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Subclass 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa

Subclass 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa, TASMANIA

Overview

This Subclass 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa which allows you to live and work in Tasmania for up to four years.

State nomination from Tasmania provides you with 10 additional points to help you qualify for a visa under the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) point test.

You may be eligible to apply for permanent residency through the DIBP 887 visa after you have lived in Tasmania for two years and worked full-time (35 hours per week) for at least 1 year during that time.

Nomination Process

Nomination process diagram

DIBP Requirements

The Department of State Growth is responsible for issuing state nominations for the subclass 489 visa. To be eligible to apply, you must fulfil the requirements set by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

Go to the DIBP website for further information on their requirements.

If you meet these key DIBP requirements, please go to Nomination Criteria to check your eligibility to apply for state nomination.

Nomination Criteria

If you are nominated by the Tasmanian Government for this visa you must live in Tasmania for two years after the visa is issued. You must work full time for 12 months during the two years if you want to apply for the permanent resident visa Subclass 887 after you have finished the provisional period.

In addition to the DIBP requirements, you must meet the criteria for one of the following categories to apply for Tasmanian State nomination for the subclass 489 visa:

Category 1

If you are a Tasmanian Graduate:

  • Studied full-time and on-site in a Tasmanian tertiary institution for a minimum of one academic year (46 weeks);
    and
  • Both the course and institution are CRICOS registered.
    and
  • Genuine intention to live and work in Tasmania.

OR

Category 2

Family in Tasmania

  • You have a family member who:
    • is an Australian Permanent Resident or an Australian Citizen
    • has lived in Tasmania for 12 months or more
    • is your parent, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, first cousin, or grandparent
    • agrees to support you when you arrive in Tasmania and assist you in the process of gaining employment in Tasmania.
  • Your nominated occupation is on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL).
  • Genuine intention to live and work in Tasmania.

Click HERE for a fact sheet on the Family Skilled Migration option.

OR

Category 3

Job Offer

    • Formal job offer or letter of interest for a job that is based in Tasmania (for a minimum of 35 hours per week).*
      • Unlike the Subclass 190 visa, the job offer does not have to be in-line with your skills assessment.
    • Evidence of the job offer needs to be attached to the application (this could be a contract or formal letter providing an offer of employment).
    • Nominated occupation on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL).
    • Genuine intention to live and work in Tasmania including evidence of sufficient funds to cover relocation and resettlement costs.

*     You can meet this requirement if you work 35 hours per week in one full-time job or in two or more part-time jobs. You can include any paid employment or self-employment, and you will need to be able to provide evidence of your employment claims

OR

Category 4

Small Business Owner

Apply

The average assessment time is 20 business days for complete applications. Documents required:

  • an EOI from SkillSelect
  • Declaration of financial capacity (click HERE for the form)
  • short curriculum vitae (CV), outlining your skills and education
  • copy of your passport bio page
  • copy of your skills assessment
  • copy of your English language testing results
  • copy of the Tasmanian job offer or letter of interest from an employee for work you will do in Tasmania
  • copy of your academic transcript
  • If you are applying under the Family Skilled Migration category:
    • Statutory Declaration of family member (click HERE for the form)
    • Proof of residence of family member (Residential agreement, utility bill, or Council rates)
  • one to two page summary of why you want to live in Tasmania which includes a statement of commitment to live and work in the state

Note that this application form must be completed in English and that there is no fee charged by the Tasmanian Government for visa nomination.

SOURCE: https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/skilled_migrants/skilled_regional

Disclaimer: The above set criteria and details about Subclass 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa has been copied from https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/skilled_migrants/skilled_regional ‘as is’ and no alterations have been made. The document is provided for general information purposes only. Your use of any of this information is at your own risk, and you should not use any of this information without first seeking legal and other professional advice. The provision of this documents (and the documents themselves) do not constitute legal advice or opinions of any kind, or any advertising or solicitation. No lawyer-client, advisory, fiduciary or other relationship is created between VIVID EDUCATION and any person accessing or otherwise using any of the information. Vivid Education and its affiliates (and any of their respective directors, officers, agents, contractors, interns, suppliers and employees) will not be liable for any damages, losses or causes of action of any nature arising from any use of any of this information.

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Study in Australia

Congratulations on making up your mind to study in Australia. One of the best destinations for international students.

Now, these are the general guidelines to achieve your goal!

 

  1. Academic preparation:

Research about your intended course and course provider. You may seek the help of a Qualified Education Agent Counselor for this purpose (TALK TO US).

 

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  1. English language requirement:

You must sit for internationally recognised English language test i.e IELTS, PTE Academic, TOEFL etc.


See below English Language Requirement for different qualifications level 

Qualifications level IELTS Module Minimum Overall Score Each band no Less than
Certificates, diplomas, and advanced diplomas Academic 5.5 5.0
Bachelor degrees Academic 6.0 6.0
Graduate certificates and graduate diplomas Academic 6.5 6.0
Masters degrees Academic 6.5 6.0
Research programs Academic 6.5 6.0

See Below the chart for different testing systems score equivalents

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Try to score at least minimum requirement for your intended course of study. If you have achieved the desired result, congratulation!! You have achieved the first goal towards your dream.

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If you have not achieved the desired score, don’t lose your heart. You may still be eligible to enroll in your desired course by doing ELICOS ( English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) in Australia.

English language provider test Minimum test score Minimum test score where combined with at least 10 weeks ELICOS Minimum test score where combined with at least 20 weeks ELICOS
International English Language Testing System 5.5 5 4.5
*Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) paper based 527 500 450
TOEFL internet based test 46 35 32
Cambridge English: Advanced (Certificate in Advanced English) 162 154 147
Pearson Test of English Academic 42 36 30
  1. Applying to Universities/colleges:

You must now send your application to your desired course provider in order to get an offer letter. If the provider finds you eligible for the course you have applied for, they will issue you with an offer letter. We are here to help you process for the offer letter on your behalf.

Australian Universities and colleges

 

This brings you one step closer to your dream!!

 

  1. Financial Preparation:

Now you must start preparing your financial documents to support your studies and provide proof to Australian High Commission.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa for Australia. From 1 July 2018, the 12-month living cost is:


You – $20,290
Partner or spouse – $7,100
Child – $3,040

In addition to this, you must be able to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees for the first year in Australia, which will be mentioned in your offer letter.

For eg: You are a couple with no kids planning study in Australia, and your Tuition fees for the first year is $24,000.

