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Hi everyone, I hear the new Skilled list is due out anyday now.... It may already be out, anyone know the exact date and where I can find the list..
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New SOL will be announced by 30 April 2010 on the http://www.immi.gov.au/.
Frankly I'm also waiting for this list for the months. A few seconds ago I discovered site tap://www.visabureau.com/blog/post/australian-immigration-changes-update-draft-sol-released-by-skills-australia.aspx, where probably someone reveal a draft of new SOL, unfortunately my profession isn't on this list therefore I waiting for the official announcement.

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Originally Posted by 6991samantha View Post
Hi everyone, I hear the new Skilled list is due out anyday now.... It may already be out, anyone know the exact date and where I can find the list..
Hi Samantha,

I got this list from another forum so cannot vouch for its authenticity. But here you go:-

IMMIGRATION NEWS

Volume 164: Draft SOL Released
Skills Australia has released a report titled “Australian Workforce Futures” which contains a draft of the new Skilled Occupation List. This list is to be examined and perhaps revised by DIAC by the 30th April 2010 but it gives a good indication of the changes we can expect.


Page 83 and 84 of the report;

1331* Construction managers
2544 Registered nurses
1332 Engineering managers
2611 ICT business and systems analysts
1341 Child care centre managers
2613 Software and applications programmers
1342 Health and welfare services managers
2633 Telecommunications engineering professionals
1343 School principals
2711 Barristers(d)
1344 Other education managers
2712 Judicial and other legal professionals(d)
2211 Accountants(a)
2713 Solicitors(d)
2212 Auditors, company secretaries and corporate treasurers(b)
2723 Psychologists
2221 Financial brokers
2725 Social workers
2241 Actuaries, mathematicians and statisticians(c)
3122 Civil engineering draftspersons and technicians
2245 Land economists and valuers
3132 Telecommunications technical specialists
2311 Air transport professionals
3211 Automotive electricians
2312 Marine transport professionals
3212 Motor mechanics
2321 Architects and landscape architects
3221 Metal casting, forging and finishing trades workers
2322 Cartographers and surveyors
3222 Sheet metal trades workers
2326 Urban and regional planners
3231 Aircraft maintenance engineers
2331 Chemical and materials engineers
3233 Precision metal trades workers
2332 Civil engineering professionals
3241 Panel beaters
2333 Electrical engineers
3243 Vehicle painters
2334 Electronics engineers
3311 Bricklayers and stonemasons
2335 Industrial, mechanical and production engineers
3312 Carpenters and joiners
2336 Mining engineers
3321 Floor finishers
2339 Other engineering professionals
3322 Painting trades workers
2341 Agricultural and forestry scientists
3331 Glaziers
2346 Medical laboratory scientists
3332 Plasterers
2347 Veterinarians
3334 Wall and floor tilers
2393 Teachers of English to speakers of other languages
3341 Plumbers
2411 Early childhood (pre-primary school) teachers
2412 Primary school teachers
3421 Air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanics
2413 Middle school teachers
3422 Electrical distribution trades workers
2414 Secondary school teachers
3423 Electronics trades workers
2415 Special education teachers
3942 Wood machinists and other wood trades workers
2421 University lecturers and tutors
3991 Boat builders and shipwrights
2511 Dieticians
3996 Sign writers
2512 Medical imaging professionals
4112 Dental hygienists, technicians and therapists
2514 Optometrists and orthoptists
4114 Enrolled and mothercraft nurses
2515 Pharmacists
4115 Indigenous health workers
2521 Chiropractors and osteopaths
4231 Aged and disabled carers
2523 Dental practitioners
4233 Nursing support and personal care workers
2524 Occupational therapists
4412 Fire and emergency workers
2525 Physiotherapists
4413 Police
2526 Podiatrists
2527 Speech professionals and audiologists
2531 Generalist medical practitioners
2532 Anaesthetists
2533 Internal medicine specialists
2534 Psychiatrists
2535 Surgeons
2539 Other medical practitioners
2542 Nurse educators and researchers
2543 Nurse Managers

* The ANZSCO unit group code number
(a) CPA or equivalent
(b) Auditors only
(c) Actuaries only
(d) Legal professionals admitted to practice only
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Originally Posted by sidharthd View Post
Hi Samantha,

I got this list from another forum so cannot vouch for its authenticity. But here you go:-

IMMIGRATION NEWS

Volume 164: Draft SOL Released
Skills Australia has released a report titled “Australian Workforce Futures” which contains a draft of the new Skilled Occupation List. This list is to be examined and perhaps revised by DIAC by the 30th April 2010 but it gives a good indication of the changes we can expect.


