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Sarz

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Oh right. Didn't think of that as an issue, Presumed that you had work ex as you are teaching already. 

My teaching experience was cut to 5 year by AITSL, and I have been teaching since 2010 so lost points there. 

Btw, VIT registration came through today. Now registered as provisional teacher ūüôā¬† with VIC.¬†

Hopefully this will help our case. 

Good luck to you!
Keep posting, good to hear fellow teacher's journey through this long process.

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FYI, Fellow teachers. Who have been waiting...here is some info on invites form 1st July 2018 to March 2019

 

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My teaching experience was cut to 5 year by AITSL, and I have been teaching since 2010 so lost points there. 

Except for deeming dates, the opinions of skills assessing authorities about work experience points are only advisory. Have you taken professional advice about this?

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4 minutes ago, wrussell said:

ExceptÔĽŅ for deeming dates, the opinions of skills assessing authorities about work experience points are only advisory. Have you taken professional advice about this?

Our agent said we can only apply for points as per our AITSL Assessment or this ma be considered as fraud on our part. 

Masters completed in 2013 (AITSL recognised work ex from here) but teaching primary and secondary since 2010. 

May I ask what is your opinion as an agent? 

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I do not offer opinions about cases I have not fully assessed. If your agent is a registered migration agent you should probably accept the advice.

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Only post-qualification work experience is counted. Presumably your first degree did not qualify you.

If you completed post-qualification work experience for which the first 4 ANZSCO digits were not the same as those of your nominated occupation, such work experience would not be counted as 'closely related' for points.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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Fair enough!  

I will direct this to our agent. The Work Ex is in the same field of teaching.

I appreciate you guidance, though. Very kind of you!

 

5 minutes ago, wrussell said:

I do not offer opinions about cases I have not fully assessed. If your agent is a registered migration agent you should probably accept the advice.

NOTES

Only post-qualification work experience is counted. Presumably your first degree did not qualify you.

If you completed post-qualification work experience for which the first 4 ANZSCO digits were not the same as those of your nominated occupation, such work experience would not be counted as 'closely related' for points.

 

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HI guys, does anyone know if I need a skill assessment for a year of experience i(secondary teacher) n NSW? Or can I just provide my payslips? 

I started working since the beginning of the academic year (28/01/2019). Can I claim my points at the end of the school year (20/12/2019) or  Will I have to wait until 28/01/2020 (which will include my summer break)? 

Regards

 

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Hi Pam, 

Our agent told us that a Minimum 24 months paid employment work experience is required for NSW and to claim points you will need to have AITSL  assess not just your work claim but also your education. 
Fortunately NSW is only open to Match or Science stream so good for you. 

Hope this helps.

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5 hours ago, Sarz said:

Hi Pam, 

Our agent told us that a Minimum 24 months paid employment work experience is required for NSW and to claim points you will need to have AITSL  assess not just your work claim but also your education. 
Fortunately NSW is only open to Match or Science stream so good for you. 

Hope this helps.

I just contacted AITSL. We only need 1 year experience in NSW. I have a positive skill assessment for my qualification. I need to assess my work experience which will cost 228$. 

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On 30/07/2019 at 16:09, pamoushe said:

I just contacted AITSL. We only need 1 year experience in NSW. I have a positive skill assessment for my qualification. I need to assess my work experience which will cost 228$. 

Hey Pam, 

Did you get an invite? 

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 to claim points you will need to have AITSL  assess not just your work claim but also your education. 

Was this advice from a registered migration agent?


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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22 hours ago, wrussell said:

Was this advice from a registered migration agent?

Yes.

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On 21/08/2019 at 11:15, Sarz said:

Hey Pam, 

Did you get an invite? 

Hi, no I haven't and I don't think I will get any before February. I contacted the department of home affairs and AITSL. I don't need a skill assessment for my work experience as I'm working in a public school. All I need is my payslips and my contract. For 189, I don't stand a chance with 70 or 75 points. 190 NSW requires 1 year of experience will be completed by January. So I'm hoping I'll be invited by then. 

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On 22/08/2019 at 11:45, Sarz said:

Yes.

To apply for a skilled migration, you need a skill assessment from AITSL. If your work experience is in Australia (full-time not casual) you won't need an assessment. Contract and payslips will do. If you have been working overseas or in Australia but as a casual teacher, then you need a work assessment from AITSL. 

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Update on our application. 190 visa sponsorship form Victoria got rejected. ūüė쬆

So disheartening. Vic is the only state open for Secondary school teachers.

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18 minutes ago, Sarz said:

Update on our application. 190 visa sponsorship form Victoria got rejected. ūüė쬆

So disheartening. Vic is the only state open for Secondary school teachers.

Why did it get rejected?

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 Vic is the only state open for Secondary school teachers.

You have been misinformed.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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4 hours ago, Jelly said:

Why did it get rejected?

They have enough English language teachers apparently.

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38 minutes ago, wrussell said:

You have been misinformed.

Which other states are open? 

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10 hours ago, Sarz said:

Which other states are open? 

Go on each states website and you can see there list of occupations.

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Under certain conditions some states/territories will accept applications for some skilled occupations that they have not currently listed as 'open'. It is a matter of doing the homework.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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I couldn't find any states for secondary teachers that were overly positive. The NSW condition was that you've already worked in NSW for a year. No use to man nor beast really. When I last looked at Vic it was specifying subjects for secondary and Primary teachers had to be specialist in a language... such as mandarin and Chinese for example. Again, for UK folk that's no use either.

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On 05/12/2019 at 06:57, wrussell said:

Under certain conditions some states/territories will accept applications for some skilled occupations that they have not currently listed as 'open'. It is a matter of doing the homework.

I haven't been misinformed.

As an agent you should not quote incorrect info, The system is hard enough and super expensive for hopefuls like us to be sent on wild goose chase.

 

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On 05/12/2019 at 08:21, Dean0703 said:

I couldn't find any states for secondary teachers that were overly positive. The NSW condition was that you've already worked in NSW for a year. No use to man nor beast really. When I last looked at Vic it was specifying subjects for secondary and Primary teachers had to be specialist in a language... such as mandarin and Chinese for example. Again, for UK folk that's no use either.

Dean, I agree.

Try for 491 our agent advised us to go for ACT as they may be open in January via the Matrix and are taking overseas applications.  Vic was our only true hope. 

For NSW secondary teachers is in low category. Unless you want to go out to the remote Bush.

QLD is closed. WA & NT are not open for overseas applicants

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