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Skill Select Dashboard is back!

Earlier this year Skill Select launched EOI Dashboard which was quickly removed due to a number of concerns including exposing sensitive data.

The Department has undertaken a review of the SkillSelect Dashboard to ensure that there is no reasonable chance of an individual being re-identified from the EOI statistics.

The dashboard is now available again and can be accessed via the Department’s SkillSelect web page and comprises a comprehensive library of historic and current statistics in relation to Expressions of Interest (EOIs).  The dashboard is a one-stop shop for SkillSelect EOI statistics and is freely available on demand, without any need to formally request the statistics and wait for such a request to be processed. Bypassing the FOI process will significantly reduce delays in obtaining the same information as has previously been provided in response to FOI requests.

This information is useful for practitioners as well as visa applicants in order to help to understand the Skill Select process better, be aware of points system cut off and have a realistic expectation of when an invitation may be received.

To check the dashboard visit: https://api.dynamic.reports.employment.gov.au/anonap/extensions/hSKLS02_SkillSelect_EOI_Data/hSKLS02_SkillSelect_EOI_Data.html

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    Steven O'Neil Wednesday, 05 August 2020

    The database is useless in its new format.
    As it only allows two extra fields to be chosen and you cannot isolate the data by points score and then month of EOI to work out how long wait times are.
    That is the main problem

    Also for each number that is less than 20 (for example Mechanical engineers waiting at 90 points) , the number is displayed as "

  • Ruslan-Ahmadzai
    Ruslan-Ahmadzai Sunday, 09 August 2020

    True, hopefully more features will be added with time :)

  • Guest
    Raman Sunday, 11 October 2020

    Could someone please do an article on how to read EOI data in skillselect? What is count eoi? What does lodged mean? how is lodged different than submitted?

  • Guest
    Japjeet Tuesday, 13 October 2020

    Hi Raman
    If you click on “Navigate to sheet”, there is an option called “Help and how to’s”, this tab has explanation to all the terminologies that have been used.

    Hope it helps.

    Kind Regards,
    Japjeet

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