Everything you need to know about Skill Assessment from Engineers Australia

Everything you need to know about Skill Assessment from Engineers Australia

What is Engineers Australia Assessment?

Engineers Australia is responsible for undertaking the Skill Assessment of Engineers who wants to migrate to Australia. Australia provides an opportunity for skilled applicants to work, live and even study here. It values skilled immigrants and has given employment opportunity to many to date. 

To successfully migrate to Australia, you have to go through their assessment process. Skill Assessment is the foremost process before you lodge your visa application. 

EA will measure your educational qualification, work experience, capability, skills, and English language level in the skill assessment. There is a various pathway you can take for your migration skill assessment. Engineers Australia will not be providing any pre-assessment service. Hence it will depend on you to choose the applicable pathway.

Pathways for a successful Skill Migration by EA

Engineers Australia has defined a total of six application pathways for migration skills assessment.

a) Accredited qualifications

     1) Australian Qualifications 

     2) Washington Accord Qualifications 

     3) Sydney Accord Qualifications 

     4) Dublin Accord Qualifications

     5) Other Recognised Qualifications

b) Non-Accredited qualifications

     6) Competency Demonstration Report (CDR)

Accredited Qualification is Australian and overseas engineering qualifications that are recognised through formal international agreements. Whereas non-accredited qualifications are not recognised globally, and that is why a CDR report is needed for applicants from the non-accredited background. 

Skill Assessment Fee Structure 

The application fee for skill assessment is provided on the website of Engineers Australia. You will be charged extra for the additional service given to you. However, if you submit the standard assessment and additional service applications simultaneously, you will receive a discount. You can make your payment via credit card (American Express, Master Card) or BPAY. Make sure you review your application before submitting it, as EA will not refund the fee. 

For the GST charge, only the applicants living in Australia must pay 10% GST on the application fee. 

Skill Assessment process

You can view the status of your skill assessment from the Engineers Australia portal/ dashboard. If there are any document requirements or missing files, your assessor will ask you via email to complete the system’s task. You can then log in to your account portal and submit the requested information. 

Skill assessment outcome and validity 

If your assessment has been accepted, the EA assessor will send an assessment outcome letter for migration purpose via email. If you have nominated a migration agent, it will be sent to your agent via mail. You can verify the outcome letter online on the assessment outcome verification page. 

Now talking about the outcome letter’s validity, Engineers Australia has no expiration date for the outcome letter. However, the Department of Home Affair‘s validity policy differs from Engineers Australia. If the DOHA requests an updated letter, you have to contact Engineers Australia for further instruction and the full payment form to receive an updated letter.

Review and Appeal Application

Are you satisfied with the outcome letter from your EA assessor? Well, you can submit a review and appeal application if you think your assessment didn’t come out as you’ve expected. 

You need to submit a review application within three months of the date you receive your outcome letter. For this, you will need to fill up the ‘Application for Review of outcome letter’ form with the necessary changes. You need to include a cover letter explaining the reason behind your review request. You cannot add additional information that you missed in your application.

Even after your review application, you can still apply for an appeal if you are not satisfied with the review. 

You need to submit an appeal application after receiving your review outcome letter. You must apply within six months of receiving your original outcome letter. You need to fill up the Application for Appeal of the assessment outcome submit along with the appeal application fee. The appeal application is the final process for the review. 

EA will refund the fee provided for the review and appeal application if these applications’ outcome is the same as the original assessment outcome letter and no additional documents were provided. 

Why choose us for your assessment? 

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