KA02 Report Samples (for Reference Purposes only)
When you sit down to write a KA02 report, you first need to know what exactly you should include in it. The IPENZ Knowledge Assessment Sample you might want to refer to are the ones that have already visa approvals for the client (from the related domain) successfully. They should be well-written, have no grammatical mistakes, completely original, and successfully highlight the skills IPENZ (now known as Engineering New Zealand) looks for in ICT professionals interested in migrating to New Zealand.
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How to use the KA02 Knowledge Assessment Sample?
Any KA02 Knowledge Assessment sample you’ll find online that claims to be approved by the Engineering New Zealand (erstwhile IPENZ) should be used very cautiously. Please do note that it is only for reference purposes. Any copy-pasting from this piece may only create more obstacles in your path of visa approval.
The samples you’ll find may only help you see the writing style and the format of the report – which is something already evident from the KA02 application format. You’ll have to make sure that the report you write is original and matches with the skills you highlight in your CV.
Normally, good KA02 report samples may cost you hundreds of dollars. Hence, be wary of spending your money on it – and instead look for ‘the right guidance’ that can help you get ‘the right opportunity’.
WriteCDR offers KA02 Review and Editing services too. So, you can prepare your report and hire our services to review it for you, point out which specific elements it is missing, and edit it to improve it and increase your chances of winning a positive assessment from the New Zealand authority.
Be Wary of these KA02 Myths
Many engineers think that a positive Migration Skills Assessment from Engineers Australia may be accepted by Engineering New Zealand. This is not true. In fact, CDR writing for EA is quite different from writing the KA02 report for IPENZ and drafting a similar document as EA might lead to rejection from the latter.
There are as many as eight different areas in which IPENZ judges a KA02 application. Keep them in mind when you write your report.
Do remember that once the Engineering New Zealand or IPENZ declines a KA02 application, it almost never approves it on re-submission. So, it is just a waste of time and money to submit the report again for re-assessment.
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Normally, we take about 1-2 weeks to complete a KA02 report and 3-4 days to offer a detailed feedback or review of the report or work episodes you’ve written. Under the fast-track process, we can prepare the complete report for you in just a few days or offer you a detailed review or feedback of your KA02 report in a matter of 4-6 hours.
One of our strongest features is our instant customer response system and the open communication process we have. You can call us, chat with us, or email us anytime you want – 24 X 7. You can ask us to share the drafts, discuss your queries and doubts, and offer feedback and suggestions at any stage of your KA02 report writing service.
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