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TRA qualifications question

Old Aug 24th 2002, 1:49 pm
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I have a short quaestion on behave of my sister in law.

She has a diploma as a hairdresser which included 2 years of apprenticeship. She still has no experience exept those 2 years whilwe learning.

I have read on the TRA website that they assess your skills whether you learnt them through formal training or in the job experience.

Does this mean that TRA can assess her skills only based on formal training.

I know that for migration purposes she needs 1 year experience but she will soon begin to work and is planning to apply after one year of working. Because of the ' deeming date' I think it would be wise to have the skills assessed as soon as possible.

Has anybody had their skills assessed by TRA just based on trainig with no experience after that?

Thanks in advance for the asnwer(s).

Nina
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Old Aug 25th 2002, 6:30 am
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Hi Nina,

You should contact TRA about this. Generally you are required to have an
apprenticeship, or if a recognised diploma and no apprenticeship, four years of
training and experience combined. And that's just if you're British. For other
nationalities it depends on the recognition by TRA of the training regime. We have
their list of guidelines and criteria.

Cheers

George Lombard

www.austimmigration.com.au Nina wrote
in message <[email protected]>...
    >I have a short quaestion on behave of my sister in law.
    >She has a diploma as a hairdresser which included 2 years of apprenticeship. She
    >still has no experience exept those 2 years whilwe learning.
    >I have read on the TRA website that they assess your skills whether you learnt them
    >through formal training or in the job experience.
    >Does this mean that TRA can assess her skills only based on formal training.
    >I know that for migration purposes she needs 1 year experience but she will soon
    >begin to work and is planning to apply after one year of working. Because of the '
    >deeming date' I think it would be wise to have the skills assessed as soon as
    >possible.
    >Has anybody had their skills assessed by TRA just based on trainig with no
    >experience after that?
    >Thanks in advance for the asnwer(s).
    >Nina
    >--
    >Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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