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  1. Hi everyone! If anyone could help me with the following enquiry I'll be thankful!: Migratory agents have access to the Country Education Profile (CEP) of each country, where they can see to which category a university belongs and according to that, they can check wether a 4 or 5 year degree like a Bachelor for instance (in my case from Argentina), is equivalent to an Australian Bachelor degree or Diploma. To have access, they pay an annual membership (I read it in another forum). For what I have been researching, also any individual (not an agent) could access to the CEP paying for an annual membership that allows to see the info of the country you are interested in. Have anyone used this service, and could tell me how does it work? E.g. In that year (membership), can you do several consults from several carrers? What information is shown when you consult? Also, I haven't fully understood the following: Is there a list of universities that are "recognised institutions" and if the case university is not recognised you could not apply for an assessment by any means? or, Does the fact of having a degree from a university that is not within the "recognised institutions" just imply that the degree could be considered as a lower degree (e.g A Bachelor being recognised as a Diploma in Australia)? Thank you for any help or comment that you could provide me :rolleyes:. Regards, Pampa
  2. I live permanently in Sydney and am looking to remortgage my London property with Barclays. Thay have advised me that I must update my "Customer Profile Report" by going into one of their branches. Problem is Barclays don't have a branch in Sydney. Any sugestions? HELP!!!!
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    profile picture

    hi me+hubby are new 2 the site and have tried 2 upload a picture for our profile but it says that upload has faild cud anyone please advise what 2 do so we can start enjoy using the site and hopefully start making new friends thankyou Gaynor+Paul :biggrin:
  4. Hi Everyone I found this website to be very useful for checking out suburbs to live in etc. I hope it helps you too. http://www.rpdata.net.au/ Then click on free Suburb Profile and get your report, it contains heaps of information. Apparently it provides all the below information. DEMOGRAPHICS (Source: The last Australian Census) Age Sex Ratio This graph displays the Age to Sex Ratio for the suburb in 10 year bands. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison against a larger sample set. Household Income (%) This graph displays the yearly income brackets for the residents in the suburb in $20k bands. Is the suburb full of people with large disposable incomes? Household Structure This graph displays the makeup of households as a percentage of the total suburb population. Couples with Children; Childless Couples, Single Parents, Lone Households, Group Households, Other. Household Occupancy This graph displays the various types of occupancy as a percentage of the total suburb population. Owns dwelling outright; Renting; Purchasers; Other. HOUSE STATISTICS: (Source: RP Data proprietary and Valuer General ) RP Data is tracking detailed statistics on 30 million properties around the country. That is why we are Australia's number one property information service. Below are some of the statistics available for your suburb. Median Prices (Past 10 Years) This graph displays the median price of houses in the suburb for the past 10 years. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison against a larger sample set. Capital Growth in Median Prices This table displays the percentage change in house prices in the suburb over the past 5 years. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison of change against a larger sample set. Recent Median Sale Prices (Graphed) This graph displays the median price of houses in the suburb for the last 12 months (rolling). This is very helpful when trying to understand what has been happening in the market recently. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison against a larger sample set. Recent Median Sale Prices. This is a tabular display of the same median prices of houses in the suburb for the last 12 months (rolling). This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison of change against a larger sample set. UNIT STATISTICS: (Source: RP Data proprietary and Valuer General ) Median Prices (Past 10 Years) This graph displays the median price of units in the suburb for the past 10 years. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison against a larger sample set. Capital Growth in Median Prices This table displays the percentage change in unit prices in the suburb over the past 5 years. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison of change against a larger sample set. Recent Median Sale Prices (Graphed) This graph displays the median price of units in the suburb for the last 12 months (rolling). This is very helpful when trying to understand what has been happening in the market recently. This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison against a larger sample set. Recent Median Sale Prices. This is a tabular display of the same median prices of units in the suburb for the last 12 months (rolling). This is then compared to the local municipality to give you a comparison of change against a larger sample set. AREA MAP: This is a suburb level cadastral map highlighting the official suburb boundaries. Points Of Interest such as schools, libraries, hospitals, police and fire stations are marked on the map. .
  5. My OH is just filling in the self assessment skills profile for Electrician. There is a part he doesnt understand what it means, so if you can help!!! Competency Groups 2- Are you able to fabricate electrotechnology components and, dismantle, install and connect equipment in an electrical circuit? 1) Have you fixed and secured equipment 2) Have you developed and connected control circuits 3) Have you selected and arranged equipment for electrical installations 4) Have you dismantled, assembled and fabricated electrotechnology components? He has ticked yes to all the other boxes about industrial, commercial stuff, LV stuff all the supervisory stuff...but this section he can't figure out what they are asking :huh: Thanks in advance
  6. Hi All Im trying to get a picture to show up next to my name and cant figure it :arghh:out and its really p-ing me off. Im probably just being a dumb ass but i cant figure it out. Please help
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    Profile Picture

    Ok forgive me if im being blonde but i cant get my profile photo to be visible on my threads, its keeps saying uploading failed, what am i doing wrong. Lisa:unsure:
  8. Guest

    Photos To Profile

    May be a silly question, but been on site for a while got photo for profile added, but not appearing when we place threads. Didn't think was that bad with computers - but can't suss this 1 out. Directions please. Gary & Senga X
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    Profile photo

    Hi, can anyone help me with uploading a profile photo? The FAQ say that they have to be a maximum size (around 9KB?) and all my photos are much bigger than that! How do I make them small enough? Thank you!
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    Help needed on profile

    Could someone tell me how to put the information about how far we are with our application on the bottom of every message that i send, if that makes sense to anyone.:wacko:
  11. BLINKING BLIMEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:mad: will someone please tell me exactly what i am doing wrong!!! I shrunk my photo to less than 130x 130 (which is what the piccy should be) and it said that it was too big....something about it being 11.5 kb rather than 9.5kb.............huh??????????????:confused: i finaly got it to work...not sure how and it was there last night and now its gone!!! i've tried to do it again, even shrinking it to well below 100x100 and it STILL says its over 9.5 kb. pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaassssssssse help me some one!!!!!!!!!!! :cry::cry:
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