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1. Since you do not have ICT qualification you will have to take the RPL route for the ACS assessment. Not sure how many years of work experience they require since it's a different criteria. I have seen many posts in the forum regarding RPL. do a search i'm sure many people have been in your situation.

2. No idea how Biotechnologist are assessed buddy. So can't help you on that.

Try to meet a couple of agents and see what your options are. I'm sure they offer free assessment initially.

Good Luck!!!!
Thanks Spin123 for the information. I shall check other posts as advised.

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I am thinking of applying for skill assessment under 261111. I have a 3 years polytechnic diploma in Computer Science and Engineering and a 2 years lateral entry BBA (distance learning course) degree. I have one and half years of experience as Network Administrator and 6 & half years in a profile similar to 261111 requirements.

Could someone please clarify on the following doubts:
1. Is it advisable to send only the credentials for 3 years diploma or also include the BBA credentials since both of them are two different fields of study?
2. If it's a "Yes" to send only the diploma credentials then what are the chances of ACS accepting the first one & half years experience relevant for the job?

Thank you very much in advance.

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Hi All

I had posted the below query couple of weeks back and didnt know about this thread then...I did read through all posts here and most of them pertain to a IT / Technology domain, which I am not from. Here is my original post..

Hello All

Festive greetings and an advance Happy New Year to all members on this forum.

I have recently decided on applying for a PR in Oz and thanks to a few references, landed on this forum which is no less than a mine of helpful information. Thanks to all you guys.

I have about 13yrs of experience within the Banking & Financial services domain with a experience in Operations, project management and business process re-engineering. I am certified Six sigma Black belt and am looking to continue in the Quality / process re-engineering domain.

Prior to posting this thread, I did some looking around and one of the job code I found was 139914 - Quality Assurance Manager, which seemed like a close match.

I am not into Technology quality assurance and am a little confused about the job codes that I can research further. Request the experienced members in this forum to help.

I did a search for this topic before starting a new thread and did not find one. If there is already one that you are aware off, please point me in the right direction.

Thanks & Regards

Another job code which seems like a close match I just found....261111 - ICT Business Analysts..
Look forward to your thoughts.


My academics - Bachelor of Science (BSc - Electronics)
Certifications: Six Sigma Black Belt certified

I plan to complete a certification on Agile Project management methodology from PMI.

My current role: I lead the Process re-engineering / OPEX agenda and also manage process migrations from the US into India.

I have been in the Process re-engineering domain for about 6 years, but they do not relate to Technology development.

Would 261111 still be the right code that I pursue? Please advice.

Thanks

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Anybody who can help with the above please ?

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Hi satish,

I am a ITIL Capacity Manager. Would you advise which skillset to select. Business Analyst or System Analyst.
Advise from other expats is appreciated.

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I have the same doubt about whether to choose 261112-System Analyst or 261111-ICT Business Analyst. On ACS description booklet, job description and degree requirements are exactly the same.

I am wondering why there is two different codes for the same description. I have Bachelor and Master Degree in Computer Science and working as Systems Specialist (job description matches both codes.

Appreciate it if someone could please advise.

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Hello,
I am applying for ACS on 24th Feb 2014. I am stuck in one place. My company does not give the complete JD of what i performed while in company. However, i am planning to get it in a bond, signed by a notary. My JD coincides with the code "system's analyst". Could you please give me a sample or template which meets the points under the code , so that i could get an idea of what to put in. Due to this I am stuck for a week....

I started my career as a system engineer and now I am an incident manager. Dont know how my ACS would be taken into consideration. please mail me the details to (moderated)
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Hi Monima,

When I read through the roles & responsibilities for each company i feel some are not related to Systems/Business Analyst. I maybe wrong and there might be people who have submitted similar letters who have got through. Just keep in mind that for each service letter you provide, you need to satisfy at least 60-70% task mentioned below. that means around 5 points at least.

Anyhow what i mentioned above is my observation. maybe somebody else could chip in here as well. i'll PM you my service letters so that you could get some idea from them. Just to tell you i'm not from a very technical background and my two service letters were quite generic. however i was able to get through.

Good luck & all the best to you. Let us know if you need further help.

• working with users to formulate and document business requirements
• identifying, investigating, and analysing business processes, procedures and work practices
• identifying and evaluating inefficiencies and recommending optimal business practices, and system functionality and behaviour
• using project management methodologies, principles and techniques to develop project plans and to cost, resource and manage projects
• taking responsibility for deploying functional solutions, such as creating, adopting and implementing system test plans, which ensure acceptable quality and integrity of the system
• creating user and training documentation, and conducting formal training classes
• developing functional specifications for use by system developers
• using data and process modelling techniques to create clear system specifications for the design and development of system software
acting as a central reference and information source, providing guidance and assistance in the system project decision making process


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Hello, I am applying for ACS on 24th Feb 2014. I am stuck in one place. My company does not give the complete JD of what i performed while in company. However, i am planning to get it in a bond, signed by a notary. My JD coincides with the code "system's analyst". Could you please give me a sample or template which meets the points under the code , so that i could get an idea of what to put in. Due to this I am stuck for a week.... I started my career as a system engineer and now I am an incident manager. Dont know how my ACS would be taken into consideration. please mail me the details to (moderated) Regards harikrishnan
The template of the list of roles and responsibilities were already put up by ACS in their website. Just get a statutory declaration from your colleague or manager and model or fit your work responsibilities in the model of the one ACS provided.

The bond you're saying sounds more like a self declaration and ACS will not honor that. Best to get someone you used to work with make that declaration and have it notarized and stamped as certified true copy.

ACS-dec19, pending.
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