You must be able to demonstrate that you have a minimum of $51,390 to cover your stay in Australia

Tuition fees                                       $ 24000

Your living expense                         $ 20,290

Your Spouse’s living expense            $   7,100

Total Expense for 1st Year               $51,390

Also in addition to this, you will have to pay for your health cover, which would be approximately $540/year for single, $2830/year for a couple and $4970/year for a family.OSHC

All costs are per year in Australian dollars. To convert to your own currency, visit http://www.xe.com/

 

Providing proof to Australian High Commission

You can provide proof of your financial capability to Australian High Commission by following ways,

i) If your parents or non-accompanying spouse’s income is at least $60,000 annually and you have enough evidence to prove the income source through government department (e.g. tax assessment), DHA will accept these government documents.

ii) You can access student loan from the nominated banks by Australian High Commission. The loan must be in excess to cover your 1st-year stay in Australia.

These are the two acceptable financial requirements you should meet. However, in case of Student loan Australian High Commission may ask you to disclose how will the loan repayment be done. So be prepared with enough evidence to support your document.

 

        5. Applying for Student Visa

Now you are ready with your academic and financial document, it’s time to apply for your student visa.

i) You must have obtained a COE ( confirmation of enrollment) from your provider before applying for your visa. This is when you pay for your tuition fees or satisfied the conditions on your offer letter, your course provider will generate a COE for you.

ii) Visa applications must be lodged online using ImmiAccount

iii) Be prepared for a health checkup.

iv) Be prepared to provide any additional documents when asked by your visa officer. However, we recommend you to provide as much information and documents to support your claim to make the process faster.

If the Australian High Commission is satisfied with your application, you will be issued Visa. Make sure that you know about your visa conditions and obligations.

 

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Occupation Ceiling 2016-2017

Occupation Ceiling 2016-2017

The table below shows the occupation ceilings for the 2016-2017 programme year for each occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) by four-digit ANZSCO code unit group, and the number of invitations that will issued in this programme year.

 

Occupation ceilings for the 2016-17 programme year

Occupation ID Description Occupation Ceiling Value 2016-2017
1331 Construction Managers 5289
1332 Engineering Managers 1407
1335 Production Managers 3368
1341 Child Care Centre Managers 1000
1342 Health and Welfare Services Managers 1177
2211 Accountants* 4777
2212 Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers 1413
2241 Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians 1000
2245 Land Economists and Valuers 1035
2312 Marine Transport Professionals 1000
2321 Architects and Landscape Architects 1391
2322 Cartographers and Surveyors 1000
2331 Chemical and Materials Engineers 1000
2332 Civil Engineering Professionals 2174
2333 Electrical Engineers 1254
2334 Electronics Engineers 1000
2335 Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers 1539
2339 Other Engineering Professionals 1000
2341 Agricultural and Forestry Scientists 1000
2346 Medical Laboratory Scientists 1602
2347 Veterinarians 1000
2349 Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals 1000
2411 Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers 1822
2414 Secondary School Teachers 8032
2415 Special Education Teachers 1126
2512 Medical Imaging Professionals 1000
2514 Optometrists and Orthoptists 1000
2519 Orthotist or Prosthetist 1000
2521 Chiropractors and Osteopaths 1000
2524 Occupational Therapists 1000
2525 Physiotherapists 1345
2526 Podiatrists 1000
2527 Speech Professionals and Audiologists 1000
2531 General Practitioners and Resident Medical officers 3495
2532 Anaesthetists 1000
2533 Internal Medicine Specialists 1000
2534 Psychiatrists 1000
2535 Surgeons 1000
2539 Other Medical Practitioners 1315
2541 Midwives 1017
2544 Registered Nurses 16346
2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts 1482
2613 Software and Applications Programmers 5662
2631 Computer Network Professionals 1426
2633 Telecommunications Engineering Professionals 1000
2711 Barristers 1000
2713 Solicitors 5154
2723 Psychologists 1532
2725 Social Workers 1783
3122 Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians 1000
3123 Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians 1000
3132 Telecommunications Technical Specialists 1000
3211 Automotive Electricians 1000
3212 Motor Mechanics 5597
3222 Sheetmetal Trades Workers 1000
3223 Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers 4466
3232 Metal Fitters and Machinists 6677
3233 Precision Metal Trades Workers 1000
3241 Panelbeaters 1000
3311 Bricklayers and Stonemasons 1751
3312 Carpenters and Joiners 7718
3322 Painting Trades Workers 2871
3331 Glaziers 1000
3332 Plasterers 2149
3334 Wall and Floor Tilers 1475
3341 Plumbers 5169
3411 Electricians 9345
3421 Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics 1701
3422 Electrical Distribution Trades Workers 1000
3423 Electronics Trades Workers 1993
3513 Chefs 2854
3941 Cabinetmakers 1568
3991 Boat Builders and Shipwrights 1000

 

*The occupation ceiling for Accountants was set at two and half per cent for the 2015-16 programme year, a further reduced ceiling of two and a half per cent will apply for the 2016-2017 programme year.

The occupation ceiling for Chefs was set at three percent for the 2015-16 programme year, a further reduced ceiling of three per cent will apply for the 2016-2017 programme year.

Source: https://www.border.gov.au/Busi/Empl/skillselect

Professional Year Program

Professional Year Program

The benefits of an Australian Professional Year Program

What is a Professional Year Program?

A Professional Year Program is a structured professional development program combining formal learning and workplace experience for international students who have graduated from a university inMan in hardhat and vest surveys construction siteAustralia. Professional Year Programs run for 12 months and are currently available in the fields of accounting, computer science and engineering — Australian industries where the demand for skilled graduates is high.

Professional Year Programs are primarily designed for students wishing to apply for permanent residency in Australia. They allow students to develop industry-specific skills through study and work experience, preparing them for professional careers in the Australian workforce. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) only recognises Professional Year Programs that have been approved by the government (see below).

Why should you complete a Professional Year Program?

Completing a Professional Year has a number of benefits:

  • You earn valuable work experience in an Australian company through an internship.
  • You are able to improve your understanding of the culture and practices within the Australian workplace.
  • You learn how to communicate in a professional manner within the Australian workplace.
  • You are eligible to receive five extra points on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) ‘points test’ when applying for a Skilled Independent (subclass 189) visa.

Who is eligible for a Professional Year Program?

You will need to have completed a degree in accounting, computer science or engineering (or a closely related area) in Australia. You must hold a Skilled — Graduate (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 485), which allows you to remain in Australia for 18 months after the completion of your degree. To be eligible for this visa you must be under 50 years of age, have completed an eligible qualification within the last six months as a result of at least two years of study in Australia and possess the skills and qualifications required for an occupation listed on the Skilled Occupation List.

