Outcome of skill assessments delegated to AIM for skilled migration

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

Through the Migration Regulations 1994, Reg 2.26B, the department delegates responsibility for determining skill assessments for skilled migration visas to various assessing authorities.

Assessments for the following occupations are delegated to the Institute of Managers and Leaders (formerly Australian Institute of Management):
Chief Executive or Managing Director (ANZSCO 111111)
Corporate General Manager (ANZSCO 111211)
Sales and Marketing Manager (ANZSCO 131112)
Advertising Manager (ANZSCO 131113)
Public Relations Manager (ANZSCO 131114)
Human Resource Manager (ANZSCO 132311)
Engineering Manager (ANZSCO 133211)
Supply and Distribution Manager (ANZSCO 133611)
Procurement Manager (ANZSCO 133612)

Please provide statistics for the last 3 program years (2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018) for the total number of skill assessment applications successful, and the total number unsuccessful, as processed by the above authority.

The authority performs this duty under the request of the Department of Home Affairs and therefore this request is made to the Department of Home Affairs.

Yours faithfully,

jimwong

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FOI Request:       FA 19/04/01328

File Number:       OBJ2019/25025 

Dear Mr Wong

Acknowledgement of Freedom of Information Access request

I refer to your correspondence received on 23 April 2019 seeking access to
documents held by the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) under
the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).

You have requested access to the following:

Through the Migration Regulations 1994, Reg 2.26B, the department
delegates responsibility for determining skill assessments for skilled
migration visas to various assessing authorities.

Assessments for the following occupations are delegated to the Institute
of Managers and Leaders (formerly Australian Institute of Management):
Chief Executive or Managing Director (ANZSCO 111111) Corporate General
Manager (ANZSCO 111211) Sales and Marketing Manager (ANZSCO 131112)
Advertising Manager (ANZSCO 131113) Public Relations Manager (ANZSCO
131114) Human Resource Manager (ANZSCO 132311) Engineering Manager (ANZSCO
133211) Supply and Distribution Manager (ANZSCO 133611) Procurement
Manager (ANZSCO 133612)

Please provide statistics for the last 3 program years (2015-2016,
2016-2017, 2017-2018) for the total number of skill assessment
applications successful, and the total number unsuccessful, as processed
by the above authority.

The authority performs this duty under the request of the Department of
Home Affairs and therefore this request is made to the Department of Home
Affairs. .

Your request was received by the Department on 23 April 2019 and has been
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Dear Jim Wong,

 

FOI Request: FA 19/04/01328  

 

I refer to your FOI request received on 23 April 2019, seeking access to
the following:

 

Through the Migration Regulations 1994, Reg 2.26B, the department
delegates responsibility for determining skill assessments for skilled
migration visas to various assessing authorities.

Assessments for the following occupations are delegated to the Institute
of Managers and Leaders (formerly Australian Institute of Management):
Chief Executive or Managing Director (ANZSCO 111111) Corporate General
Manager (ANZSCO 111211) Sales and Marketing Manager (ANZSCO 131112)
Advertising Manager (ANZSCO 131113) Public Relations Manager (ANZSCO
131114) Human Resource Manager (ANZSCO 132311) Engineering Manager (ANZSCO
133211) Supply and Distribution Manager (ANZSCO 133611) Procurement
Manager (ANZSCO 133612)

Please provide statistics for the last 3 program years (2015-2016,
2016-2017, 2017-2018) for the total number of skill assessment
applications successful, and the total number unsuccessful, as processed
by the above authority.

The authority performs this duty under the request of the Department of
Home Affairs and therefore this request is made to the Department of Home
Affairs.

 

The Department has made a decision on this request. Please find attached
the decision record and any documents released under the FOI Act.  

 

This request has now been closed.

 

Regards,

FOI Team

Freedom of Information Section

Freedom of Information & Records Management Branch

Productivity and Compliance Division  | Corporate and Enabling Group

Department of Home Affairs

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