Assessment Requirements

Assessment Requirements
  1. A minimum of 4 years of work experience in the nominated occupation
  2. Verifiable work experience documents
  3. Functional English
Assessment Process

The assessment process depends on whether you have or do not have an Australian qualification or Australian occupational license.

For those who do not hold an Australian qualification or occupational license

If you are eligible for a Trade Skills Assessment and have the skills for the nominated occupation, you need to provide proof of your employment, skills and qualification. Your proof must show that you have at least three years’ experience in your

Stage 1: Evidence review

An assessor/ assessing team will review the evidence provide to check you have sufficient employment experience and the skills required, to work in your occupation in Australia. When reviewing the evidence, the assessor/assessing team will conduct checks including calling your referees to confirm your evidence is genuine.

Stage 2: Practical Assessment and/or Technical Assessment

Once you clear the evidence review, you will be asked to pay a fee and complete a Practical Assessment or a Technical Interview. In the Practical Assessment, you will complete a series of tasks based on the assessor’s listing and be assessed by an assessor from Australia and an external assessor.
In the Technical Interview, an assessor will ask you a range of questions about the skills required as per the nominated occupation.
All assessments are held in English and no interpreter is allowed.

Stage 3: Receive your assessment outcome

If Skills Assessment is successful, you will receive:

  1. a Successful Outcome letter
  2. an Australian Certificate III or IV qualification from Victoria University, Australia

If Skills Assessment is unsuccessful, you will receive:

  1. an Unsuccessful Assessment Outcome letter
  2. the option to re-apply for the next assessment

For those who hold an Australian qualification or occupational license

Stage 1: Evidence review

An assessor/assessing team will review the evidence you provide to check if you have sufficient employment experience and the Australian qualification meets the Pathway Two requirements. The assessor/assessing team will conduct checks to confirm if your information is genuine.

Stage 2: Technical Interview

On providing sufficient and appropriate evidence, you will be asked to pay a fee and complete the Technical Interview. During the Technical Interview, an assessor will ask a wide a range of questions related to your skills and occupation.
All assessments are held in English and no interpreter is allowed.

Stage 3: Receive your assessment outcome

If your Pathway Two Assessment is successful, you will receive:

  1. a Successful Outcome letter

If your Pathway Two Assessment is unsuccessful, you will receive:

  1. an Unsuccessful Assessment Outcome letter
  2. the option to re-apply for the next assessment
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