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Australia has a high demand for engineers. Occupations under Engineering include Aeronautical Engineer, Agricultural Engineer, Civil Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Geotechnical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, etc. Students with engineering degrees can meet the criteria for several occupations on the Skilled Occupation List.

Requirements:

  • Complete an engineering qualification.
  • Depending on the qualification, apply for skill assessments under the relevant pathway.
  • Upon receiving a successful outcome by Engineers Australia, you can proceed to apply for a visa in Australia.

Skills Assessment:

Engineers Australia are the body who assess the skills for Engineers applying for PR visas.

Application Process:

Engineering students who are both studying in Australia and/or have qualifications from overseas are able to apply for PR Pathways. To do this, students must apply under one of the following pathways:

  • Your Qualification is Accredited by Engineers Australia: Apply under Australia Qualification Pathway
  • Your Qualification is from a country which is a full signatory to the Washington Accord: Apply under Washington Accord Pathway
  • Your Qualification is from a country which is a full signatory to the Sydney Accord: Apply under Sydney Accord Pathway
  • Your Qualification is from a country which is a full signatory to the Dublin Accord: Apply under Dublin Accord Pathway
  • Your Qualification is NOT accredited or from a non-accord country: Apply under Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) Pathway. Part of the CDR pathway includes preparing a report which must include:
  • Continuing Professional Development
  • It must show how you have maintained up to date with developments in your field of engineering after you have graduated.
  • 3 Career Episodes
  • The career episodes highlight your engineering education and /or work experience. Each episode should focus on different time period or aspect of your engineering activities.
  • Summary Statement
  • To be assessed as an engineer, there are competency units and elements that must be met. The summary statement allows you to demonstrate how your experience have met these criteria.

Accounting is one of the most rapidly growing occupations within the country. The minimum requirement is to hold a bachelor’s degree. Students with Master of Professional Accounting have excellent job prospects.

Nursing is one of the most favourable options for students as a PR pathway in Australia, especially in light of the recent COVID-19 Pandemic. There is an increase in demand for skilled medical employees. Australia’s Future Health Workforce has reported that by 2030, about 123,000 nurses would be required. Popular nursing professions in the Skilled occupation List include Nurses in the fields of surgical, community health, mental health, child and family health, aged care, paediatrics, emergency, disability and rehabilitation and midwifery.

Requirements:

  • Complete a qualification and training in the relevant field.
  • Apply for skills assessment upon registration.
  • Upon receiving a successful outcome from the skills assessing authority, you can proceed to apply for a visa in Australia.

Skills Assessment:

Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) are the body who assess the skills for Engineers applying for PR visas.

Application Process:

To be able to apply for a permanent residency visa as a nurse, it is a requirement to have a skills assessment done.

  • Full Skills Assessment – You are required to do a full skills assessment if you do not have a registration in Australia. However, you must:
    • Have, at minimum a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Canada, Hong Kong, UK, USA or Ireland
    • Hold a registration in the same country
    • If you are an enrolled nurse, you are not qualified to do the skills assessment under this stream.
  • Modified Skills Assessment – The modified skills assessment is for nurses who are registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) or the Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ).
  • Modified Plus Skills Assessment – This stream is applicable to nurses who hold a, “Notice of in principle approval of registration subject to proof of identity” from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Even if you are not registered in Australia but you hold the above notice, you should apply under the Modified Skills Plus Assessment.

 Registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board:

The mandatory registration requirements are:

  • Criminal History
  • English Language Competency
  • Continuing Professional Development
  • Professional indemnity insurance arrangements
  • Recency of practice

In Australia various social work courses are available to pursue like Health and welfare services, psychology, psychiatry, etc. With a social work degree, students can apply for occupations listed in the MLTSSL (Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List). Occupations under this list include Community Worker, Social Worker, Family Support Worker, and Welfare Center manager.

Australia’s Skilled Occupation List has many related jobs for students with Food and Hospitality qualifications. Some of these occupations are Chef, Café or Restaurant Manager, Bed and Breakfast Operator, Hotel/Motel Manager.

Requirements:

Finish your Cert III, IV and/or Diploma and nominate occupation as Chef or Cook.

Skills Assessment:

Full skills assessment is required if you are from any of the following countries; Bangladesh*, Brazil, China, Fiji, Hong Kong SAR, India, Macau SAR, Nepal*, Pakistan*, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

Application Process:

You are eligible to apply for a Subclass 485 Post-Study Visa as a chef if you have completed 2 years of education or a Subclass 407 Training Visa in Australia, after which if you have a sponsor you may apply for the TSS visa (currently 457). After TSS Visa, applicants are eligible to apply for:

  • 186/187 Transition after 3 years TSS with the following requirements:
  • IELTS 6.0
  • 3 years’ work exp on the TSS visa
  • 45 age limit d. No skills assess needed if you are not from the above countries
  • Apply for 186/187 direct entry if you meet the criteria below:
  • IELTS 6.0
  • Skills assessment (which will require 3 years’ work experience)

Jobs in the IT Sector are in high demand. Fields for IT are Software and Web Development, Computer Networking and ICT Business & System Analysis.

Requirements:

  • Complete a qualification in the field of ICT and/or have relevant work experience.
  • Depending on the qualification and work experience, apply for skill assessments under the relevant pathways.
  • Upon receiving a successful outcome by the skill assessing authority, you can proceed to apply for a visa in Australia.

Skills Assessment:

To be able to apply for a permanent residency visa, you are required to have a skill assessment. For people in the ICT field, the skill assessing authority is the Australian Computer Society (ACS). ACS has different skills assessment pathways depending on your qualification and work experience. Below we will summarise for you the different pathways:

Application Process:    

  • Post Australian Study Skills: To be eligible for this pathway, you must have completed an Australian Bachelor’s degree or higher with a major in ICT which is closely related to your nominated occupation. For a 3 years Bachelor degree, a qualification is ICT major if 33% of the courses is in ICT. In addition to the qualification, you must also have one year of relevant post-qualification work experience or complete an ACS professional year program.

If you meet the above criteria, you can apply for skills assessment under the Post Australian Study Skills pathway.

  • Skills: If you do not meet the above requirement, you may still be eligible for a skill assessment under the skills pathway, there are different streams.  The streams are:
    • Bachelor Degree or Higher with an ICT Major
    • ICT Major and closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 2 years relevant work experience completed within the past 10 years, or 4 years of relevant work experience completed anytime. ICT Major and not closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 4 years of relevant work experience completed anytime.
    • Bachelor Degree or Higher with an ICT Minor
    • ICT Minor and closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 5 years relevant work experience completed in the past 10 years, or 6 years relevant work experience completed anytime.
    • ICT Minor and is not closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 6 years relevant work experience completed anytime.
    • Diploma or Vendor Certification
    • ICT Major and closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 5 years relevant work experience completed within the past 10 years, or 6 years relevant work experience completed anytime.
    • ICT Major and is not closely related to your nominated occupation
    • 6 years relevant work experience completed anytime.

If you meet any of the above requirements, you should opt to apply under the Skills pathway.

  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):Alternatively, if you do not have a relevant qualification you can apply under the RPL pathway. For the RPL Pathway you require:
    • Non-ICT Diploma or higher
    • 6 years relevant work experience completed anytime.
    • Non-tertiary qualification – work experience only
    • 8 years relevant work experience

If you are applying under this pathway, you would need to submit a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application. For the RPL you must demonstrate how you acquired your ICT knowledge and submit 2 project reports.

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