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AITSL Skills Assesment

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I received an email today from AITSL to say that my assessment has ben processed and will be posted to me. It doesn't actually state if it was successful or not, has anybody any experience of this? 

 

I kind of expected they would say it was successful or that I would get asked for more information if it wasn't to be successful.

 

any help would be appreciated 

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From what others have said, this seems to be the norm - they never give the results in an email. You’ll have the letter soon...good luck! ??

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Thanks guys :D I guess I’m just a worrier

 

here is hoping it’s positive news when it arrives 

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I got my email this week too! It had been 7 weeks since they received my application. Fingers crossed for both of us! ??

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On 4/13/2018 at 02:19, patrickc said:

I received an email today from AITSL to say that my assessment has ben processed and will be posted to me. It doesn't actually state if it was successful or not, has anybody any experience of this? 

 

I kind of expected they would say it was successful or that I would get asked for more information if it wasn't to be successful.

 

any help would be appreciated 

Don't worry your result will be positive :) I received the same email before. 


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On 19/04/2018 at 04:44, patrickc said:

Im hoping to get 75, English test this weekend 

All the best :)

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I am an early years teacher in uk but Pgce in primary and a masters in education specialising in early years can I apply for the early childhood teacher for a skilled visa ....?? 

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Hi Amfox,

It’s the supervised teaching practice that AITSL appear to be rigid on. Were the children under 8 for all placements?  When we submitted my wife’s application they insisted on a letter from Birmingham university detailing the age range of the children taught whilst supervised. 

This is just our experience however and the masters ticks a lot of boxes for you. Feel free to PM for any more info re application process to AITSL and we will help if we can. 

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No my pgce was primary so 5-11 since teaching my career has predominantly been in early years guessing this won’t count ??

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There was one person here that did a primary PGCE but dropped lucky by teaching under the age bracket on all placements.

We don’t know for sure. They seemed to be more interested in supervised teaching than anything else in our case but that’s not to say others haven’t done it. Wait for others to chip in and maybe speak to a migration agent. . 

 

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So would that stop me from applying ....?? My partner is electrician and they are in need . Is it worth going through an agent? 

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It might but not completely sure. 

Weirdly I am an electrician and wife early years so can help either way. 

Sparkies are definitely in demand. Skills assessment are more expensive but he would have to it regardless to register.so money isn’t lost. 

Your route is more straight forward and you may have more points because of the degree etc. So check that route out first. 

If you go the electrician route, I can at least tell him what to expect. 

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Ok so worth getting in touch with an agent ...? Does anyone know fees cost - also how much for sparky fees etc 

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Most agents agents will give you an initial consultation, probably for free or a minimal fee. You will get a good understanding of your options then. 

I’ll drop you a pm for the rest to keep this thread early years. 

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6 hours ago, Amfox said:

So would that stop me from applying ....?? My partner is electrician and they are in need . Is it worth going through an agent? 

I think you would be eligble to apply, if you were to get a letter stating you had over 45 days of supervised teaching practice with children between the ages of 0-8. was that the case?

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I graduated over ten years ago my pgce practices were 5-11 year group 

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2 hours ago, Amfox said:

I graduated over ten years ago my pgce practices were 5-11 year group 

did teach between 5-8 during ur pgce for over 45 days?

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20 hours ago, Amfox said:

Yes I did teach between 5-8 on all teaching practices 

then you should be good to apply as long as you can get a letter from your university stating that. :)

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