VETASSESS (Vocational Education and Training Assessing Services) is a skill assessment
authority in Australia. It has been at the forefront in assessing the skills, qualifications and
employment history of every skilled professional in the country and abroad. Its services
benefitted a large number of migrants who want to seek Permanent Residency benefits.
Over the years, the assessment authority has catered the needs of professionals belonging to
over 300 skilled occupations. Besides, it has been assessing the work profile of every
professional based on Australian standards. It evaluates the education system, institution and
study program of a particular country.
Every document submitted by a skilled professional must be of high-quality. He must
provide a coloured copy of the original text. On the other hand, regional language users can
forward documents with English translations as they are not conversant in the English
language. List of documents that should be verified by the authority for skill assessment
Before forwarding application, every professional has to pay necessary fees inclusive of
taxes. If he is in Australia, there is no need to pay Goods Service Tax (GST). It is, however,
advisable to show Tax exemption proofs as there is a mention of the country’s address on
the form. Submit other details such as the statutory declaration, notarial certificate or RMA
Every individual has to provide passport-size copies of colour photographs. Photograph
copy should not exceed more than six months, but it has to be a fresh one. It is also
necessary to arrange for original copy size and refrain from using self-taken snaps.
Submit relevant information that is part of identity proof. Along with passport details, the
individual has to submit name, date of birth and photograph details. Attest a birth certificate
as part of records.
It is essential to address specific issues. Provide concrete evidence of name change. The
name change is applicable if there are any naming inconsistencies. Submit relevant
documents that support an individual’s identity.
As part of the evidence, professionals must provide school/college qualification certificates.
These transcripts determine his/her eligibility. The assessment body verifies their
candidature based on AQF (Australian Qualifications Framework). Submit Academic
Transcript and Award Certificate details as well. There has to be mention of study details
and significant projects in curriculum vitae.
Job details play a vital role in skill assessment application. If a professional is in a
prominent position, he can mention it in the Statement of Service written statement. For
Priority Processing, VETASSES will ensure if employment claims of a professional are
genuine. He can also include his firm details, website, employer details, email and contact.
Resume covers study and work experience. These details are part of the skills assessment
process. Skilled professional can include details about his academic studies, projects
undertaken by him, course requirements, and employment details. He can explain a brief