Transitional Skills Assessments

If you require a skills assessment for the nominated occupation of Child Care Centre Manager and recently completed either step one or step four of the Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) Job Ready Program (JRP) under the nominated occupation of Child Care Centre Manager you will need to complete the below application form and provide the requested supporting evidence.

Please note: ACECQA is not the assessing authority for the Child Care Centre Manager occupation for the 186 visa. Please contact Trades Recognition Australia if you require a skills assessment for this visa type.

Eligibility

Transitional Skills Assessment

You are eligible to apply for a Transitional Skills Assessment if your nominated occupation is:

  • listed on the Skilled Occupations List on the Department of Home Affairs website with ACECQA as the relevant skills assessing authority
  • have recently obtained a successful outcome from step four (final assessment) of the Trades Recognition Australia Job Ready Program under the nominated occupation of Child Care Centre Manager.

You must check with Home Affairs before submitting your application to ensure your visa pathway requires a skills assessment.

Transitional Provisional Skills Assessment

To be eligible to apply for a Child Care Centre Manager provisional skills assessment for the purposes of the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) you must have:

  • recently obtained a successful outcome from step one (provisional skills assessment) of the Trades Recognition Australia Job Ready Program under the nominated occupation of Child Care Centre Manager.

Apply for a Skills Assessment

Step 2

Prepare the required supporting documentation for your application

 

Final step

Submit your application to skilledmigration@acecqa.gov.au.

Assessment Process

ACECQA will email you within 5 working days of receiving your application. We are committed to completing your assessment within 15 working days from receiving all the information we require. If your application is missing information or documents, then the application process will be delayed.

Giving false or misleading information is a serious offence. ACECQA conducts thorough checking of submitted documents and will notify the relevant Australian Government Department and law enforcement agency where it has reason to believe that false or misleading information is provided.

After an assessment

We will notify you of the outcome of your application by email. If unsuccessful, you will receive reasons for the decision.

If your application is successful, you will be able to contact the Department of Home Affairs to complete the relevant visa application process.

If you have additional evidence or believe that evidence provided with your application has not adequately been considered you can request a review of your Skills Assessment.