You need to collect information in order to prepare and complete a thesis. On the other hand, you need to research all by yourself in the case of the dissertation. A thesis is short and takes less time to complete. On the other hand, a dissertation is long and takes more time to complete. In […]

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Plagiarism Plays a key Role here! Plagiarism is a critical issue when it comes to Engineers Australia Migration Skills Assessment. Never copy and paste project details from someone else’s CDR Report samples or from any other Internet sources. Misleading and false information is a major breach of ethical behavior according to Engineers Australia Skill Assessment Booklet. […]

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Qualitative research designs Action Research Action research is used to investigate the effects of small-scale interventions in real life situations that involve practitioners. It is often used when practitioners want to change their way of working, or introduce a new service and want to monitor that change concurrently. It is a problem solving approach that […]

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The main purpose of ACS Skill assessment is to give an opportunity to non- ICT qualified professionals to showcase their skills. It also allows them to explain that they have an equivalent amount of skills and how they acquired those skills.  These candidates can apply for ICT Skills Assessment through RPL assessment process. Categories for RPL Assessment […]

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RPL or Recognition of Prior Learning assesses the ICT skills that an individual without any ICT or tertiary ICT qualification brings along from his professional experience and exposure. The RPL assessing authority, Australian Computer Society (ACS), assesses the skills that the applicant possesses in this domain before he is allowed visa towards Australian migration. And, […]

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Engineers Australia provides fair and accurate skills assessment services to engineers who wish to migrate to Australia. As the designated assessing authority for engineering occupations, we utilise our expertise to administer impartial assessments appropriate to every applicant. Engineers Australia promotes a guarantee of excellence for our migration services. We are trusted by the Department of […]

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To begin with, what I have just reiterated is that, broadly speaking, there are two approaches to doing a dissertation that are available to the in-service student. First, the approach can be mainly empirical. Undoubtedly, conceptual or philosophical elements will enter the research, but such an approach is recognisably empirical. That is, the investigator could […]

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