SSSI is the authorised assessing authority to assess overseas qualifications for the purpose of migration to Australia under the general skilled migration categories for the occupation of Surveyor ANZSCO 232212 ONLY (ie/ applicants must hold the equivalent of an Australian bachelor degree).
Other areas of what is termed "Surveying" in other countries, such as Quantity Surveying, Valuation or General Practice Surveying and Building Surveying are assessed by other bodies. Applications for (Surveying and Cartographic Associate) should be directed to VETASSESS for assessment.
The assessment is based upon the information provided to the Institute, and AEI-NOOSR's Country Educational Profiles to determine the equivalence of overseas courses as well as an examination of the experience gained by the applicant and responsibilities of the applicant in carrying out their work.
Applicants should download and read the following policy and information document BEFORE downloading the application form:
Applicants for assessment of overseas qualifications must download and complete the following application form:
The processing of an assessment will be completed generally within 1 month from receipt of the application. If additional information is required then it may take longer.
A letter will be sent to the applicant informing them, based upon the information provided to the Institute with the application form, whether they would be eligible for migration under nominated skilled occupation of ANZSCO Surveyor 232212.
The Institute only carries out an assessment of the applicant's qualifications and experience. It does not make any assessment nor make any recommendations as to the migration application.
Any inquiries regarding the migration application must be made to the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Please note that this assessment is solely for your application to immigrate to Australia and does not guarantee your employment. You should also understand that there are different types of surveyors within Australia. To work in mines or to work as a land surveyor establishing or re-establishing land boundaries you will require registration with an Australian Board of Surveyors. The governments of each Australian State and Territory have their own Surveyor Registration Boards and you may have to apply to one of those Boards to seek registration. To be registered with a State or Territory Registration Board you will be required to again have your overseas qualification assessed by an independent organisation. You should be aware that you may have to undertake further study and training to gain registration with a State or Territory Surveyor Registration Board.
Please contact Julie Fairman for further information regarding the assessment procedures.