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Vetassess process for carpenter with no qualification

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Hi All

Is it possilbe to pass a carpenter vetassess on experience alone?

A little background:

My brother is 41 and has worked as a carpentry for 20 years, though he has no formal qualification, he did complete a 4 year apprenticeship but struggles with ADHD and was unable to pass the final written exams.

 

Cheers

 

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Sure he can. Vetassess and ACTS can assess carpenters and both are experience based.

He'll need to investigate how many points he can generate for a skilled visa more generally as well of course. There's no point in passing a skills application, if it turns out you don't have enough points to apply for a visa in the first place.

Due to his age, he'll be looking at taking an English language test as well to generate extra points.

So I would suggest doing your own research on this, or contacting a registered agent for a no obligation assessment of his options.

Regards,

Richard


Richard Gregan Registered Migration Agent 9905168, MIA 880

www.overseas-emigration.co.uk

Direct telephone 0131 625 6900

Richard@my-oe.com

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Yes he can do the skill assessment basis the rich experience he have but that should be supported by experience letters only

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Thank you for the responses.

He has decided to pursue a 489 visa and will start the Vetassess process early next month :)

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