Best source of ANZSCO code
If you are in preparation of your CDR application you have probably already came across the “ANZSCO code” term. ANZSCO code is one of important things you must take into account when preparing your application.
ANZSCO code description provides information about what is expected from you to describe in your CDR (for migration and for membership with the EA) or IPENZ application. This is mainly applicable to Professional Engineers and you will need to take ANZSCO description into account as well as other guidance and instructions given in MSA booklet / application guidance for your NZ skills assessment application). For Engineering Technologists there is on single ANZSCO code for all Engineering Technologists professions. (This ANZSCO is 233914).
What is the best ANZSCO code information source?
The best information source for ANZSCO code descriptions is Australian governmental web site given in the below link: Other information sources are usually copying this information to web pages http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Product+Lookup/B3A576A4DDA4B15BCA2575DF002C1C54?opendocument
When you write your CDR application you need to take the ANZSCO code description very seriously and cover the points given in your profession ANZSCO code description. If you don’t do this, you then don’t have a very strong application and your CDR application are likely to be rejected or you will be given a comment to provide more information related to your engineering design activities.
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