Engineering graduates who completed their degree at a recognised institution outside Australia are also eligible to complete a Professional Year Program in engineering. They must apply for a Skilled — Recognised Graduate (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 476).

Professional Year Program providers and further information

The following Professional Year Programs are recognised by the Australian Government:

Accounting

Computer science

Engineering

 

If you need any assistant regarding the Australian Professional Year Program, you can contact us at Info@vividedu.com.au

SOL

Updated SOL 2016

 

 

SCHEDULE 1

Skilled Occupation List (SOL)

(Specification of occupations, countries, and assessing authorities for the purposes of paragraphs 3, 4 and 5, specification of occupations and assessing authorities for the purposes of paragraphs 6 and 7 and specification of occupations and their corresponding 6-digit code for the purposes of paragraphs 2 and 8 of this instrument)

Column A Column B Column C Column D
OCCUPATION ANZSCO CODE COUNTRY ASSESSING AUTHORITY
Construction Project Manager 133111 All VETASSESS
Project Builder 133112 All VETASSESS
Engineering Manager 133211 All Engineers Australia/AIM
Production Manager (Mining) 133513 All VETASSESS
Child Care Centre Manager 134111 All TRA
Medical Administrator 134211 All VETASSESS
Nursing Clinical Director 134212 All ANMAC
Primary Health Organisation Manager 134213 All VETASSESS
Welfare Centre Manager 134214 All ACWA/VETASSESS
Accountant (General) 221111 All CPA/ICAA/IPA
Management Accountant 221112 All CPA/ICAA/IPA
Taxation Accountant 221113 All CPA/ICAA/IPA
External Auditor 221213 All CPA/ICAA/IPA
Internal Auditor 221214 All VETASSESS
Actuary 224111 All VETASSESS
Land Economist 224511 All VETASSESS
Valuer 224512 All VETASSESS
Ship’s Engineer 231212 All AMSA
Ship’s Master 231213 All AMSA
Ship’s Officer 231214 All AMSA
Architect 232111 All AACA
Landscape Architect 232112 All VETASSESS
Cartographer 232213 All VETASSESS
Other Spatial Scientist 232214 All VETASSESS
Surveyor 232212 All SSSI
Chemical Engineer 233111 All Engineers Australia
Materials Engineer 233112 All Engineers Australia
Civil Engineer 233211 All Engineers Australia
Geotechnical Engineer 233212 All Engineers Australia
Quantity Surveyor 233213 All AIQS
Structural Engineer 233214 All Engineers Australia
Transport Engineer 233215 All Engineers Australia
Electrical Engineer 233311 All Engineers Australia
Electronics Engineer 233411 All Engineers Australia
Industrial Engineer 233511 All Engineers Australia
Mechanical Engineer 233512 All Engineers Australia
Production or Plant Engineer 233513 All Engineers Australia
Aeronautical Engineer 233911 All Engineers Australia
Agricultural Engineer 233912 All Engineers Australia
Biomedical Engineer 233913 All Engineers Australia
Engineering Technologist 233914 All Engineers Australia
Environmental Engineer 233915 All Engineers Australia
Naval Architect 233916 All Engineers Australia
Agricultural Consultant 234111 All VETASSESS
Agricultural Scientist 234112 All VETASSESS
Forester 234113 All VETASSESS
Medical Laboratory Scientist 234611 All AIMS
Veterinarian 234711 All AVBC
Physicist (Medical Physicist only) 234914 All ACPSEM
Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher 241111 All AITSL
Secondary School Teacher 241411 All AITSL
Special Needs Teacher 241511 All AITSL
Teacher of the Hearing Impaired 241512 All AITSL
Teacher of the Sight Impaired 241513 All AITSL
Special Education Teachers (nec) 241599 All AITSL
Medical Diagnostic Radiographer 251211 All AIR
Medical Radiation Therapist 251212 All AIR
Nuclear Medicine Technologist 251213 All ANZSNM
Sonographer 251214 All AIR
Optometrist 251411 All OCANZ
Orthotist or Prosthetist 251912 All VETASSESS
Chiropractor 252111 All CCEA
Osteopath 252112 All ANZOC
Occupational Therapist 252411 All OTC
Physiotherapist 252511 All APC
Podiatrist 252611 All APodC/ANZPAC
Audiologist 252711 All VETASSESS
Speech Pathologist 252712 All SPA
General Practitioner 253111 All Medical Board of Australia
Anaesthetist 253211 All Medical Board of Australia
Specialist Physician (General Medicine) 253311 All Medical Board of Australia
Cardiologist 253312 All Medical Board of Australia
Clinical Haematologist 253313 All Medical Board of Australia
Medical Oncologist 253314 All Medical Board of Australia
Endocrinologist 253315 All Medical Board of Australia
Gastroenterologist 253316 All Medical Board of Australia
Intensive Care Specialist 253317 All Medical Board of Australia
Neurologist 253318 All Medical Board of Australia
Paediatrician 253321 All Medical Board of Australia
Renal Medicine Specialist 253322 All Medical Board of Australia
Rheumatologist 253323 All Medical Board of Australia
Thoracic Medicine Specialist 253324 All Medical Board of Australia
Specialist Physicians (nec) 253399 All Medical Board of Australia
Psychiatrist 253411 All Medical Board of Australia
Surgeon (General) 253511 All Medical Board of Australia
Cardiothoracic Surgeon 253512 All Medical Board of Australia
Neurosurgeon 253513 All Medical Board of Australia
Orthopaedic Surgeon 253514 All Medical Board of Australia
Otorhinolaryngologist 253515 All Medical Board of Australia
Paediatric Surgeon 253516 All Medical Board of Australia
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon 253517 All Medical Board of Australia
Urologist 253518 All Medical Board of Australia
Vascular Surgeon 253521 All Medical Board of Australia
Dermatologist 253911 All Medical Board of Australia
Emergency Medicine Specialist 253912 All Medical Board of Australia
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist 253913 All Medical Board of Australia
Ophthalmologist 253914 All Medical Board of Australia
Pathologist 253915 All Medical Board of Australia
Diagnostic & Interventional Radiologist 253917 All Medical Board of Australia
Radiation Oncologist 253918 All Medical Board of Australia
Medical Practitioners (nec) 253999 All Medical Board of Australia
Midwife 254111 All ANMAC
Nurse Practitioner 254411 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Aged Care) 254412 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Child & Family Health) 254413 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Community Health) 254414 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Critical Care & Emergency) 254415 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability) 254416 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Disability & Rehabilitation) 254417 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Medical) 254418 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Medical Practice) 254421 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Mental Health) 254422 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Perioperative) 254423 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Surgical) 254424 All ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Paediatrics) 254425 All ANMAC
Registered Nurses (nec) 254499 All ANMAC
ICT business Analyst 261111 All ACS
Systems Analyst 261112 All ACS
Analyst Programmer 261311 All ACS
Developer Programmer 261312 All ACS
Software Engineer 261313 All ACS
Computer Network & Systems Engineer 263111 All ACS
Telecommunications Engineer 263311 All Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Network Engineer 263312 All Engineers Australia
Barrister 271111 All SLAA
Solicitor 271311 All SLAA
Clinical Psychologist 272311 All APS
Educational Psychologist 272312 All APS
Organisational Psychologist 272313 All APS
Psychotherapist 272314 All VETASSESS
Psychologists (nec) 272399 All APS
Social Worker 272511 All AASW
Civil Engineering Draftsperson 312211 All Engineers Australia/ VETASSESS
Civil Engineering Technician 312212 All VETASSESS
Electrical Engineering Draftsperson 312311 All Engineers Australia
Electrical Engineering Technician 312312 All TRA
Radio Communications Technician 313211 All TRA
Telecommunications Field Engineer 313212 All Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Network Planner 313213 All Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Technical Officer or Technologist 313214 All Engineers Australia
Automotive Electrician 321111 All TRA
Motor Mechanic (General) 321211 All TRA
Diesel Motor Mechanic 321212 All TRA
Motorcycle Mechanic 321213 All TRA
Small Engine Mechanic 321214 All TRA
Sheetmetal Trades Worker 322211 All TRA
Metal Fabricator 322311 All TRA
Pressure Welder 322312 All TRA
Welder (First Class) 322313 All TRA
Fitter (General) 323211 All TRA
Fitter & Turner 323212 All TRA
Fitter-Welder 323213 All TRA
Metal Machinist (First Class) 323214 All TRA
Locksmith 323313 All TRA
Panelbeater 324111 All TRA
Bricklayer 331111 All TRA
Stonemason 331112 All TRA
Carpenter & Joiner 331211 All TRA
Carpenter 331212 All TRA
Joiner 331213 All TRA
Painting trades workers 332211 All TRA
Glazier 333111 All TRA
Fibrous Plasterer 333211 All TRA
Solid Plasterer 333212 All TRA
Wall & Floor Tiler 333411 All TRA
Plumber (General) 334111 All TRA
Airconditioning & Mechanical Services Plumber 334112 All TRA
Drainer 334113 All TRA
Gasfitter 334114 All TRA
Roof plumber 334115 All TRA
Electrician (General) 341111 All TRA
Electrician (Special Class) 341112 All TRA
Lift Mechanic 341113 All TRA
Airconditioning & Refrigeration Mechanic 342111 All TRA
Electrical Linesworker 342211 All TRA
Technical Cable Jointer 342212 All TRA
Electronic Equipment Trades Worker 342313 All TRA
Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General) 342314 All TRA
Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (Special Class) 342315 All TRA
Chef *** 351311 All TRA
Cabinetmaker 394111 All TRA
Boat Builder & Repairer 399111 All TRA
Shipwright 399112 All TRA

