Pathways for Migration Skills Assessment
Pathways for Migration Skills Assessment

Pathways for Migration Skills Assessment

You can choose the pathways for migration skills assessment using the diagram given below and as per your qualification and educational background provided you meet the minimum academic requirement of a 2-year Advance Diploma or Associate Degree in engineering following 12 years of schooling or equivalent.

The pathways to recognition are shown in the diagram below:

skills assessment pathway flowchart

Migration Skills Assessment has 6 application pathways:

1. Accredited qualifications

Accredited qualifications are Australian and abroad engineering qualifications which are perceived through formal international agreements. Engineers Australia is a signatory to three international agreements – the Washington Accord, the Sydney Accord also, the Dublin Accord. Extra agreements have been entered with a little number of nations independently from the International Accords. Check your qualification in the “Other Recognized Qualifications”. The assessment of Australian and Accord accredited qualifications is fundamentally based on undergrad qualifications. Yet, some postgraduate qualifications have been authorized as independent qualifications.

Please ensure your qualification is accredited through the delegate body of the signatory nation by checking the International Engineering Alliance (IEA) site here.

On the off chance that your postgraduate qualification isn’t independently accredited and you don’t have an accredited undergrad qualification, you should present a Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) assessment. The CDR assessment will be prepared on the basis of your consolidated qualifications so both the undergrad and postgraduate capabilities must be submitted.

1.1. Australian Qualifications

Graduates of accredited Australian engineering programs are qualified for migration skills assessment by means of the Australian Engineering Qualifications application pathway. Current postings of accredited programs at the degree of Professional Engineer, Engineering Technologist and Engineering Associate are accessible here. The year appeared after each program is the year where that program was first accredited by Engineers Australia.

Students are regarded to have graduated from an accredited program and provide an evidence that they have started their studies within the period that full, continuous accreditation applies. This is indicated by a (F) after the beginning date of an accredited program. Provisional accreditation is signified by a (P) after the beginning date and demonstrates that full accreditation is normal yet not ensured. Candidates with provisional accredited qualifiction will be required to submit a Competency Demonstration Report for assessment.

1.2. Washington Accord Qualifications

In order to be recognized via the Washington Accord, the qualifications are to be listed publicly as accredited by the relevant signatory. For the relevant signatory, the title of your qualification and the title on the published list of accredited qualification must be same.

Accreditation applies for qualifications finished in or after the year wherein the applicable association gained full signatory status to the Washington Accord. Provisional accreditation isn’t adequate for assessment under this pathway.

For an assessment by means of the Washington Accord, the applicants must have a minimum qualification which are broadly comparable to an Australian 4-year Bachelor degree in engineering.

The Washington Accord applies just to engineering degrees certified by the delegate body of the signatory nation (for instance, a Turkish qualification accredited by ABET won’t fall under the Washington Accord as MUDEK is the delegate body for Turkey).

Please assure that you check the accreditation status of your qualification with the relevant signatory. Applications submitted under the incorrect pathway will not be effective.

1.3. Sydney Accord Qualifications

In order to be recognized via the Sydney Accord, the qualifications are to be listed publicly as accredited by the relevant signatory. For the relevant signatory, the title of your qualification and the title on the published list of accredited qualification must be same.

Accreditation applies for qualifications finished in or after the year wherein the applicable association gained full signatory status to the Sydney Accord. Provisional accreditation isn’t adequate for assessment under this pathway.

For an assessment by means of the Sydney Accord, the applicants must have a minimum qualification which are broadly comparable to an Australian 3-year Bachelor degree in engineering.

The Sydney Accord applies just to engineering degrees certified by the delegate body of the signatory nation.

Please assure that you check the accreditation status of your qualification with the relevant signatory. Applications submitted under the incorrect pathway will not be effective.

1.4. Dublin Accord Qualifications

In order to be recognized via the Dublin Accord, the qualifications are to be listed publicly as accredited by the relevant signatory. For the relevant signatory, the title of your qualification and the title on the published list of accredited qualification must be same.

Accreditation applies for qualifications finished in or after the year wherein the applicable association gained full signatory status to the Dublin Accord. Provisional accreditation isn’t adequate for assessment under this pathway.

The Dublin Accord applies just to engineering degrees certified by the delegate body of the signatory nation.

Please assure that you check the accreditation status of your qualification with the relevant signatory. Applications submitted under the incorrect pathway will not be effective.

1.5. Other Recognized Qualifications

Engineers Australia and the French Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs signed an agreement to provide the recognition of French engineering degrees in Australia.

This agreement applies to the holders of a French Diplôme d’Ingénieur finished in or after 1970 and recorded in the Journal Officiel de la République in the list of institutions habilitated to convey the title of Engineer for the completion year are qualified for an assessment by means of the recognized qualifications pathway.

While applying online, qualified candidate must choose the pathway “Washington Accord” and adhere to the directions for this pathway.

2. Non- Accredited qualifications/Engineering Managers

If the applicants have non-accredited qualification or are engineering managers, they are required to prepare a Competency Demonstration Report (CDR). The CDR assessment is based on the undergraduate qualification and demonstrated graduate competencies.

It is required to provide the documentary evidence on both:

  • The core technical engineering knowledge supporting the nominated occupation AND;
  • The demonstrated application of that knowledge in the nominated occupation.

The CDR must be all your own work. All composed components of the CDR must be finished utilizing a word processor and you are emphatically encouraged to keep a copy. Your CDR will be evaluated against the graduate competency standards and the ANZSCO definition of the occupational classification designated by you.

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