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Old 4th August 2012, 12:40 PM
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Hi folks,

I just logged in to check on the VETASSESS status and it says skills assessment "unsuccessful". I am gutted and surprised.

I lodged an assessment for "Hotel Manager" ANZSCO 141311 / Diploma Level.

My German qualification "State certified Hotel Manager" requires a 3-year apprenticeship as "Hotel Manager" and 2 years work experience then it is a full time school for 2 years. In total taking 7 years to accomplish.
An Australian Diploma in Hotel Management can be done in a year after Highschool.

It is classified in the European Qualification Framework in Level 6 (equal to a Bachelor degree) and I only assessed it for a Diploma level.

I also enclosed a "Certificate of Equivalence" from the German authorities who assess Australian qualifications.

Within the last 5 years my work experience included 3.5 years as Assistant Hotel Finance & Accounts Manager also doing regular Duty Manager shifts and Hotel Duty Manager.
I also got my previous employer to issue an ANZSCO description matching reference.

What is the general experience with VETASSESS for professional occupations assessment?
Can a re-assessment or appeal help or is it waste of money?

Of course I have to wait for the letter first to see what the reason was.

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Did they say why it is unsuccessful? Call them and ask

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I received the letter from VETASSESS today.

They did not accept my employment as "Assistant Hotel Finance & Accounts Manager" as highly relevant to the ANZSCO tasks.

I had included a reference from my previous employer listing all tasks (almost identical to the ANZSCO tasks). Also mentioning that I did Hotel Duty Manager shifts on a regular basis (also mentioned on the ANZSCO tasks as occupation).

It could not have been clearer anymore!

I intend to apply for a reassessment and include a statutory declaration pointing out the amount of weekly Duty Manager shifts and describe the tasks again.

Any thoughts / recommendations?

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Hi, how did it go? did you get reassessment done?

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Hi, how did it go? did you get reassessment done?
Reassessment was successful and the 190 PR was granted in January 2013
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Cool! congratulations!

What did you have to fix for the re-assessment?... and how much more did it cost?

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Cool! congratulations!

What did you have to fix for the re-assessment?... and how much more did it cost?
I included statutory declarations and job descriptions highlighting the tasks as Duty Manager relevant to Hotel Manager occupation.

The fee was around $500 I believe.

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I am new to expat forum. reqeust your help with vetassess skill assessment.

Hi, I have identified the job code - Financial Investment Manager and vetasses is the screening agency. I had appointed Y-axis for immigration and paid the fees.
I have done my graduation in Bachelor of Commerce with 45%.
I have 10 years of experience in as an Investment Manager.

Y-axis has to say that because of my low percantile for graduation I am not eligible to make an application under the job code of - Financial investment Manager - 221113.

Rquest if someone can help me understand the process and co-relation between the educational qualification (PErcentile specially) and the job code.

I understand I am duped by Y-axis however I dont want to lose hope on australia immigration and want to do a self application to vettassess. Pl help

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I am new to expat forum. reqeust your help with vetassess skill assessment.

Hi, I have identified the job code - Financial Investment Manager and vetasses is the screening agency. I had appointed Y-axis for immigration and paid the fees.
I have done my graduation in Bachelor of Commerce with 45%.
I have 10 years of experience in as an Investment Manager.

Y-axis has to say that because of my low percantile for graduation I am not eligible to make an application under the job code of - Financial investment Manager - 221113.

Rquest if someone can help me understand the process and co-relation between the educational qualification (PErcentile specially) and the job code.

I understand I am duped by Y-axis however I dont want to lose hope on australia immigration and want to do a self application to vettassess. Pl help
Nilesh - see my last post on VETASSESS skills assessment thread. I have given a detailed explanation. Don't keep posting the same questions.

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I included statutory declarations and job descriptions highlighting the tasks as Duty Manager relevant to Hotel Manager occupation.

The fee was around $500 I believe.
Dear Franconian,

Sorry to bother you. But I need your help please. I am also working in a Hotel as a Duty Banager for more than a year in my home country and I am on my way to apply for assessment to VETASSESS as a Hotel Manager. Now I am very worried about the tasks that Vetassess want to see for a positive assessment. Although my current job tasks match the tasks described under 141311 ANZSCO code. But still need your help please.

Can you please email me the tasks of Australian 6 month work experience as a Duty Manager that was acceptable to Vetassess?? I mean the tasks that were written in the reference letter and/Or, CV.

This would really help me gain positive assessment. Please help me.....

My email is: myonlyamit (AT) gmail (DOT) com

Thanks.


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