ACS 기술심사 업데이트 – 2020년 7월 1일 부터 적용됨
2020년 7월 1일 부터 적용되는 것으로 ACS 기술심사 관련하여 업데이트 내용입니다.
ACS Migration Skills Assessment Update
COVID-19 Update: (코로나바이러스 기간에도 ACS는 정상 업무를 함)
The ACS Migration Skills Assessment Team would like to assure applicants and migration agents that we have robust business continuity plans in place during this time. All of our systems and processes are functioning as per normal and we would encourage you to continue to submit your migration skills assessment applications with us.
We are aware that applicants may be adversely impacted by the current pandemic and again want to assure applicants and agents that our customer service channels through phone and email are operating as normal. Please reach out to us through these channels should you have any queries or are facing challenges in relation to your migration skills assessment applications.
Notification of changes in ACS Migration Skills Assessment
(아래 3가지 내용 변경)
1. Changes in Assessment of ANZSCO Unit Group 2621
ANZSCO Unit Group 2621 includes 3 occupations: (3가지 직업군 그룹 변경)
With Cyber Security now being its own occupation discipline, applicants applying under the ICT Security specialist ANZSCO occupation code will be assessed based on separate criteria to the other occupations in this Unit Group. This will also align ACS migration skills assessment with current initiatives within ACS cyber security certification and accreditation of cyber security university degrees.
2. Acceptance of Electronics subjects in ICT qualifications
ACS has undertaken a review of Electronics subjects and their relevance within ICT. ACS will now only accept Digital Electronics subjects when assessing qualification unit content. Analogue and other non-ICT related electronics subjects will no longer be accepted when assessing qualifications. Applicants may provide a subject/course outline to support an assessment of “Electronic” related subjects which we will consider.
( 전자공학도 그동안 ICT 전공과목으로 인정을 받았습니다만 Digital Electronics 과목만 이젠 전공과목으로 인정을 하고 Analogue and other non-ICT related electronics 아날로그 및 다른 ICT 무관한 전자공학 과목은 더이상 인정하지 않습니다. 그만큼 전자공학을 이수한 분들은 까다로운 기술심사가 될 것으로 예상됩니다)
3. Seoul Accord qualification recognition
Seoul Accord is a multilateral agreement between countries that allows certain University level Bachelor and Master degrees to be recognized by the Seoul Accord signatories. ACS has been a signatory of the Seoul Accord since its conception in 2008.
Qualifications recognised through mutual recognition under the Seoul Accord will be considered to have met the ICT major criteria for migration skills assessment purposes. Assessment suitability is however still subject to assessment against the nominated ANZSCO occupation.
Signatory Countries include:
Should an applicant wish to have their qualification assessed under the Seoul Accord, the onus of proof falls solely on the applicant to notify the ACS of this and to provide the ACS with sufficient evidence that their qualification is mutually recognized under the Seoul Accord. Evidence would include screenshots taken directly from the Seoul Accord website Accredited Programs clearly showing that their qualification is recognised. ACS assessors will have discretion to accept or reject the evidence provided.
Note that these changes will come into effect as of 1 July 2020
Last update: 2020년 5월 27일