 

SCHEDULE 2

Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL)

(Specification of occupations, countries, and assessing authorities for the purposes of paragraph 5, specification of occupations and assessing authorities for the purposes of paragraphs 6 and 7 and specification of occupations and their corresponding 6-digit code for the purposes of paragraphs 2 and 8 of this instrument)

Column A Column B Column C Column D
OCCUPATION ANZSCO CODE COUNTRY ASSESSING AUTHORITY
Chief Executive or Managing Director 111111 All AIM
Corporate General Manager 111211 All AIM
Defence Force Senior Officer 111212 All VETASSESS
Aquaculture Farmer 121111 All VETASSESS
Cotton Grower 121211 All VETASSESS
Flower Grower 121212 All VETASSESS
Fruit or Nut Grower 121213 All VETASSESS
Grain, Oilseed or Pasture Grower (Aus) / Field Crop Grower (NZ) 121214 All VETASSESS
Grape Grower 121215 All VETASSESS
Mixed Crop Farmer 121216 All VETASSESS
Sugar Cane Grower 121217 All VETASSESS
Turf Grower 121218 All VETASSESS
Vegetable Grower (Aus) / Market Gardener (NZ) 121221 All VETASSESS
Crop Farmers (nec) 121299 All VETASSESS
Apiarist 121311 All VETASSESS
Beef Cattle Farmer 121312 All VETASSESS
Dairy Cattle Farmer 121313 All VETASSESS
Deer Farmer 121314 All VETASSESS
Goat Farmer 121315 All VETASSESS
Horse Breeder 121316 All VETASSESS
Mixed Livestock Farmer 121317 All VETASSESS
Pig Farmer 121318 All VETASSESS
Poultry Farmer 121321 All VETASSESS
Sheep Farmer 121322 All VETASSESS
Livestock Farmers (nec) 121399 All VETASSESS
Mixed Crop & Livestock Farmer 121411 All VETASSESS
Sales & Marketing Manager 131112 All AIM
Advertising Manager 131113 All AIM
Public Relations Manager 131114 All AIM
Corporate Services Manager 132111 All VETASSESS
Finance Manager 132211 All CPAA/ICAA/IPA
Human Resource Manager 132311 All AIM
Policy & Planning Manager 132411 All VETASSESS
Research & Development Manager 132511 All VETASSESS
Importer or Exporter 133311 All VETASSESS
Wholesaler 133312 All VETASSESS
Manufacturer 133411 All VETASSESS
Production Manager (Forestry) 133511 All VETASSESS
Production Manager (Manufacturing) 133512 All VETASSESS
Supply & Distribution  Manager 133611 All AIM
Procurement Manager 133612 All AIM
Health & Welfare Services Managers (nec) 134299 All VETASSESS
School Principal 134311 All VETASSESS
Faculty Head 134411 All VETASSESS
Regional Education Manager 134412 All VETASSESS
Education Managers (nec) 134499 All VETASSESS
Chief Information Officer 135111 All ACS
ICT Project Manager 135112 All ACS
ICT Managers (nec) 135199 All ACS
Commissioned Defence Force Officer 139111 All VETASSESS
Commissioned Fire Officer 139112 All VETASSESS
Commissioned Police Officer 139113 All VETASSESS
Senior Non-Commissioned Defence Force Member 139211 All VETASSESS
Arts Administrator or Manager 139911 All VETASSESS
Environmental Manager 139912 All VETASSESS
Laboratory Manager 139913 All VETASSESS
Quality Assurance Manager 139914 All VETASSESS
Sports Administrator 139915 All VETASSESS
Specialist Managers (nec)  

