Engineers Australia's CDR ANZSCO Code​​

The ANZSCO (Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations) is a classification system used to categorize professions based on the level of expertise required for a specific job. It assists individuals in making informed career choices by taking into account their qualifications and work experience.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process that allows individuals to have their previous education, training, and work experience formally recognized to obtain a professional license. In the context of ANZSCO, an RPL report for a specific code indicates that the individual seeks acknowledgment of their prior experience for potential job opportunities in Australia or New Zealand.

For ICT professionals planning to immigrate to Australia, obtaining an RPL report for the relevant ANZSCO code is crucial. This can be achieved by successfully completing the ACS (Australian Computer Society) skill evaluation and obtaining a favorable score.

Selecting the correct ANZSCO code is of utmost importance, as candidates will be required to provide detailed information about their work history and job responsibilities. Only the work history and responsibilities that align with the chosen ANZSCO code will be considered during the skill assessment. Here is a list of ANZSCO codes for ICT occupations.

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