How does the Australian Cabinet Maker skills assessment work?

The Australian Cabinet Maker skills assessment has 2 mandatory stages that need to be completed and you need to be able to prove to the assessor that you have the necessary skills as a Cabinet Maker.

The first stage of the skills assessment is paper based, proving you are a Cabinet Maker through payslips, tax evidence, detailed CV, work references, qualifications.  

The second stage is a technical interview with an Australian qualified Cabinet Maker who is also an assessor and will ask you a range of questions about the skills and knowledge required to work in your occupation. All assessments are held in English and no interpreter is allowed. This is conducted via a chat over Skype or Zoom. Once you have passed the required standards of the technical assessment you will receive your skills assessment outcome letter and Australian Certificate.