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Guest samlisinlove

hello everyone,

 

well thanks for all your helpso far, weell i hopefully will be sending my tra forms off this sat if all goes wellso if there is anything other advise you can give that would be great?

 

as i am a hairdresser i have got so far!!

 

detailed ref from jobs

certs

tra form to fill plus q8 to fill in !!!!

2 photos

birth cert

 

is there anything else that could be put in i was wandering if my school cert should go in and ant competion work i had done?

 

also how do you prove your english language

 

 

thanks

 

 

lisa and sam:cute::spinny::swoon::v_SPIN:

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Hi i haven't had 2 send off any school cert but i did send copies of my competion certs but no photo's of themmy agent didn't advise that.Apart from that it sounds good.

 

 

GOOD LUCK.


Alex

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Guest Nick-ASA

Hi there

 

School certs (e.g. GCSEs) are not needed.

 

Make sure all of your certs are certified copies, not originals.

 

"How do you improve your English language", now there's a question :)

 

IF you think that you will not get things done in time for 1st Sept and IELTS, then have a look at http://www.ielts.org and try to find some relevant info on the test - all should be easy apart from maybe the reading section could be *slightly* tricky, maybe.

 

On question 8 - be as detailed as possible! No detail is too much detail :)

 

Cheers

 

Nick

australia-migration.com

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Guest samlisinlove

hi thanks for that nick,

 

i am prob being silly but i meant to say how do you prove your english langune?

 

do i have to do a test of somesort and send it off

 

sorry if im being dumb!!!

 

thanks

 

lisa

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Guest kimdownie

Hi there Sam,

 

You dont need to prove you are english if you have a british passport, according to either tom collett or welshstone (sorry cant remember which), I am sure you can do the IELTS test if you wish to get extra points but it is not necessary.

 

As far as question 8 is concerned Just make sure it is as detailed as possible, YOU MUST break every individual job you do right down into minute detail...even as far as what bowl you use to mix your chemicals and what tools you use to mix and apply colours etc. You can not provide too much so give them total over kill. I would also take copies of college notes and your training records, as they ask at the bottom of each section in bold writing for you to provide evidence of training, and certificates on their own probably wont be enough.

 

GIVE THEM OVERKILL OF INFORMATION

 

good luck

 

Kim

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Hello Kim.

 

My first name is Alan ... :):)

 

Best wishes.


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Guest kimdownie

Hi Allen!!!

 

I am so sorry I got your name wrong, Slight blonde moment....sorry again!!!

 

kim

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Guest Nicki Kefford

Hi Lisa. Fellow hairdresser here. Kim is right, put down everything you do that proves you are a hairdresser and you know what you're talking about. The more info and certificates, training, comps etc the better. Also make a list of all th techniques you do and what you use to carry them out - tools, equipment, products etc, even down to sweeping the floor, barbicide, UV cabinet, etc.!!!

 

Don't forget to make sure all your certs are certified copies too.

Any more help, let me know.

 

By the way, where are you heading for?

 

Nicki :wubclub:

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Guest samlisinlove

hi,

 

thanks nikki,

 

just wandering i have about 100 pages of cert s and contracts and stuff does ecah bit of paper need to be cert orif its in a booklet can just the front page been stamp?

 

thanks

 

lisa:yes:

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Guest kimdownie

Hi there,

 

If you are sending copies of everything, you only need to have the official documents certified, eg certificates and references, but not all documentation needs to be certified eg college notes and course work. they can all be paper clipped together as additional information.

 

kim

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Guest samlisinlove

thanks

 

does the ref that i have got from employer need to be stamp, i have got about 3 copies from each so i was just going to send them with out being certifed.:mask:

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Guest kimdownie

If you have enough original copies, sending the original will be fine. I would make sure you keep at least one of each original to take to oz with you. We sent originals and ours was fine.

 

kim

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Guest samlisinlove

cool thanks, hopefully i will be sending it all of to the tra this weekend i am trying to think of anything else i can send to prove that i am an hairdresser, :jiggy:

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Guest kimdownie

Are you sending copies of wage slips, or any tax documents??

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Guest samlisinlove

ya i have always been emplyed by a company but ya i have put a wage slip in from each job plus i have out my p60 in for my job i am in now

 

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Guest kimdownie

That will be absolutely fine

 

Good luck

Kimxx

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Guest samlisinlove

thanks for you help

 

lisa x:yes:

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