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Dear All,

Kindly note that I started my career as a web developer in the web development department in a well know ISP provider in my hometown, basically I worked for them for

1. 1 year and 4 months as a trainee with an average of 6 hours a day (during my last year in university)
2. 1 year and 9 months as an official employee listed in the payroll

During these 3 years period I was responsible for developing websites in ASP dot net and PHP, moreover, the training courses I completed during this period were

1. Microsoft ASP dot NET & SQL Server training – 60 hours
2. Programming with Microsoft ADO dot NET – 6 days training

Currently I have been working as a Senior E-Communication Specialist since 3 years and 9 months in the marketing department in a well known Real Estate company handling the below tasks

1. Websites Development & Maintenance
2. Web Applications Development
3. 3D animation & Interactive CDs development
4. I was assigned to work on the SAP (CRM Module) implementation, whereas, I was representing my team in creating
a. The Requirements Documents
b. Training & Testing
c. Project Documentation

So can you please advise if I am eligible to migrate as a computing professional with 60 points for skill according to my work experience?

Also I am bit concerned about my current job as I am handling IT tasks yet I am in the marketing department, so would that stand in the way of having my application approved or what?

Awaiting your kind feedback
 

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I think you do have enough experience to apply to ACS. What is more difficult to answer is if you have enough experience to also get evaluated for a skill (i.e. SAP). The specific skill (SAP) gets priority processing.

So for 2231-79 (nec) I think you can pass.
For 2231-79 (SAP) - will depend on how much technical experience you have when evaluated by ACS. You might now pass for this.

You will get 60 points for either, but getting a specialisation recognised gets you priority processing.

Dear All,

Kindly note that I started my career as a web developer in the web development department in a well know ISP provider in my hometown, basically I worked for them for

1. 1 year and 4 months as a trainee with an average of 6 hours a day (during my last year in university)
2. 1 year and 9 months as an official employee listed in the payroll

During these 3 years period I was responsible for developing websites in ASP dot net and PHP, moreover, the training courses I completed during this period were

1. Microsoft ASP dot NET & SQL Server training – 60 hours
2. Programming with Microsoft ADO dot NET – 6 days training

Currently I have been working as a Senior E-Communication Specialist since 3 years and 9 months in the marketing department in a well known Real Estate company handling the below tasks

1. Websites Development & Maintenance
2. Web Applications Development
3. 3D animation & Interactive CDs development
4. I was assigned to work on the SAP (CRM Module) implementation, whereas, I was representing my team in creating
a. The Requirements Documents
b. Training & Testing
c. Project Documentation

So can you please advise if I am eligible to migrate as a computing professional with 60 points for skill according to my work experience?

Also I am bit concerned about my current job as I am handling IT tasks yet I am in the marketing department, so would that stand in the way of having my application approved or what?

Awaiting your kind feedback
 

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Thank you halo and amaslam

to be honest I have not lodged my application yet, however, I am checking on this forum first because I will start the paper work very soon through a lawyer and i wanna make sure that i am investing my time and money in the right thing ,,,

on a different note, is the DIAC accepting any applications at the time being, i mean, i know for a fact that they stopped the MODL, but is the SOL still valid?

and this is the main reason behind my first post, is that i know i have SAP experience yet the list where SAP is listed has been discontinued if i was not mistaken?

therefore i think that my best bet is to apply my application as "Computing Professionals – (nec) 2231-79", however it would not harm to add the SAP experience to it ...
 

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My advice is to speak to an agent.... While you can do it all yourself its best to get some advise early on.
 
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