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    Hi,



    I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused on
    the following issue:



    I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have a
    B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I want
    to apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager)



    Can someone please guide me if I should apply for the RPL or the regular
    assessment?



    Thanks


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  • #2
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    Eligibility for Group A/B depends on just how much IT was in your
    degree, and the university and degree class. Other than reading the
    information on the ACS website and taking your own view, there's not
    much more you can do other than hiring an agent.

    Jeremy
    On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 13:41:08 +0000, hammad <[email protected]> wrote:Hi,I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused onthe following issue:I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have aB.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I wantto apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager)Can someone please guide me if I should apply for the RPL or the regularassessment?Thanks--Posted via http://britishexpats.com
    This is not intended to be legal advice in any jurisdiction

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    • #3
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      you should do a regular application, there is no need for RPL

      "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
      news:[email protected]
      My BSEE is from West Virginia Institute of Technology in the US. I completed the degree back in 1994 and as far as IT courses are concerned, out of 143 credit hours, I think they account to only 15-20 credit hours Originally posted by 4000 Psi
      where is your BSEE from? what IT courses have you competed and how may credits are they in total as compared to the entire EE curriculum? "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]"]news:961266.106346046- [email protected][/url]... Hi, I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused on the following issue: I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I want to apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager) Can someone please guide me if I should apply for the RPL or the regular assessment? Thanks -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com/"]http://britishexpats.-
      com[/url] -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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      • #4
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        Dear Hammad, 4000psi,

        I think that Hammad does need to do an RPL because there was insufficient IT
        study in his BSEE. Surprised you think otherwise, 4000psi. You should have
        come to our migration agents seminar :-)

        Cheers

        George Lombard
        --
        www.austimmigration.com.au


        "4000 psi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:NV_8b.3751$v%[email protected]
        you should do a regular application, there is no need for RPL "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
        My BSEE is from West Virginia Institute of Technology in the US. I completed the degree back in 1994 and as far as IT courses are concerned, out of 143 credit hours, I think they account to only 15-20 credit hours Originally posted by 4000 Psi
        where is your BSEE from? what IT courses have you competed and how may credits are they in total as compared to the entire EE curriculum? "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]"]news:961266.106346046- [email protected][/url]... > Hi, > I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused on > the following issue: > I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have a > B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I want > to apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager) > Can someone please guide me if I should apply for the RPL or the regular > assessment? > Thanks > -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com/"]http://britishexpats.-
        com[/url] -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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        • #5
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          what did i miss at the seminar in regards to this matter?


          "George Lombard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
          news:[email protected]
          Dear Hammad, 4000psi, I think that Hammad does need to do an RPL because there was insufficient
          IT
          study in his BSEE. Surprised you think otherwise, 4000psi. You should
          have
          come to our migration agents seminar :-) Cheers George Lombard -- www.austimmigration.com.au "4000 psi" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:NV_8b.3751$v%[email protected]
          you should do a regular application, there is no need for RPL "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
          My BSEE is from West Virginia Institute of Technology in the US. I completed the degree back in 1994 and as far as IT courses are concerned, out of 143 credit hours, I think they account to only 15-20 credit hours Originally posted by 4000 Psi > where is your BSEE from? what IT courses have you competed and how
          may
          > credits are they in total as compared to the entire EE curriculum? > > > "hammad" <[email protected]> wrote in message > news:[email protected]"]news:961266.106346046- > [email protected][/url]... > > Hi, > > I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am > confused on > > the following issue: > > I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but > I have a > > B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. > I want > > to apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager) > > Can someone please guide me if I should apply for the RPL or the > regular > > assessment? > > Thanks > > -- > Posted via http://britishexpats.com/"]http://britishexpats.- com[/url] -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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          • #6
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            On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 13:41:08 +0000, hammad
            <[email protected]> wrote:
            Hi,I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused onthe following issue:I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have aB.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I wantto apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager)
            My agent told me I had to explain abbreviations like LAN and WAN in my
            RPL.
            It surprised me, because I thouht the C in ACS was from Computer. So
            you're warned.

            Isis.

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            • #7
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              Hi 4000,
              what did i miss at the seminar in regards to this matter?
              Since you ask, a great deal of explanations about Group A, Group B, Group C
              and where RPL fits in and how to calculate eligibility.

              Cheers

              George Lombard

              --
              www.austimmigration.com.au


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              • #8
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                Originally posted by George Lombard
                Hi 4000,

                what did i miss at the seminar in regards to this matter?

                Since you ask, a great deal of explanations about Group A, Group B, Group C and where RPL fits in and how to calculate eligibility.


                Darn it, George. I visited you guys too early!



                Regards,

                Peter


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                This post is an expression of opinion and is neither legal nor immigration advice.


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                • #9
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                  ))

                  "George Lombard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
                  news:[email protected]
                  Hi 4000,
                  what did i miss at the seminar in regards to this matter?
                  Since you ask, a great deal of explanations about Group A, Group B, Group
                  C
                  and where RPL fits in and how to calculate eligibility. Cheers George Lombard -- www.austimmigration.com.au

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                  • #10
                    Rpl?

                    i think the intent is to show that you understand these terms and also what
                    they mean in English

                    "Isis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
                    news:[email protected]
                    On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 13:41:08 +0000, hammad <[email protected]> wrote:
                    Hi,I want to apply to the ACS for skills assessment and I am confused onthe following issue:I have more than 6 year's experience on Networking LAN/WANs but I have aB.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering which has few IT courses. I wantto apply for ASCO 2213-11 (System Manager)
                    My agent told me I had to explain abbreviations like LAN and WAN in my RPL. It surprised me, because I thouht the C in ACS was from Computer. So you're warned. Isis.

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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by 4000 Psi
                      what did i miss at the seminar in regards to this matter?
                      Probably you missed to wake up. Guess you found yourself locked there
                      after hours of sleeping?



                      Peter


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