EXCEPT:

a.                    Ambassador

b.                    Archbishop

c.                    Bishop

139999 All VETASSESS
Cafe or Restaurant Manager*** 141111 All VETASSESS
Caravan Park & Camping Ground Manager 141211 All VETASSESS
Hotel or Motel Manager 141311 All VETASSESS
Licensed Club Manager 141411 All VETASSESS
Bed & Breakfast Operator 141911 All VETASSESS
Retirement Village Manager 141912 All VETASSESS
Accommodation & Hospitality Managers (nec) 141999 All VETASSESS
Antique Dealer 142112 All VETASSESS
Betting Agency Manager 142113 All VETASSESS
Hair or Beauty Salon Manager 142114 All VETASSESS
Post Office Manager 142115 All VETASSESS
Travel Agency Manager 142116 All VETASSESS
Amusement Centre Manager 149111 All VETASSESS
Fitness Centre Manager 149112 All VETASSESS
Sports Centre Manager 149113 All VETASSESS
Call or Contact Centre Manager 149211 All VETASSESS
Customer Service Manager 149212 All VETASSESS
Conference & Event Organiser 149311 All VETASSESS
Fleet Manager 149411 All VETASSESS
Railway Station Manager 149412 All VETASSESS
Transport Company Manager 149413 All VETASSESS
Boarding Kennel or Cattery Operator 149911 All VETASSESS
Cinema or Theatre Manager 149912 All VETASSESS
Facilities Manager 149913 All VETASSESS
Financial Institution Branch Manager 149914 All VETASSESS
Equipment Hire Manager 149915 All VETASSESS
Actor 211111 All VETASSESS
Dancer or Choreographer 211112 All VETASSESS
Entertainer or Variety Artist 211113 All VETASSESS
Actors, Dancers & Other Entertainers (nec) 211199 All VETASSESS
Composer 211211 All VETASSESS
Music Director 211212 All VETASSESS
Musician (Instrumental) 211213 All VETASSESS
Singer 211214 All VETASSESS
Music Professionals (nec) 211299 All VETASSESS
Photographer 211311 All VETASSESS
Painter (Visual Arts) 211411 All VETASSESS
Potter or Ceramic Artist 211412 All VETASSESS
Sculptor 211413 All VETASSESS
Visual Arts & Crafts Professionals (nec) 211499 All VETASSESS
Artistic Director 212111 All VETASSESS
Media Producer (excluding Video) 212112 All VETASSESS
Radio Presenter 212113 All VETASSESS
Television Presenter 212114 All VETASSESS
Author 212211 All VETASSESS
Book or Script Editor 212212 All VETASSESS
Art Director (Film, Television or Stage) 212311 All VETASSESS
Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage) 212312 All VETASSESS
Director of Photography 212313 All VETASSESS
Film & Video Editor 212314 All VETASSESS
Program Director (Television or Radio) 212315 All VETASSESS
Stage Manager 212316 All VETASSESS
Technical Director 212317 All VETASSESS
Video Producer 212318 All VETASSESS
Film, Television, Radio & Stage Directors (nec) 212399 All VETASSESS
Copywriter 212411 All VETASSESS
Newspaper or Periodical Editor 212412 All VETASSESS
Print Journalist 212413 All VETASSESS
Radio Journalist 212414 All VETASSESS
Technical Writer 212415 All VETASSESS
Television Journalist 212416 All VETASSESS
Journalists & Other Writers (nec) 212499 All VETASSESS
Company Secretary 221211 All VETASSESS
Corporate Treasurer 221212 All CPAA/ICAA/IPA
Commodities Trader 222111 All VETASSESS
Finance Broker 222112 All VETASSESS
Insurance Broker 222113 All VETASSESS
Financial Brokers (nec) 222199 All VETASSESS
Financial Market Dealer 222211 All VETASSESS
Futures Trader 222212 All VETASSESS
Stockbroking Dealer 222213 All VETASSESS
Financial Dealers (nec) 222299 All VETASSESS
Financial Investment Adviser 222311 All VETASSESS
Financial Investment Manager 222312 All VETASSESS
Human Resource Adviser 223111 All VETASSESS
Recruitment Consultant 223112 All VETASSESS
Workplace Relations Adviser 223113 All VETASSESS
ICT Trainer 223211 All ACS
Training & Development Professional 223311 All VETASSESS
Mathematician 224112 All VETASSESS
Statistician 224113 All VETASSESS
Archivist 224211 All VETASSESS
Gallery or Museum Curator 224212 All VETASSESS
Health Information Manager 224213 All VETASSESS
Records Manager 224214 All VETASSESS
Economist 224311 All VETASSESS
Intelligence Officer 224411 All VETASSESS
Policy Analyst 224412 All VETASSESS
Librarian 224611 All VETASSESS
Management Consultant 224711 All VETASSESS
Organisation & Methods Analyst 224712 All VETASSESS
Electorate Officer 224911 All VETASSESS
Liaison Officer 224912 All VETASSESS
Migration Agent (Aus) 224913 All VETASSESS
Patents Examiner 224914 All VETASSESS
Information & Organisation Professionals (nec) 224999 All VETASSESS
Advertising Specialist 225111 All VETASSESS
Market Research Analyst 225112 All VETASSESS
Marketing Specialist 225113 All VETASSESS
ICT Account Manager 225211 All VETASSESS
ICT Business Development Manager 225212 All VETASSESS
ICT Sales Representative 225213 All VETASSESS
Public Relations Professional 225311 All VETASSESS
Sales Representative (Industrial Products) 225411 All VETASSESS
Sales Representative (Medical & Pharmaceutical Products) 225412 All VETASSESS
Technical Sales Representatives (nec) 225499 All VETASSESS
Aeroplane Pilot 231111 All CASA
Air Traffic Controller 231112 All VETASSESS
Flying Instructor 231113 All VETASSESS
Helicopter Pilot 231114 All CASA
Air Transport Professionals (nec) 231199 All VETASSESS
Master Fisher 231211 All VETASSESS
Marine Surveyor 231215 All AMSA
Marine Transport Professionals(nec) 231299 All VETASSESS
Fashion Designer 232311 All VETASSESS
Industrial Designer 232312 All VETASSESS
Jewellery Designer 232313 All VETASSESS
Graphic Designer 232411 All VETASSESS
Illustrator 232412 All VETASSESS
Multimedia Designer 232413 All VETASSESS
Web Designer 232414 All VETASSESS
Interior Designer 232511 All VETASSESS
Urban & Regional Planner 232611 All VETASSESS
Mining Engineer (Excluding Petroleum) 233611 All Engineers Australia
Petroleum Engineer 233612 All Engineers Australia
Engineering Professionals (nec) 233999 All Engineers Australia
Chemist 234211 All VETASSESS
Food Technologist 234212 All VETASSESS
Wine Maker 234213 All VETASSESS
Conservation Officer 234311 All VETASSESS
Environmental Consultant 234312 All VETASSESS
Environmental Research Scientist 234313 All VETASSESS
Park Ranger 234314 All VETASSESS
Environmental Scientists (nec) 234399 All VETASSESS
Geologist 234411 All VETASSESS
Geophysicist 234412 All VETASSESS
Hydrogeologist 234413 All VETASSESS
Life Scientist (General) 234511 All VETASSESS
Biochemist 234513 All VETASSESS
Biotechnologist 234514 All VETASSESS
Botanist 234515 All VETASSESS
Marine Biologist 234516 All VETASSESS
Microbiologist 234517 All VETASSESS
Zoologist 234518 All VETASSESS
Life Scientists (nec) 234599 All VETASSESS
Conservator 234911 All VETASSESS
Metallurgist 234912 All VETASSESS
Meteorologist 234913 All VETASSESS
Physicist 234914 All VETASSESS
Exercise Physiologist 234915 All VETASSESS
Natural & Physical Science Professionals  (nec) 234999 All VETASSESS
Primary School Teacher 241213 All AITSL
Middle School Teacher (Aus) / Intermediate School Teacher (NZ) 241311 All AITSL
University Lecturer (Suitable for the

