@jedh_g hello po. I saw you’re sharing tips at reviewers po ng pte, pwede po makahingi. This is my email add: [email protected] Hope makapasa na po ako sa 2nd take ko. Malaking tulong po eto, tonnes of thanks sir!
Good day, I had seen in an earlier thread that you have a sample CDR for safety and fire engineer. It would be very helpful if you could send me the sample as I am a safety and fire engineer and I am looking to migrate via safety and fire engineering technologist. email: [email protected]
I suggest to take TESDA course in the Philippines as backup. Here in Perth ang dami trady skills needed. Mechanical fitter, forklift operator, floor tilers, electricians, welders and plumbers ang skilled needed. Difficult makahanap dito ng engineer as a profession and will take time before you could settle. So go on other states din kasi Ako dito sa Perth hirap din kasi bagsak now ang mining
Bro, the complete mcmillan reviewer is too huge in flie size to be sent in email. Please back read na lang instead sa pinoyau forum under PTE thread. Should I find files related to it, send ko na lang sa 'yo. God bless
Yes I am. I had been advised by my fellow mechanical engineers who were in australia already that at the start, you need local experience as aussie employers had different views on accepting a practicing filipino engineer in general. In short, you need to prove what you know and local employer is a must for a couple of months. Marami naman work sa buildings, construction, off shore petroleum and mining but mostly ngayon bagsak industry. You simply just got to try everything to know and attest the job market.
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