Skills Assessments for Teachers

 Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Requirements

Are you a teacher or perhaps aspire to have such a high demand occupation for migration to Australia? Sitting on the Medium to Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) are the following teaching occupations:

  • Early Childhood Teacher [241111]
  • Secondary Teacher [241411]
  • Special Needs Teacher [241511]
  • Special Education NEC Teacher [241599]
  • Teacher of the Hearing Impaired [241512]
  • Teacher of the Sight Impaired [241599]

 

Studying to be a teacher 

math-teacher-chalkboard.jpgHave you already completed your bachelors and don’t want to start again? Continue reading “Skills Assessments for Teachers”

Major Changes in Occupation Lists and Employer Sponsored Visas

The announcement by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has certainly altered the landscape of migration, especially for those working on applications for employer sponsored visas. Whilst we are all adjusting to the changes, here are important the updates.

Occupation Lists

The Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) have been replaced effective today, 19 April 2017. Continue reading “Major Changes in Occupation Lists and Employer Sponsored Visas”

Australia Needs Secondary School Teachers

Secondary School Teacher under the Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

highschool_classroom.jpgEver felt like having a part in shaping young minds? Or has the corporate world wrung you dry and you’re looking for a career in something more contributory? Did you know that even if you are already a degree holder, you don’t need to have a background in education to embark on a postgraduate qualification in education? You can have a Bachelor in Architecture and move directly on to a Master of ¬†Education*, which makes the move to education one that takes you forward, not backward. From an immigration perspective, the secondary school teacher occupation certainly has its benefits too. Continue reading “Australia Needs Secondary School Teachers”

The Import of Foreign Engineering Professionals

Removing Engineers from the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) may not be the industry’s best move

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August last year, the Association of Professional Engineers Australia (APEA) implored in a letter to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton for the removal of the engineering profession from the skilled occupation list (SOL). In November, 52 occupations were flagged to be removed from the 2017/18 occupation list. Continue reading “The Import of Foreign Engineering Professionals”