position of Research Associate or Research Fellow in a University)

242111 All VETASSESS
University Tutor 242112 All VETASSESS
Vocational Education Teacher (Non Trades) 242211 All VETASSESS
Vocational Education Teacher (Trades) 242211 All TRA
Education Adviser 249111 All VETASSESS
Education Reviewer 249112 All VETASSESS
Art Teacher (Private Tuition) 249211 All VETASSESS
Dance Teacher (Private Tuition) 249212 All VETASSESS
Drama Teacher (Private Tuition) 249213 All VETASSESS
Music Teacher (Private Tuition) 249214 All VETASSESS
Private Tutors & Teachers (nec) 249299 All VETASSESS
Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages 249311 All VETASSESS
Dietitian 251111 All DAA
Nutritionist 251112 All VETASSESS
Environmental Health Officer 251311 All VETASSESS
Occupational Health and Safety Adviser 251312 All VETASSESS
Orthoptist 251412 All VETASSESS
Hospital Pharmacist 251511 All APharmC
Industrial Pharmacist 251512 All VETASSESS
Retail Pharmacist 251513 All APharmC
Health Promotion Officer 251911 All VETASSESS
Health Diagnostic & Promotion Professionals (nec) 251999 All VETASSESS
Acupuncturist 252211 All VETASSESS
Homoeopath 252212 All VETASSESS
Naturopath 252213 All VETASSESS
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner 252214 All Chinese Medicine Board Of Australia
Complementary Health Therapists(nec) 252299 All VETASSESS
Dental Specialist 252311 All ADC
Dentist 252312 All ADC
Resident Medical Officer 253112 All Medical Board of Australia
Nurse Researcher 254212 All ANMAC/VETASSESS
Nurse Manager 254311 All ANMAC/VETASSESS
Nurse Educator 254211 All ANMAC/VETASSESS
Multimedia Specialist 261211 All ACS
Web Developer 261212 All ACS
Software Tester 261314 All ACS
Software & Applications  Programmers (nec) 261399 All ACS
Database Administrator 262111 All ACS
ICT Security Specialist 262112 All ACS
Systems Administrator 262113 All ACS
Network Administrator 263112 All ACS
Network Analyst 263113 All ACS
ICT Quality Assurance Engineer 263211 All ACS
ICT Support Engineer 263212 All ACS
ICT Systems Test Engineer 263213 All ACS
ICT Support & Test Engineers(nec) 263299 All ACS
Judge* 271211 All Agency that approves the appointment
Magistrate* 271212 All Agency that approves the appointment
Tribunal Member** 271213 All Agencies that approve the appointment
Intellectual Property Lawyer 271214 All VETASSESS
Judicial & Other Legal Professionals (nec) 271299 All VETASSESS
Careers Counsellor 272111 All VETASSESS
Drug & Alcohol Counsellor 272112 All VETASSESS
Family & Marriage Counsellor 272113 All VETASSESS
Rehabilitation Counsellor 272114 All VETASSESS
Student Counsellor 272115 All VETASSESS
Counsellors (nec) 272199 All VETASSESS
Minister of Religion**** 272211 All VETASSESS
Historian 272411 All VETASSESS
Interpreter 272412 All NAATI
Translator 272413 All NAATI
Archaeologist 272414 All VETASSESS
Social Professionals (nec) 272499 All VETASSESS
Community Arts Worker 272611 All VETASSESS
Recreation Officer 272612 All VETASSESS
Welfare Worker 272613 All ACWA
Agricultural Technician 311111 All VETASSESS
Anaesthetic Technician 311211 All VETASSESS
Cardiac Technician 311212 All VETASSESS
Medical Laboratory Technician 311213 All AIMS
Operating Theatre Technician 311214 All VETASSESS
Pharmacy Technician 311215 All VETASSESS
Pathology Collector (Aus) / Phlebotomist (NZ) 311216 All AIMS
Medical Technicians (nec) 311299 All VETASSESS
Fisheries Officer 311311 All VETASSESS
Meat Inspector 311312 All VETASSESS
Quarantine Officer 311313 All VETASSESS
Primary Products Inspectors (nec) 311399 All VETASSESS
Chemistry Technician 311411 All VETASSESS
Earth Science Technician 311412 All VETASSESS
Life Science Technician 311413 All VETASSESS
School Laboratory Technician 311414 All VETASSESS
Hydrographer 311415 All VETASSESS
Science Technicians (nec) 311499 All VETASSESS
Architectural Draftsperson 312111 All VETASSESS
Building Associate 312112 All VETASSESS
Building Inspector 312113 All VETASSESS
Construction Estimator 312114 All VETASSESS
Plumbing Inspector 312115 All VETASSESS
Surveying or Spatial Science Technician 312116 All VETASSESS
Architectural, Building & Surveying Technicians (nec) 312199 All VETASSESS
Electronic Engineering Draftsperson 312411 All Engineers Australia
Electronic Engineering Technician 312412 All TRA
Mechanical Engineering Draftsperson 312511 All Engineers Australia
Mechanical Engineering Technician 312512 All TRA
Safety Inspector 312611 All VETASSESS
Maintenance Planner 312911 All VETASSESS
Metallurgical or Materials Technician 312912 All VETASSESS
Mine Deputy 312913 All VETASSESS
Building & Engineering Technicians (nec) 312999 All VETASSESS/Engineers Australia
Hardware Technician 313111 All TRA
ICT Customer Support Officer 313112 All TRA
Web Administrator 313113 All ACS
ICT Support Technicians (nec) 313199 All TRA
Blacksmith 322111 All TRA
Electroplater 322112 All TRA
Farrier 322113 All TRA
Metal Casting Trades Worker 322114 All TRA
Metal Polisher 322115 All TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics) 323111 All TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical) 323112 All TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Structures) 323113 All TRA
Textile, Clothing  & Footwear Mechanic 323215 All TRA
Metal Fitters & Machinists (nec) 323299 All TRA
Engraver 323311 All TRA
Gunsmith 323312 All TRA
Precision Instrument Maker & Repairer 323314 All TRA
Saw Maker & Repairer 323315 All TRA
Watch & Clock Maker & Repairer 323316 All TRA
