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  1. Hi there, my husband and I moved up to the Central Coast late November 2011 with our two daughters and our two boxers. I was so busy with the move and Christmas but now it's time to concentrate on trying to meet friends. If there is anyone out there that fancies a coffee and a chat I would love to hear from you. Sharon
  2. Hello. I have completed the Bachelor of IT, major in Network Services, at the Central Queensland University. It is an ACS accredited course. Here is a link to the degree: handbook.cqu.edu.au/Handbook/programs_4.jsp?s=4&code=CQ18 I took the following courses: Core: Conceptual Foundations of Computing Computer Hardware Fundamentals Professional and Technical Communication Ethics and Social Issues Programming Fundamentals Software Fundamentals Java Programming Visual Programming System Analysis and Design System Development Information Systems Project Managements Objects and Data Structures Database Use and Design Data Communications Network Services specialization: System Administration Operating Systems Networks Information Security Electives: Human Computer Interaction (from Application Development major) Database Application Development (from Application Development major) Statistics Principles of Economics Business Finance Macroeconomics Now, I am looking at SOL and I don't see Networking there, there are the following: 261111 ICT BUSINESS ANALYST 261112 SYSTEMS ANALYST 261311 ANALYST PROGRAMMER 261312 DEVELOPER PROGRAMMER 261313 SOFTWARE ENGINEER My main question is what occupation should I choose for Skill Assessment with ACS? I may fall under the Transitional Arrangements from 8th of February 2010, as I was studying in this course at that point in time under 573, although it was a different visa number since I had to extend it this year. If my understanding is correct, I should also fall under: 135111 Chief Information Officer 261111 ICT Business Analyst 261112 Systems Analyst 261311 Analyst Programmer 261312 Developer Programmer 261313 Software Engineer 261314 Software Tester 261399 Software and Applications Programmers nec 262111 Database Administrator 262112 ICT Security Specialist 262113 Systems Administrator 263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer 263113 Network Analyst
  3. Hi All There seems to be quite a few lonely people out in Australia, now for reasons X, Y & Z most of you Brits seem to end up living in the same areas. Now I don't know if I'm telling people to suck eggs or if it can be done or it is already being done.......... BUT can we have a new area on the forum where people can register what area they live in, (that won't get lost with the 1000's of other threads) Nearly 2 yrs ago Tim started up a groups section that got taken away could we not bring that back??? I know we have threads on "who's heading back" "fishing" etc but they can get lost at least this way people can see other people with the same interests etc and find answers and hopefully this will then allow people to start socialising with other like minded people, it should also allow people in the UK looking to move to that area a group of people that they can ask questions too and meet up once in Australia (hopefully making settling easier) and to me that's what PIO is all about. So can we PLEASE bring back the groups section :wubclub: Geoffrey
  4. I have recently joined Poms in OZ and am in business for myself (as a commercial finance broker) and am interested in hooking up with other POMS in business. One of the biggest issues I have found living & working in OZ is that like most of us, I have left behind not only social but business networks, and building them in a new country takes time - I have been here for 7 years and thankfully have established a good network, but when I first started it was painful. As a result of this frustration, I am trying to co-ordinate other UK business and professional people together to try and help all of us that are originally UK based professionals speed our intros into the OZ market. I am doing this via Linked In http://www.linkedin.com- if you are not on it already - you MUST get on it (it is the facebook of business) - and given Linked In have recently appointed a new MD in OZ you will see more and more exposure happening soon. I have just established a LinkedIn Group "UK Professionals in Australia" • UK Professionals In Australia • group | LinkedIn, membership of which is restricted to UK professional and business people (either here in OZ or those looking towards coming out) and will be co-ordinating monthly off-line events commencing in February 2010 for members of the group (initially in Sydney but further afield as numbers (and volunteers to assist) warrant). The beauty of joining this group (and others on Linked In) is that you can automatically see who else is within the group and it gives you the opportunity to communicate legitamately with them (the recipient does not necessarily have to accept your introduction though - so spamming is not advised) and with the offline events planned - it means that everyone would get the opportunity to meet - and hopefully business can get done (for ALL of us). BTW it does not cost anything to join this group (or any other group on LinkedIN for that matter). Regards Tim Lea