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Old May 10th 2012, 9:58 pm
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I think Engineers Australia because u want to be assessed as Telecommunications Engineer/Telecommunication Network Engineer. According to DIAC SOL for Skilled migration, the assessing authority for it is Engineers Australia.
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Old May 11th 2012, 2:13 am
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Originally Posted by sabedin
hi every one,
I have a big confusion...Please help me
I have a graduation degree on Computer Science and Information Technology which is not an engineering degree.. But I have experience as Telecommunication Engineer which should be assessed by Engineers Australia.
My question is who will assess my qualification ?? Engineers Australia or ACS??
please tell me how can I assess my qualification...

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Work experience will take precedent, so it is Enginneers Australia. You will need more work experience as degree and experience do not match.
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Old May 11th 2012, 8:10 am
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thanks for your reply..but it is not EA..probably EA dont assess non-engineering degree
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Old May 11th 2012, 8:45 am
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thanks for your reply..but it is not EA..probably EA dont assess non-engineering degree
Really. Don't they have something like prior learning where they recognize experience in lieu of education?
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thanks for your reply..but it is not EA..probably EA dont assess non-engineering degree
Why ask the question if you've already decided the answer?
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Why ask the question if you've already decided the answer?
not really decided..just got a reply from EA..seems they dont assess computer science related education as ACS is responsible for that..
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not really decided..just got a reply from EA..seems they dont assess computer science related education as ACS is responsible for that..
Yes, but it's your experience that's the issue too. You'll be trying to get a nominated occupation based on your experience. So, if that is more engineering than computers, then you'll need to look more at EA. If EA are the body that assess for Telecommunication Engineer, then you don't really have much choice. If you want that profession, you'll need to be assessed by them.
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Originally Posted by sabedin View Post
hi every one,
I have a big confusion...Please help me
I have a graduation degree on Computer Science and Information Technology which is not an engineering degree.. But I have experience as Telecommunication Engineer which should be assessed by Engineers Australia.
My question is who will assess my qualification ?? Engineers Australia or ACS??
please tell me how can I assess my qualification...

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One of my friend who is also a Computer science graduate & worked as Switch engineer got his CDR assessed as Telecom Network Engineer from EA so i think it would be ok if you go for EA
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Hi there, I was wondering if those who had delt with engineers Australia for their skills assessment could help me out.
In particular the "carrer episodes" I'm just a little lost as to where to start so any advice on contents etc would be great or better if someone could send me an example of one that would be great.

I am a trained aircraft engineer though the RAF if any other ex servicemen /women have any advice also that would be great. Thanks a lot

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Old Jun 16th 2012, 5:44 pm
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Ease ignore that. The skill assessment is now done by Victoria university. As such I am in a similar problem with "employer statements"

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Dear all,
As you already knew, the CDR Booklet is changed in July 2012 and new booklet applied new "units and elements of competency" for PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER which is quite far away from what it was before.
Hence, I would like to ask if anyone can refer me to a sample CDR written in respect to July 2012 booklet or at least a clear description of this new competency elements!?

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Dear all,
As you already knew, the CDR Booklet is changed in July 2012 and new booklet applied new "units and elements of competency" for PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER which is quite far away from what it was before.
Hence, I would like to ask if anyone can refer me to a sample CDR written in respect to July 2012 booklet or at least a clear description of this new competency elements!?

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Welcome to the forum.

If you insist on wanting someone to provide you with a sample (why you would is beyond me, as you should know how to detail your own experience!), then try Googling it!

We will point people in the right directions on here, but we won't do the work for them.
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Thanks for prompt reply

I reckon there is a misinterpreting here. I m asking for assist of experienced people to help me through my CDR by referring some relevant reading materials that can ease the process of comprehending "units and elements of competency" for July 2012 and it is all about understanding them in better way.
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Thanks for prompt reply

I reckon there is a misinterpreting here. I m asking for assist of experienced people to help me through my CDR by referring some relevant reading materials that can ease the process of comprehending "units and elements of competency" for July 2012 and it is all about understanding them in better way.
Ahh, okies. Fair enough.

Hopefully someone will be along shortly that will be able to point you in the right direction.
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Originally Posted by Amo_Alex View Post
Dear all,
As you already knew, the CDR Booklet is changed in July 2012 and new booklet applied new "units and elements of competency" for PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER which is quite far away from what it was before.
Hence, I would like to ask if anyone can refer me to a sample CDR written in respect to July 2012 booklet or at least a clear description of this new competency elements!?

Amo_Alex
No significant changes in fact. Minor changes to the "units and competency elements' of course; but these have in fact made the writing part simpler than before. My suggestion would be to go through the points to be covered as given in the Booklet. Write a draft first, including all possible information in line with the guidelines and then fine tune it through iterations. You'll to surprised to find that it is not that difficult as it seems. Devote some serious time for it. Once again - just follow para 3.7 and 3.8 of Section C of the MSA Booklet religiously and you'll be fine.

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