Skills Assessments for Migration to Australia
Depending on your situation, you may need a Skills Assessment.
Skills Assessments are required for permanent migration, in most cases.
In other cases, Skills Assessments may be requested at application.
Request a call-back or email us if you need advice on the right Skills Assessment for you.
Which Skills Assessments do we manage?
Our registered migration professionals manage skills assessment applications.
Our registered migration professionals have extensive experience with a wide range of skills assessing bodies.
- Trades Recognition Australia (TRA)
- Engineers Australia
- Australian Institute of Management (AIM)
- Accounting bodies CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
- Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
- Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
- Australian Computer Society (ACS)
- Medical Board of Australia
- Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA)
- Australian Dental Council (ADC)
- Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
- Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC)
- Australian Pharmacy Council
- Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand (OCANZ)
Who manages the skills assessments?
NOTE: Failure rates in skills assessment applications are high.
For this reason, skill assessment applications are managed by experienced, registered professionals.
Our registered professionals have dealt with a range of skills assessing bodies.
Their knowledge, skills and experience are applied to managing each application.
Our migration professionals understand the correct depth of information required with each application.
Applications are managed from start to finish. You are kept informed of progress of application.
Our migration professionals also advise on ways to enhance skills assessment applications.
A number of skills assessment bodies offer confusing pathways for application. In such cases, our professionals advise on correct application pathway.
I have had a refusal, can you manage appeal?
Yes, our registered migration professionals manage the appeals.
If your application has been refused, simply order a skills assessment. Include your refusal notice and documents. We will do the rest.
The cost of initial application and appeal of failed application are the same.
The Skills Assessment Australia Application Service Agreement authorises us to represent you.
Skills Assessments for migration purposes require extensive documentation. We will advise you on this.
Our processes are managed by Australian registered migration professionals.
Our expertise in skills assessments guides you through the process.
The present Skills Assessment Service will guide you through document collection.
The online process will then assist with documents upload.
Submissions will be finalised by us when all documents received.
Our professional submissions address technical and regulatory aspects of skills assessments.
Our industry knowledge, skills and expertise are brought to bear on each application.