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Offshore Skills Assessment Program is assessment pathway for applicants applying for skilled migration visa to Australia who work in a nominated occupation and who hold a passport from a nominated country.
The 457 Skills Assessment Program is an assessment pathway for applicants applying for a Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457).
The Optional Service is a skills assessment pathway for applicants trained in trades overseas and who are not required to have a skills assessment, as part of a migration requirement. Applicants are generally seeking a skills assessment for the purpose of gaining an occupational license in a nominated occupation and be able to travel to a nominated country for an assessment.Successful skills assessments under the Optional Service may also be used for migration purposes where required, for example for permanent migration from eligible countries. For more information, please visit The Department of Industry.
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* Surcharge fee prior to scheduling your practical assessment.
You may be required to pay on additional venue surcharge fee for onshore practical skills assessment. VETASSESS will confirm if you are required to pay the venue.
You must pay fees before each stage of your Trade Skills Assessment.
Payment can be made online, by mail or in person. Please note: we do not accept cash.
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Fees are refundable in limited circumstances. Full details of VETASSESS' refund policy are available here.
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