Migration Occupations in Demand List
What is the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL)?
The Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) lists those occupations and specialisations identified by the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) that are in short supply. While every effort is made to ensure this list is current, we cannot be held responsible for any inclusions or omissions of occupations on this list.
What occupations are currently MODL?
The contents in the below document is the current (as at 15 May 2008) occupations in demand for migration purposes.
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* Important: If you nominate one of the above specialist computing occupations, you will only be awarded MODL points if your skills assessment from the relevant Australian assessing body – the Australian Computer Society (ACS) states you have met the criteria to be recognised in one of the above specialisations.
Skills assessments provided to successful applicants will state:
- the ASCO Code for Computer Professional not elsewhere classified (nec) with the specialisation stated in brackets - for example, 2231-79 (SAP)
- the statement: "Based on the provided certified documentation, it is my opinion that the applicant has 12 months experience in (name of specialisation, for example, SAP)".
Note: If you have a skills assessment which only states the ASCO Code for "Computer Professional nec 2231-79", you are not eligible to be awarded MODL points. An assessment with the above information will be required if you wish to claim MODL points. If you like you can try our points test to see how many points you score and then contact us.