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ACS Skill assessment

Mah456

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Hi,

I have overall 7 Years experience in sap fico, however my education background in B.com and MBA( Finance)

Please let me know whether i will get any points for experience, if i choose ANZSCO 261112 ( System Analyst)

Please suggest
 

Rakshanda

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EOI
2016-12-15

MysticRiver

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Hi,

I have overall 7 Years experience in sap fico, however my education background in B.com and MBA( Finance)

Please let me know whether i will get any points for experience, if i choose ANZSCO 261112 ( System Analyst)

Please suggest
If your experience is in IT related field, you need to take RPL to be assessed by ACS, like @Rakshanda said. I have no idea what is the responsibility of "sap fico". If it's non-IT related job, with no IT experience and ICT qualification, ACS is not going to assess and you can't apply in ANZSCO 261112 ( System Analyst). It's not your choice which skill you apply, it's what your assessment authority decide based on your qualification and experience.
 

Mah456

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Thanks for your reply, however my education is related to finance and work experience is also related to SAP Finance which comes under IT field (261112 System Analyst)
Although, most MNC companies send invitations for interview if they are from Commerce/finance background, which will happens in India
IS ACS will consider my experience?, will i get any points for experience, As my experience does not involve in programming, codes etc, we do functional configurations.. company codes setup, controlling areas, we deal with Accounts receivable etc Please suggest
 

Rakshanda

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2016-12-15
Non ICT Diploma or Higher DegreeNon ICTNot Applicable6 Years in total experience (anytime)No tertiary educationNot ApplicableNot Applicable8 Years in total experience (anytime)

Thanks for your reply, however my education is related to finance and work experience is also related to SAP Finance which comes under IT field (261112 System Analyst)
Although, most MNC companies send invitations for interview if they are from Commerce/finance background, which will happens in India
IS ACS will consider my experience?, will i get any points for experience, As my experience does not involve in programming, codes etc, we do functional configurations.. company codes setup, controlling areas, we deal with Accounts receivable etc Please suggest

Please go through this @Mah456

http://www.migrationdesk.com/threads/rpl-recognition-of-prior-learning.41697/#post-44436
 

MysticRiver

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Thanks for your reply, however my education is related to finance and work experience is also related to SAP Finance which comes under IT field (261112 System Analyst)
Although, most MNC companies send invitations for interview if they are from Commerce/finance background, which will happens in India
IS ACS will consider my experience?, will i get any points for experience, As my experience does not involve in programming, codes etc, we do functional configurations.. company codes setup, controlling areas, we deal with Accounts receivable etc Please suggest

If your responsibility is related to deal with account receivables, controlling areas etc., I am not sure how that is related to IT and why you are saying SAP finance comes under IT field (261112 System Analyst). I understand many jobs related to handling SAP is IT job, may be your company is an ICT company, but whether you fit in ICT job totally depends entirely on your job responsibility, not your company's. But again, I am not too much familiar with your job, so if you have any confusion, you can email ACS.

In either case, even if somehow you fall in 261112 System Analyst category, your qualification is non-ICT (I think, right?). In that case, ACS will deduct 6 years experience and you have 1 year point-claimable experience which will give you no points.

If your qualification is ICT major/minor, then you might be able to claim some points under current circumstances.
 

Mah456

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Yes , you are right, SAP is IT JOB, But there are many modules in SAP i.e SAP FI/CO, SAP MM, SAP SD, SAP SRM, SAP CRM SAP, Retail, these jobs will be performed by Accounts/Finance graduates..
As it involves the configuration of Purchase organisations, sales organisations,company codes, company, fiscal year variants etc.. If you have accounts/background/MBA (Marketing, Finance) etc you can able to do these jobs easily,

Even, I am not sure whether I fall under 261112 System Analyst, I got this category from my ex colleague, as he got 189 Visa recently ( 261111 Business Analyst) but his education is IT

I thought all SAP skill set comes under System Analyst
 

MysticRiver

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Okay, then may be you fall under system analyst. But still, the problem of non-ICT qualification stands, if you don't have any ICT degree.

And ofcourse, as @Rakshanda suggests, you have to submit RPL to assess yourself from ACS with non-ICT degree.
 

MysticRiver

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With 70 points in ICT BA, you are facing a long wait for 189.
For 190, can't say anything because DHA does not publish any data.

So, I recommend you to try to get that 5 extra points if you don't want to wait months for an invitation.
 
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