TSS & OSAP Skills Assessment
About William Angliss Institute
William Angliss Institute (WAI) has been authorised by Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) to assess and conduct Skills Assessments for both temporary (TSS) and permanent (OSAP) migrants seeking to come to Australia under the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa or on a permanent basis.
List of Occupations for Skills Assessment
William Angliss Institute is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), as appointed and authorised by Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) to perform Skills Assessments for the following nominated occupations:
- 351411 COOK – SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
- 351311 CHEF – SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery
- 351112 PASTRYCOOK (Cake and Pastry) – FBP30317 Certificate III in Cake and Pastry
- 351112 PASTRYCOOK (Patisserie) – SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie
- 351311 PASTRY CHEF – SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie
- 351111 BAKER – FBP30417 Certificate III in Bread Baking
Why apply with William Angliss Institute?
- Pre-assessment and eligibility check before you apply
- Qualified assessors with extensive industry training & assessment experience
- Receive an Australian qualification* recognised by Australian and International employers
How to Apply
Submit high-resolution colour scans of all your documentary evidence via WeTransfer (use the free version only) to email@example.com for your Pre-assessment and Eligibility Check. You should provide a detailed CV, letters of employment, payslips, workplace menus, education qualifications, and your passport copy. Please refer to the Document Checklist for the full list of documents required and instructions.
We will respond to your enquiry within 3-5 business days regarding your Pre-assessment outcome and further instructions on how to proceed with your Skills Assessment application and payments.
Am I Eligible to Apply for Skills Assessment?
To apply for Skills Assessment with William Angliss Institute, you will need to meet the following requirements:
- Have current experience with technical skills and knowledge in Western cuisine
- To apply for Skills Assessment as a COOK/PASTRYCOOK/BAKER, you will need a minimum of 3-5 years of full-time work experience as a Cook, Commis/Demi Chef, Chef de Partie, etc.
- To apply for Skills Assessment as a CHEF/PASTRY CHEF, you will need a minimum of 1-2 years of full-time work experience as a Head Chef or Sous Chef with managerial responsibilities. There should also be evidence of your cumulative work experience progressing from being a qualified Cook/Commis Chef to Chef de Partie to Sous/Head Chef.
- Be employed in your nominated occupation in a full-time paid capacity for a minimum of 12 months within the past 3 years.
- Have original documentary evidence of all your employment and relevant education or training qualifications (i.e. letters of employment, tax notices, PAYG summaries, payslips, award certificates and transcripts, etc).
For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, please refer to the FAQs page.
TRA Fees Summary
|Pathway||Fees (in AUD)||TRA Fees (in AUD)|
(no Australian qualification)
|P1 Evidence Assessment Fee||$1,280|
|P1 Technical Interview Fee||$2,000|
|Total P1 Fees||$3,280|
|Pathway||Fees (in AUD)||TRA Fees (in AUD)
(with Australian VET qualification)
|P2 Evidence Assessment Fee||$1,280|
|P2 Technical Interview Fee||$900|
|Total P2 Fees||$2,180|
Skills Assessment Process Summary
Step 1: Pre-Assessment
Step 2: Invitation to Apply and Evidence Assessment
If eligible, you will be invited by Angliss to apply online, and submit all required 'decision-ready' documents for the Evidence Assessment stage. You will also need to pay your Documentary Evidence Assessment Fees directly to TRA.
To pass your Evidence Assessment, your documentary evidence submitted must sufficiently demonstrate the required skills and experience relevant to your nominated occupation.
Step 3: Technical Interview
If you pass the Evidence Assessment, we will then invite you to proceed to the Technical Interview. You will also need to pay your Technical Interview Fees directly to TRA.
The Technical Interview is an in-depth assessment of your skills, knowledge and experience to ensure you meet the competency requirements for your nominated occupation.
Step 4: Skills Assessment Outcome
After the Technical Interview is conducted, Angliss will submit the assessment report to Trades Recognition Australia (TRA).
Successful applicants will be notified and issued with the TRA Skills Assessment Outcome Letter by WAI. Pathway 1 applicants will receive their award certificate from William Angliss Institute.