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Hello Everyone,

 

I'm after some advice. I have been granted my spouse visa and I'm looking to move to Perth in the next 4-6 months.

 

I'm looking at Vetassess to gain a Australian qualification. I'm currently working with diesel generators in the UAE.

 

Has anyone used them?. And is having a Australian qualification a big help on the job market or are my UK qualifications relevant in Oz.

 

Any advice would be a big help. Thanks

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Hi Dan and welcome to the forum.

 

I would suggest that gaining a position in Australia with any employer who does not understand overseas qualifications would be hard, so I consider it worth your while and expense to have your qualifications assessed as you will be issued with a certificate that shows what your quals equate to in Australia.

 

Congrats on receiving your spouse visa.... and good luck with your new life in Oz.

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Hi Ross, thanks for the heads up. i understand the job market is rough in Perth. I need to make myself as employable as possible to secure a job. I cant wait to make the move.

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Hi Ross, thanks for the heads up. i understand the job market is rough in Perth. I need to make myself as employable as possible to secure a job. I cant wait to make the move.

 

Love your attitude... you will go far.

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Hi Dan,

 

I used Vetassess to assess my Electrician qualification in the U.K. However this was for visa purposes, and you have already got that covered. They are a large outfit and from my experience everything went smoothly for my qualification assessment. What it would be worth checking is are you required to have a licence in the field you work in? Even though Vetassess approved my qualification for visa purposes i am still required to obtain my A class electrical licence before i can work as an electrician. Not much info but hope this helps, and good luck.

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