is no substitute for PATIENCE, CONFIDENCE, SMARTNESS and FAITH in this journey, if I can get it, you can get it, don’t be tired and discouraged.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 5:14am On May 11, 2018
Dikachi12:
Hw much is the package of E2 Language

Check for the one that's right for you.

https://www.e2language.com/Home/PTE

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by pdlibra: 7:33am On May 11, 2018
Please veterans in the house, what's the update from EA? Fast track skills assessment is taking forever. I haven't heard anything from them since late March that i submitted.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by humility101: 9:29am On May 11, 2018
I appreciate all the gurus in here, You guys deserve some accolades. Please keep up the good work
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 9:51am On May 11, 2018
This Guys are just frustrating ppl dis year... Nawao
pdlibra:
Please veterans in the house, what's the update from EA? Fast track skills assessment is taking forever. I haven't heard anything from them since late March that i submitted.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 10:31am On May 11, 2018
Congratulations!!! on your progress so far. Your efforts will pay off completely soon by God's grace.

You can also try Tasmania. and 489 nominations too while retaking PTE to boost point.


qstomiwa:


There is no substitute for PATIENCE, CONFIDENCE, SMARTNESS and FAITH in this journey, if I can get it, you can get it, don’t be tired and discouraged.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nonny100: 12:53pm On May 11, 2018
Please house, what amount of years of experience is required before one can apply for assessment.... Please it is urgent...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by humility101: 2:00pm On May 11, 2018
Nonny100:
Please house, what amount of years of experience is required before one can apply for assessment.... Please it is urgent...
I am not a guru, but I think with a minimum of 2 years experience you are good to go.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by SegunWamiri(m): 3:09pm On May 11, 2018
Nonny100:
Please house, what amount of years of experience is required before one can apply for assessment.... Please it is urgent...

Hi, it all depends on the body responsible for assessing your occupation. Another factor to consider is how much points you are able to garner from other eligibility criteria. Seen page 0 for details.

Cheers.

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