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york1e Sep 11th 2007 5:06 pm

TRA Again
 
Hi guys i think that my tra will be returned with the fee because i don't have any Qualifications on paper, even though i have been doing my job for 20yrs
I was wondering, could i go to OZ for an holiday, and whilst i'm there take some form of exam to prove that i am capable and qualified of doing what i say i can. (plumber) Many thanks in anticipation :thumbup:

scrum Sep 11th 2007 6:19 pm

Re: TRA Again
 

Originally Posted by york1e (Post 5298918)
Hi guys i think that my tra will be returned with the fee because i don't have any Qualifications on paper, even though i have been doing my job for 20yrs
I was wondering, could i go to OZ for an holiday, and whilst i'm there take some form of exam to prove that i am capable and qualified of doing what i say i can. (plumber) Many thanks in anticipation :thumbup:

It may be long shot but could you try for 457 by contacting employers and asking if they will sponsor you. While your out there on the 457 you can do all the exams necessary and apply for PR when you have the points for qualifications and aussie work experience.

Trish

iceman Sep 11th 2007 10:26 pm

Re: TRA Again
 

Originally Posted by york1e (Post 5298918)
Hi guys i think that my tra will be returned with the fee because i don't have any Qualifications on paper, even though i have been doing my job for 20yrs
I was wondering, could i go to OZ for an holiday, and whilst i'm there take some form of exam to prove that i am capable and qualified of doing what i say i can. (plumber) Many thanks in anticipation :thumbup:


I would suggest that you contact a skills assessment specialist. John Nye is the person I would suggest. He did my TRA and he has done others I have referred to him. He has alot of TRA experience and gets through cases that no one else has managed to. If you PM or email me I will give you his details

chelov62 Sep 11th 2007 11:54 pm

Re: TRA Again
 

Originally Posted by york1e (Post 5298918)
Hi guys i think that my tra will be returned with the fee because i don't have any Qualifications on paper, even though i have been doing my job for 20yrs
I was wondering, could i go to OZ for an holiday, and whilst i'm there take some form of exam to prove that i am capable and qualified of doing what i say i can. (plumber) Many thanks in anticipation :thumbup:

If you are a plumber and your TRA does get returned, as you are resident in the UK you will be able to go via the VETASSESS route.

yellowmellow Sep 12th 2007 1:02 am

Re: TRA Again
 

Originally Posted by york1e (Post 5298918)
Hi guys i think that my tra will be returned with the fee because i don't have any Qualifications on paper, even though i have been doing my job for 20yrs
I was wondering, could i go to OZ for an holiday, and whilst i'm there take some form of exam to prove that i am capable and qualified of doing what i say i can. (plumber) Many thanks in anticipation :thumbup:

Get the Australia and New Zealand mag from main tasco's. it hs an article on the new TRA .

hOPE THAT HELPS XXXXXXX


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