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Hi guyz,

have a question. Can one still select a skill from the required skills although it is not 100% the right one? for example if someone working with digital photo printers involved with photo editing and printing apply as a small Offset printer or printing machinist? :confused:

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You can pick any skill, but the main thing is: Do you believe you will pass the skills assessment?

You don't know that until you apply for the skills assessment. But if the work has significant portions of the other skill you want to pick then by all means go ahead.

If you pass the skills assessment then DIAC will take that as your applied for skill and process accordingly.

Hi guyz,

have a question. Can one still select a skill from the required skills although it is not 100% the right one? for example if someone working with digital photo printers involved with photo editing and printing apply as a small Offset printer or printing machinist? :confused:

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Hi guyz,

have a question. Can one still select a skill from the required skills although it is not 100% the right one? for example if someone working with digital photo printers involved with photo editing and printing apply as a small Offset printer or printing machinist? :confused:

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:( that is very sad, like we were comparing the job description of a small offset printer and a photo lab technician and they have quite some similarities but then each has some additional duties not included in the other. Is a shame coz we would have been able to beat the points but now our dream seems to vanish in the horizon....:confused:
 
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