Skills Assessment for Trade Occupations
A Trade Skills Assessment is an important part of the trade recognition process when migrating to Australia. It will determine if you have the skills and knowledge required to work in your occupation in Australia. Trade occupations such as an electrician, welder, plumber, carpenter, cook, motor mechanic and more.
Visa applications in Australia may require assessment for your nominated occupation by a relevant assessing authority. As a designated assessing authority, CPA Australia provides skills assessment services for the Department of Home Affairs to determine if you meet the educational standards for the following occupations Accountant, Corporate Treasurer, External auditor, Finance manager, Management accountant, Taxation accountant.
ACS is the authorised assessing authority that undertakes skill assessments for the purposes of skilled migration. The ACS role is to assess the skills and qualifications of ICT professionals who are considering migration to Australia to work in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector. This is an important role in Australia’s national interest, intended to supplement the Australian workforce with skills in areas of domestic shortage to ensure continued economic growth and enable the country to best position itself for continued prosperity.
Engineers Australia provides fair and accurate skills assessment services to engineers who wish to migrate to Australia. As the designated assessing authority for engineering occupations, Engineers Australia utilizes its expertise to administer impartial assessments appropriate to every applicant. The Engineers Australia promotes a guarantee of excellence for our migration services. Migrating to a new country takes a lot of work. We’re here to help.
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides skills assessment services to teachers who wish to migrate to Australia. A skills assessment determines suitability for School teacher occupations for Australia’s skilled migration program. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides skills assessment services to teachers who wish to migrate to Australia. A skills assessment determines suitability for School teacher occupations for Australia’s skilled migration program.
ANMAC’s Skilled Migration Services assess the skills of nurses and midwives who want to migrate to Australia under the General Skilled Migration program. We determine if an applicant has the nursing qualification and experience needed for permanent migration to Australia. ANMAC is the independent assessing authority assess the skills of Internationally qualified nurses and International students studying nursing in Australia.
If you have completed an AASW accredited Bachelor of Social Work or Master of Social Work, you are eligible to apply for a skills assessment through the AASW. The AASW must be able to verify that you met all the higher education provider requirements and have or are eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work or a Master of Social Work. The AASW must also see evidence that all applicants for migration skills assessment purposes meet the AASW English language requirements.