How to contact the IWAS customer information centre?
This means you will have to register using this customer number before you will be able to access iWAS. Contact the customer information centre on 1300 662 077 during office hours if you are experiencing problems. Why have I received multiple letters? iWAS accounts are based on customer numbers.
When to call IWAS help WaterNSW for help?
If you have any problems locating the required documents for registration please call our customer helpdesk on 1300 662 077 between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. All customer accounts need to be registered before you attempt to log in.
Where can I get a licence for IWAS?
A licensing officer can advise you on the option that suits your circumstances. Your local DPI Water office can be found at DPI Water: Water licensing enquiries Some customers may not receive a confirmation email, whilst others may. It is not essential that you receive the email before you start using the iWAS application.
How are IWAS accounts linked to customer numbers?
iWAS accounts are based on customer numbers. Your access licences and works approvals are linked to your customer number. Before the Water Management Act was introduced, DPI Water contacted customers asking them to correct any errors in their account details and/or combine all details under the one customer number.
What does ” she had been working for five years ” mean?
“She had been working for the previous five years with an advertising company” means that she had worked there for 5 years and was still continuing to work there. In my view.. (She joined our firm ten years ago and still working) 1.
When did she join our firm and still working?
(She joined our firm ten years ago and still working) 1. She had worked for the previous five years: It is Past perfect tense 2. She had been working for the previous five years: It is Past Perfect continuous
Which is correct he worked there for 5 years or’he worked’?
Equally correct but with a difference in implied meaning would be: He has worked there for five years; but here the implied meaning is that not only has he worked there for five years but he is still working there ie that his work period continues. The grammatical tense here is called th past historic ten He worked there for five years.
What do employers look for in 5 years?
Employers may also use this question to assess whether you’ll be satisfied and engaged in the role over the next few years. If you want to reach a more advanced job title in five years than the employer can accommodate, they may determine that you are overqualified or would too quickly become bored in the position you’re interviewing for.