Did you know that VETASSESS provides skills assessments for more than 300 general professional occupations to assist you in planning to migrate to Australia

Here is the first part of list of General Professional Occupations assessed by VETASSESS

For more information and updates about VETASSESS Skills Assessment service, please visit the website http://www.vetassess.com.au

 

Group A

VETASSESS Skills Assessment Criteria:

Qualification/s assessed at Australian Bachelor degree or higher degree with a highly relevant field of study and at least one year of post qualification highly relevant employment at an appropriate skill level completed in the last five years.

 

ANZSCO Code Occupation Name More information about the occupation
224111 Actuary Becoming an Actuary in Australia: What is Actuary? Skills, Education, Job profile, Migration AssessmentThis occupation requires a major in Actuarial Studies or Actuarial Science.

Actuarial studies is the application of mathematical and statistical analysis in order to solve financial planning problems in areas such as insurance, superannuation and investment (ASCED).

Qualifications in Mathematics or Statistics with supporting highly relevant employment are assessed on a case-by-case basis

252211 Acupuncturist
234111 Agricultural Consultant
234112 Agricultural Scientist
272414 Archaeologist
212111 Artistic Director
252711 Audiologist
234513 Biochemist
234514 Biotechnologist
234515 Botanist
272111 Careers Counsellor Becoming a Career Counsellor in Australia:Skills, Education, Job profile, Migration Assessment 

Career Counselling is a specialised field of counselling which focuses on working with clients who are starting their careers or making a significant change in their career.

A Careers Counsellor provides individuals and groups with information about career
choices and assists individuals with self-employment (ANZSCO).

A highly relevant field of study would be Counselling, which is the study of the practice and skills required to provide guidance on personal, social and psychological problems
(ASCED).

Qualifications in Psychology without studies and supervised practical
training in counselling will not usually be assessed positively.

232213 Cartographer
234211 Chemist Becoming a Chemist in Australia:Skills, Education, Job profile, Migration AssessmentA Chemist studies the chemical and physical properties of substances, and develops and monitors chemical processes and production (ANZSCO). Chemistry (or Chemical Sciences) is the study of the composition, structure, chemical reactions and transformations of matter (ASCED).
A major in Chemistry would include subjects such as analytical, physical, organic and inorganic chemistry with an additional focus on modern applications such as nanotechnology, analytical and environmental chemistry, polymer science and surface science.
Qualifications in Food Science or Food Technology do not usually have the depth of Chemistry-related subjects to be considered positive for this occupation.
252299 Complementary Health
Therapists nec – “not elsewhere classified”
234311 Conservation Officer
133111 Construction Project
Manager
Becoming a construction Project Manager in Australia:Skills, Education, Job profile, Migration AssessmentIt is the study of planning and controlling building projects (ASCED).
General management degrees without underpinning or related studies in construction/civil engineering or building
would not usually be positively assessed for this occupation.

Qualifications in Architectural Studies with supporting highly relevant employment will be considered on
a case-by-case basis.

272199 Counsellors nec – “not elsewhere classified”  Skills, Education, Job profile, Migration Assessment

Counselling is the study of the practice and skills required to provide guidance on
personal, social and psychological problems (ASCED).
Qualifications in Psychology without studies and supervised practical training in counselling will not usually be assessed positively.
Nomination of the not elsewhere classified (nec) code requires applicants to hold qualifications and employment which do not better fit under another ANZSCO code, including the other counselling occupations.
Specialisations covered in the nec code include Gambling Counsellor, Grief
Counsellor, Life Coach, Rape Crisis Counsellor and Trauma Counsellor.

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