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  1. Sarah Young

    ACS Skills Assessment Appeal

    Do you have the definition of "professional ICT"? This is where I'm getting confused, as Web Design is considered a "Professional ICT" role under ACS, so surely learning how to use the software to a professional standard to be able to do that job counts?
  2. Sarah Young

    ACS Skills Assessment Appeal

    Yea my agent was MARA registered. I haven’t counted anything using Microsoft Word in my evidence, I understand anyone uses programmes like that. I am however trying to claim for the coursework where we had to learn Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and After Effects, as well as coding in HTML and CSS for the digital design course.
  3. Sarah Young

    ACS Skills Assessment Appeal

    Hi everyone, I recently applied for a skills assessment through ACS under ANZSCO Code 261111 (ICT Business Analyst). The result was; "The following qualification does not meet the ACS suitability criteria: Your Bachelor of Arts in Graphic and Digital Design from University of Greenwich completed June 2015 has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Bachelor Degree with insufficient computing content and therefore does not meet the requirements of the ACS as stated in the policy manual." They didn't assess all of my work experience due to insufficient evidence, but based on the ones they approved, I think they need letter-headed references for all of them, which I can get. (I had a really bad visa agent experience, so no advice had been given to do this, they didn't even tell me I needed to certify my documents!) I'm really confused at the outcome, as my degree was Graphic and Digital Design, there was a ton of IT content, we had to learn how to use lots of software and most of our work was digital. Is this something I could successfully appeal? I have 4 years experience, so getting a Major in ICT content is ideal. Any advice would be appreciated!