Candidates who are willing to migrate to Australia should have necessary skills before they can migrate. They have to submit a report called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to Australian Computer Society (ACS) so that their skills are assessed according to their requirements. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is nothing but a report that contains the skills of an individual, who wants to migrate to Australia. It is an assessment of skills of the candidates with either no ICT qualifications or any tertiary qualifications. Australian Computer Society requires any ICT professional, who are migrating to Australia, to be assessed for necessary qualification and skills for Australia Skilled Migration.
The ICT professionals have to submit ACS RPL form and demonstrate that they have necessary skills that are required by ACS for Australia Skilled Migration. The ACS Skill Assessment gives an opportunity to the candidates without ICT or insufficient ICT to showcase the skills they have acquired. There is a section in RPL report called “Key areas of knowledge” in which the candidates can include a maximum number of areas they are skilled in. The ACS RPL report is crucial for those candidates who have ICT qualification but not similar to that of a degree or diploma in Australian universities but have professional experience in the ICT field. These applicants can apply for ICT Skills Assessment via RPL assessment process.
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