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    ECSA interview

    Yah there is no point in paying for it if you no longer in SA.I should be immigrating as well sometime next year
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    ECSA interview

    .Thanks a lot.ECSA are quite strict on CPD policy.But most firms ,including my employer , pay for our ECSA Pr annual fees
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    ECSA interview

    Hi. The interview was not bad.You will be required to sit in front of an interviewing panel of about three people.My interview as over one hour.Basically , you will be asked to give an overview of your experience.Then they will zoom in into your report. Questions will come from your report e.g...
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    Ndip to Bsc/Beng

    There are lots of jobs (engineer/design engineer/project engineer) jobs that also require B.Tech but I dont disagree that some strictly require BEng/Sc.Some ad will simply say Bachelors degree ,maybe with ECSA professional reg (PR.Eng/Pr.Tech/Techni Eng). It depends with employer
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    [Question] Which countries recognise degrees and diplomas from South Africa ?

    They are.I had my B.Tech Engineering degree evaluated by WES (for Canada immigration ).My friend got a job in Vancouver ,Canada as a mechanical engineer (B.Tech Mech ) and my former colleague is a senior engineer in Oz with his Bsc degree from UCT . So yes, they are recognised (especially where...
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    What game are you playing now ?

    Im busy with Tom Clancy Ghost Recon Wildlands and loving it.Sometimes Insurgency Sandstorm
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    No you are not getting it right.The 8 are not leaving BECAUSE another 1 came in.The original article is just saying the ratio of those coming in to those leaving is 1:8. They are leaving SA because of political and economic uncertainty NOT because of those coming in
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    Sorry I misunderstood.But they will have to import a few skilled people to address the gap left by those leaving.This article is mentioning a ratio of people entering and people leaving.One company I know that does civil engineering was looking for a highly specialized civil engineer in the...
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    But you cannot tell those countries to stop welcoming skilled immigrants.They know it will benefit them.Not only visas,these countries are offering them permanent residency
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    Thats a difficult situation.The government doesnt understand the implication of skills shortage in the country.Skilled professionals are leaving at a high rate
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    Our firm also lost two skilled engineers to immigration and have already started looking into the process as well.Keeping fingers crossed.
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    The company where I work (engineering consulting) has lost two skilled individuals to immigration fairly recently
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    For every skilled professional coming to South Africa, 8 are leaving

    And the truth is that its the experienced ,highly skilled people leaving and they are the significant taxpayers because of high salary brackets.Another thing ,for example,in engineering you can't just train a recent graduate overnight to manage a big multi million rand project.Someone...
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    ECSA interview

    Thank you for your replies people. I will definitely tell you how it goes.This will be a turning point for my career(I hope),since I'm working in the consulting /EPCM environment.
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    ECSA interview

    Going for my ECSA professional interview soon. What can I expect ? Feeling nervous
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