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Old May 15th 2017, 7:14 pm   #1
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Hi, I'm an Analyst Programmer from the UK. I'm currently studying for the Australian Computer Society's skills assessment, a necessary step towards applying for my Skilled Independent Visa (189). I've read the Core Body of Knowledge (CBOK) document from ACS, but it's rather generic! Can anyone point me in the right direction regarding reading materials that fit the Essential Core ICT Knowledge & General ICT knowledge? Many thanks, Steve.
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Hi, I'm an Analyst Programmer from the UK. I'm currently studying for the Australian Computer Society's skills assessment, a necessary step towards applying for my Skilled Independent Visa (189). I've read the Core Body of Knowledge (CBOK) document from ACS, but it's rather generic! Can anyone point me in the right direction regarding reading materials that fit the Essential Core ICT Knowledge & General ICT knowledge? Many thanks, Steve.
Have you looked at the summary of skills for the different occupation codes? (https://more.acs.org.au/__data/asset...ation-2017.pdf) That should point you in the right direction I would think but it's not my area - just read lots on here.
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Hi, I'm an Analyst Programmer from the UK. I'm currently studying for the Australian Computer Society's skills assessment, a necessary step towards applying for my Skilled Independent Visa (189). I've read the Core Body of Knowledge (CBOK) document from ACS, but it's rather generic! Can anyone point me in the right direction regarding reading materials that fit the Essential Core ICT Knowledge & General ICT knowledge? Many thanks, Steve.
Hi Steve

If you are working on the CBOK, you should read the ACS guidelines carefully (but many of my clients remain super confused after reading the guidelines).

Alternatively, consider consulting a registered migration agent who is IT aware

Good luck.

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