Education and Work Experience

Old Sep 6th 2005, 11:25 pm
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I wondered if anybody has an answer to my question:
Originally when we were debating applying and collecting our paperwork together etc, we spoke to an agent. He informed us that a qualification had to be taken and then you had to get x-years of work experience to get the points. I'm not sure if this is correct??? It didn't make any difference to our application, but obviously ongoing study whilst your application is being processed could increase your points.
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Old Sep 7th 2005, 12:32 am
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Originally Posted by NikkiNu
I wondered if anybody has an answer to my question:
Originally when we were debating applying and collecting our paperwork together etc, we spoke to an agent. He informed us that a qualification had to be taken and then you had to get x-years of work experience to get the points. I'm not sure if this is correct??? It didn't make any difference to our application, but obviously ongoing study whilst your application is being processed could increase your points.
Unless I'm misunderstanding the question (which is possible), ongoing study counts for nothing, the only thing that counts is a completed qualification, which ideally should be completed before you apply. You can't add points on midway through an application.
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Unless I'm misunderstanding the question (which is possible), ongoing study counts for nothing, the only thing that counts is a completed qualification, which ideally should be completed before you apply. You can't add points on midway through an application.

It is true that ongoing study would not give you any points. But from what i read from earlier threads, if you can send the results of your examination's and the copy of certificate of diploma or degree before the Initial Assesment(IA) is done, then it would count. If copy of certificate does not reach the CHC before IA, then u wont get points for it. They would not include anything after Initial Assessment.
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When we talk about work experience...
It looks like that for a "point" point of view you get no more if you have 10 years of experience than if you only have 4.
I have over 10 years experience in my present field. I imagine (I hope) that it must mean something other than just the 4 years of it, when the app. reaches the IA (Initial Assesment) stage.
Does it?
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