Lifelong learning and collaboration and innovation in the Asia-Pacific

Posted on 7/29/2020 by Tharaka Perera Perera in Blog

By Rob Thomason

July 2020 - Multicultural societies attract talented people who bring many different forms of expertise, yet migrants can find it hard to have their qualifications accepted. Someone’s talents can be missed because prospective employers cannot understand the learning behind their qualification or how their experience could be applied.

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TRADE PAPERS: SUPPORTING EMPLOYERS AND APPRENTICES

Posted on 7/8/2020 by Tharaka Perera Perera in Blog

By Prashil Singh

July 2020 - There is high demand for skilled tradespeople in Australia and governments are seeking to encourage young people to learn a trade and to support the industries that will employ them.

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9 tips for a skills assessment for Australian migration purposes

Posted on 5/5/2020 by Tharaka Perera Perera in Blog

By Natalie Beck and Kimberley McLeish

May 2020 - If you apply to move to Australia as a skilled migrant, you will most likely have to undertake an assessment of your skills.
Understanding the process will save you time and money by ensuring your application is sufficiently prepared and more likely to lead to success.

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Digital badging – the future of credentials

Posted on 4/22/2020 by Charlie Tran Tran in Blog

By Prashil Singh

15 April 2020 - The award ceremony, the granting of a certificate, and now a way to display your credentials online: the digital badge.
Take pride in your parchment certificate – frame it to display – but put your digital badge on your online profile, where potential employers can see it and verify its authenticity with a click.

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Protect your identity: don’t post an assessment letter online

Posted on 2/20/2020 by Tharaka Perera Perera in Blog

It can be tempting to post your skills assessment outcome online, but you should be careful about identity fraud.

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Global talent assessments

Posted on 12/18/2019 by Jan McCallum McCallum in Blog

Supporting a successful global recognition system
By Dr Mamta Chauhan

Academic and professional mobility is a significant driver for shaping the future success of nations. This mobility enables highly-skilled individuals to cross borders – transferring their skills, expertise and knowledge.
There is a growing consensus that nations will miss out on an enormous talent pool if they do not create opportunities to facilitate a fair and strong global system to recognise skills.

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Marketing Specialist? Learn how Australian industry defines your role

Posted on 7/23/2019 by Jan McCallum McCallum in News Blog

Are you a global marketing professional interested in bringing your experience and talents to Australia for better career opportunities? An Australian marketing graduate applying for jobs in the industry? Or an organisation trying to recruit and retain high-quality global marketing talent? VETASSESS has skills assessment products that will help meet your needs.

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