Engineering Patternmaker 323411 All TRA
Toolmaker 323412 All TRA
Vehicle Body Builder 324211 All TRA
Vehicle Trimmer 324212 All TRA
Vehicle Painter 324311 All TRA
Floor Finisher 332111 All TRA
Roof Tiler 333311 All TRA
Business Machine Mechanic 342311 All TRA
Communications Operator 342312 All TRA
Cabler (Data &Telecommunications) 342411 All TRA
Telecommunications Cable Jointer 342412 All TRA
Telecommunications Linesworker 342413 All TRA
Telecommunications Technician 342414 All TRA
Baker 351111 All TRA
Pastrycook 351112 All TRA
Butcher or Smallgoods Maker (Excluding the activity of slaughtering animals, or primarily boning, slicing or packaging meat in a non-retail setting.) 351211 All TRA
Cook*** 351411 All TRA
Dog Handler or Trainer 361111 All VETASSESS
Horse Trainer 361112 All TRA
Zookeeper 361114 All VETASSESS
Kennel Hand 361115 All VETASSESS
Animal Attendants & Trainers (nec) 361199 All VETASSESS
Shearer 361211 All VETASSESS
Veterinary Nurse 361311 All VETASSESS
Florist 362111 All TRA
Gardener (General) 362211 All TRA
Arborist 362212 All TRA
Landscape Gardener 362213 All TRA
Greenkeeper 362311 All TRA
Nurseryperson 362411 All TRA
Hairdresser 391111 All TRA
Print Finisher 392111 All TRA
Screen Printer 392112 All TRA
Graphic Pre-press Trades Worker 392211 All TRA
Printing Machinist 392311 All TRA
Small Offset Printer 392312 All TRA
Canvas Goods Fabricator 393111 All TRA
Leather Goods Maker 393112 All TRA
Sail Maker 393113 All TRA
Shoemaker 393114 All TRA
Apparel Cutter 393211 All TRA
Clothing Patternmaker 393212 All TRA
Dressmaker or Tailor 393213 All TRA
Clothing Trades Workers (nec) 393299 All VETASSESS
Upholsterer 393311 All TRA
Furniture Finisher 394211 All TRA
Picture Framer 394212 All TRA
Wood Machinist 394213 All TRA
Wood Turner 394214 All TRA
Wood Machinists & Other Wood Trades Workers (nec) 394299 All TRA
Chemical Plant Operator 399211 All TRA
Gas or Petroleum Operator 399212 All TRA
Power Generation Plant Operator 399213 All TRA
Gallery or Museum Technician 399311 All TRA
Library Technician 399312 All VETASSESS
Jeweller 399411 All TRA
Broadcast Transmitter Operator 399511 All TRA
Camera Operator (Film, Television or Video) 399512 All TRA
Light Technician 399513 All TRA
Make Up Artist 399514 All TRA
Musical Instrument Maker or Repairer 399515 All TRA
Sound Technician 399516 All TRA
Television Equipment Operator 399517 All TRA
Performing Arts Technicians (nec) 399599 All VETASSESS
Signwriter 399611 All TRA
Diver 399911 All VETASSESS
Interior Decorator 399912 All VETASSESS
Optical Dispenser 399913 All TRA
Optical Mechanic 399914 All TRA
Plastics Technician 399916 All TRA
Wool Classer 399917 All TRA
Fire Protection Equipment Technician 399918 All TRA
Technicians & Trades Workers (nec) 399999 All TRA
Ambulance Officer 411111 All VETASSESS
Intensive Care Ambulance Paramedic 411112 All VETASSESS
Dental Hygienist 411211 All VETASSESS
Dental Prosthetist 411212 All TRA
Dental Technician 411213 All TRA
Dental Therapist 411214 All VETASSESS
Diversional Therapist 411311 All VETASSESS
Enrolled Nurse 411411 All ANMAC
Mothercraft Nurse 411412 All VETASSESS
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Worker 411511 All VETASSESS
Massage Therapist 411611 All VETASSESS
Community Worker 411711 All VETASSESS
Disabilities Services Officer 411712 All VETASSESS
Family Support Worker 411713 All VETASSESS
Parole or Probation Officer 411714 All VETASSESS
Residential Care Officer 411715 All VETASSESS
Youth Worker 411716 All VETASSESS
Defence Force Member – Other Ranks 441111 All VETASSESS
Emergency Service Worker 441211 All VETASSESS
Fire Fighter 441212 All VETASSESS
Detective 441311 All VETASSESS
Police Officer 441312 All VETASSESS
Prison Officer 442111 All VETASSESS
Driving Instructor 451211 All VETASSESS
Funeral Director 451311 All VETASSESS
Funeral Workers (nec) 451399 All VETASSESS
Flight Attendant 451711 All VETASSESS
Travel Attendants (nec) 451799 All VETASSESS
First Aid Trainer 451815 All VETASSESS
Diving Instructor (Open Water) 452311 All VETASSESS
Gymnastics Coach or Instructor 452312 All VETASSESS
Horse Riding Coach or Instructor 452313 All VETASSESS
Snowsport Instructor 452314 All VETASSESS
Swimming Coach or Instructor 452315 All VETASSESS
Tennis Coach 452316 All VETASSESS
Other Sports Coach or Instructor 452317 All VETASSESS
Dog or Horse Racing Official 452318 All VETASSESS
Sports Development Officer 452321 All VETASSESS
Sports Umpire 452322 All VETASSESS
Other Sports Official 452323 All VETASSESS
Footballer 452411 All VETASSESS
Golfer 452412 All VETASSESS
Jockey 452413 All TRA
Sportspersons (nec) 452499 All VETASSESS
Contract Administrator 511111 All VETASSESS
Program or Project Administrator 511112 All VETASSESS
Conveyancer 599111 All VETASSESS
Legal Executive 599112 All VETASSESS
Court Bailiff or Sheriff (Aus) / Court Collections Officer (NZ) 599212 All VETASSESS
Insurance Investigator 599611 All VETASSESS
Insurance Loss Adjuster 599612 All VETASSESS
Insurance Risk Surveyor 599613 All VETASSESS
Clinical Coder 599915 All VETASSESS
Auctioneer 611111 All VETASSESS
Stock & Station Agent 611112 All VETASSESS
Insurance Agent 611211 All VETASSESS
Business Broker 612111 All VETASSESS
Property Manager 612112 All VETASSESS
Real Estate Agency Principal 612113 All VETASSESS
Real Estate Agent 612114 All VETASSESS
Real Estate Representative 612115 All VETASSESS
Retail Buyer 639211 All VETASSESS
Wool Buyer 639212 All VETASSESS
Driller 712211 All TRA

