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Old 31st July 2013, 08:51 PM
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Hi, i have BSC Hons Computer Science 4 years Degree, and total 16 year education.
also have 8 years of Experience in IT Network/Systems side.
i am just checking, if Having a vendor certification must or optional?
actually i dont hold a Valid Certification right now, all expired, so just checking if i need to redo few certs before applying for ACS? or its fine with my BSC hons CS only?
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Hi ahmad82pkn,

check the ACS Summary of Criteria. A bachelor of science (with a major in ICT) fulfills the educational requirements, no additional vendor qualification is needed. Depending on your nominated occupation code, ACS requires you to have at least 2 years (if your BSc is closely related to you nominated occupation) or 4 years (if your BSc is NOT closely related to you nominated occupation) of relevant work experience post-degree before they deem you skilled. Only work experience after the ACS "skilled" date can be used to claim work experience points.

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thanx for your reply,
but i didnt understand this "Only work experience after the ACS "skilled" date can be used to claim work experience points. "

can you elaborate it? means once my ACS is approved, what every experience i gain after that will be my true experience that will be counted?

what about experience before that?

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Alright, i guess i understand now. so if my BSc is closely relevant to my nominated occupation, even then 2 years will have to deducted in any case.
so 8 year experience will be 6 years because first 2 years are pre req for ACS assessment, even if i am relevant to my nomination. humm, thats bad .

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