Page 83 and 84 of the report;
This is just a draft list of suggestions by Skills Australia - it may or may not reflect what DIAC then decide is going to be in the new SOL.
So the above occupations are just suggestions at the current time...

Here is a link to the document
http://www.skillsaustralia.gov.au/PD...F_strategy.pdf

The new SOL is expected to come out this Friday (although not effective until July)

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thanks alot guys youa re all really helpful
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How about anyone who lodged their application already, is that will affect their application?My one lodged way back to early Feb 2009 as accountant, but I saw the Draft SOL only need CPA or equivalent qualified accountant. I am not fully qualified yet. so I just hope it wont affect my applications... Thanks
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Do you guys think they will clarify what CPA or equivalent mean? I read a lot of oppinions regarding this matter, but it seems like nobody knows for sure what it relay means.
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Originally Posted by Elena View Post
Do you guys think they will clarify what CPA or equivalent mean? I read a lot of oppinions regarding this matter, but it seems like nobody knows for sure what it relay means.
Regarding accountancy, all detailed here for post July.

http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=665713

Seems not worst and is based purely on academic qualification, mainly uni rather than needing to be actually a qualified accountant.
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Originally Posted by delectable View Post
Regarding accountancy, all detailed here for post July.

http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=665713

Seems not worst and is based purely on academic qualification, mainly uni rather than needing to be actually a qualified accountant.
Thank you for answering my question. This is really good news for us. Sorry for the people whose english level doesn't meet the assessment bodies' expectations.

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Hi everyone, I hear the new Skilled list is due out anyday now.... It may already be out, anyone know the exact date and where I can find the list..
I think it is going to be announced today the Pomsinoz forum mentioned it earlier whilst I was looking.
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We are here in Australia already on the student visa. I notice that my wifes occupation could potentially be added (Aged Care) and she's worked in profession all her life. It would be a bonus if it were to make it on the list and get us off the present crappy student visa we're on. Heres hoping!
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it guys, i dont know if looked into this but its good news if they implement the codes according to this.

2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts
261111 ICT Business Analyst 1
261112 Systems Analyst 1
2613 Software and Applications Programmers
261311 Analyst Programmer 1
261312 Developer Programmer 1
261313 Software Engineer 1
261399 Software and Applications Programmers nec
263 ICT Network and Support Professionals
2631 Computer Network Professionals
263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer 1
263112 Network Administrator 1
263113 Network Analyst 1
Source Austrlian statics Office

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Originally Posted by wookiee06 View Post
it guys, i dont know if looked into this but its good news if they implement the codes according to this.

2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts
261111 ICT Business Analyst 1
261112 Systems Analyst 1
2613 Software and Applications Programmers
261311 Analyst Programmer 1
261312 Developer Programmer 1
261313 Software Engineer 1
261399 Software and Applications Programmers nec
263 ICT Network and Support Professionals
2631 Computer Network Professionals
263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer 1
263112 Network Administrator 1
263113 Network Analyst 1
Source Austrlian statics Office
Is these occupations part of New SOL & CISSP/Network Security not included?
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Originally Posted by alipa View Post
Is these occupations part of New SOL & CISSP/Network Security not included?
this is based on the draft using the ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations

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Originally Posted by wookiee06 View Post
it guys, i dont know if looked into this but its good news if they implement the codes according to this.

2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts
261111 ICT Business Analyst 1
261112 Systems Analyst 1
2613 Software and Applications Programmers
261311 Analyst Programmer 1
261312 Developer Programmer 1
261313 Software Engineer 1
261399 Software and Applications Programmers nec
263 ICT Network and Support Professionals
2631 Computer Network Professionals
263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer 1
263112 Network Administrator 1
263113 Network Analyst 1
Source Austrlian statics Office
in the draft list, is the IT Manager occupation gone?
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