 

NOTES

FOR SCHEDULE 1 AND SCHEDULE 2

  1.    ANZSCO means the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations published by             the Australian Bureau of Statistics and current as at 1 July 2016.
  1.    nec means “not elsewhere classified”.
  2.    * Judges and Magistrates are appointed positions, appointed by the Attorney General’s Department.
  3.    ** Tribunal Member comprises a large number of different positions appointed by different relevant agencies.
  4.    *** indicates that, despite paragraphs 2, 5 and 6, for a nomination or visa application for a Subclass 457 visa    or a Subclass 186 visa, the occupation excludes positions in Fast Food or Takeaway Food Service.
  5.    **** indicates that Minister of Religion is specified as a skilled occupation only for the purposes of paragraph 2.72I(5)(ba) of the Regulations, and only in relation to an application for a Subclass 402 Training and Research visa. Minister of Religion is not specified as a skilled occupation in relation to any other visa subclass, despite paragraphs 2, 5, 6 and 8.
  6.    The acronyms used to refer to an Assessing Authority mean:
Acronym Expanded meanings
AACA Architects Accreditation Council of Australia Inc
AASW Australian Association of Social Workers
ACOPRA/APC Australian Council of Physiotherapy Regulating Authorities Ltd/Australian Physiotherapy Council
ACPSEM Australasian College of Physical Scientist and Engineers in Medicine
ACS Australian Computer Society
ACWA Australian Community Workers Association
ADC Australian Dental Council
AIM Australian Institute of Management
AIMS Australian Institute of Medical Scientists
AIQS Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors
AIR Australian Institute of Radiography
AITSL Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership
AMSA Australian Maritime Safety Authority
ANMAC Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council
ANZOC Australian and New Zealand Osteopathic Council (Name changed to Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council from 6 August 2014)
ANZSNM Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine
APharmC Australian Pharmacy Council
APodC/ANZPAC Australian Podiatry Council/Australian and New Zealand Podiatry Accreditation Council Inc.
APS Australian Psychological Society
AVBC Australasian Veterinary Boards Council Inc.
CASA Civil Aviation Safety Authority
CCEA Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia Inc.
CPAA Certified Practising Accountants Australia
DAA Dieticians Association of Australia
Engineers Australia Institution of Engineers, Australia
ICAA Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia (Name changed to Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand from 31 December 2014)
IPA Institute of Public Accountants
NAATI National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters
OCANZ Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand
OTC Occupational Therapy Council
SLAA State Legal Admission Authority
SPA Speech Pathology Association of Australia
SSSI Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute
TRA Trades Recognition Australia
VETASSESS Vocational Education and Training Assessment Services

 

SOURCEhttps://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2016L00800

 

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Career in Australia

Jobs for students

Careers in Australia

You should prepare sufficient funds to cover all expenses before you leave your home country. You should not rely on working in Australia to cover your tuition fees or living costs. Although working part-time can provide an avenue for meeting new people and some extra spending money, it should never be considered more than an ‘added bonus’. Your student visa gives you permission to work up to a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during your studies on session (any volunteer or unpaid work also counts towards this limit). During session breaks or holidays, students can work full-time or unlimited hours. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection can provide you with more information about applying to work in Australia under your student visa. If you decide to work, you will be required to pay tax on your earnings in Australia. The amount you will pay is determined by how much money you earn during the financial year (1 July to 30 June) and the applicable rate of tax rate set by the Australian Government. You will need to apply for a Tax file number (TFN) after arriving in Australia if you would like to work. This is a unique number issued to each taxpayer by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Your Australian bank and employer will ask you to provide them with your tax file number when you open a new account or start a new job. If you do not provide them with this number, your bank will be required to tax your interest at almost 50% and your employer will be required to take almost 50% of your wages in tax.

 

Jobs for students

There are many ways to find a job in Australia. The most common ways are through job portals like seek.com.au, employment agencies, government national employment services, and job networks. For the most part, searching for a job in Australia is no different than looking for a job anywhere.hire me please

To land to a job

One of the first things you should do when searching for a job is to research the companies you are interested in. After you have done your research, you should send in an application or resume to the company and schedule an interview. In order to acquire a job a student must exude good manners and punctuality when interviewing. Have your phone on you at all times in case a prospective employer calls. Be persistent even if they say no – Australians admire tough people. Remember when looking for a job that school comes first so the jobs you’ll have to look for will have hours during the night. Visit Work in Australia for more tips about resume writing and the application process.

Casual Job nature

Couldn’t stand washing dishes and scrubbing toilets at home? Those jobs that were unappealing at home will be different in a new country. They are the most easy to obtain and they immerse you in the culture. The fact that you will be in a new place with new and interesting people will be more important than what you are actually doing.

Typical jobs held by international students include:

  • Shop assistant
  • Nursing assistant
  • Department store staff
  • Bartender
  • Kitchen hand
  • Waiter
  • Delivery Driver
  • Cleaner
  • Gardener
  • Clerical assistant
  • Babysitter
  • Tutor
  • Staff in fast food chain
  • Supermarket staff
  • Picking and packing fruits and vegetables
  • Cinema staff
  • Translators Etc.

Prepare yourself and make up your mind to get your hands dirty while studying.