‘We will be running two concurrent sessions for trades and professional occupations’ on 10 July 2019
The writer has received an email from VETASSESS with the following content:
Get ahead this year and join our Masterclass to help you up-skill
We will be running two concurrent sessions for trades and professional occupations with the following focus:
- overall assessment process
- recent Trades Recognition Australia changes for trade assessments
- case studies for Construction Project Manager and Customer Service Manager from professional occupations
- identify the criteria applied in trade assessments with a focus on automotive and manufacturing occupations
- successful or negative outcome
- integrity checking
- technical interview and practical assessment
Book your seat now as only limited spots are available for Sydney.
Date and Time
Wednesday, 10 July 2019
9:00 am – 1:00 pm AEST
Saxons Training Facilities
Level 10, 10 Barrack St
Sydney, NSW 2000
“Very comprehensive and informative, very clear answers to every question.”
“The knowledge of the presenters was very impressive.”
“Very well structured with workbooks which made it easy to keep notes for easy reference later.”
“These workshops give a good overview of the skill assessment, and very realistic examples about common occupations and scenarios. It is highly recommended”.
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