Studying in Australia is always a big dream of every students all around the global, however, when a dream comes to reality, choosing a course to study in Australia can be very difficult. It’s really important to do your research and consider all available options before making your final decisions. With years of working with international students, below is some advices from Educube team to help you with your study…

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Over the past few years, Australia’s population has slowly started to shift from big cities to smaller towns in regional areas. There are pros and cons to work in both, however, with the new migration trends, regional areas become a promised destination for thousands of oversea workers who are looking to settle down in this country.     1. Less competitions and more opportunities Even though there are huge amount of…

What is 407 training visa? The Training and Research (subclass 407) Visa allows you to stay and work for an Australia employer on a temporary basis whilst undertaking on-the-job training. The 407 visa is granted for a period between 6 months and 2 years. Once your 407 visa expires, you are eligible to apply for another type of visa. Benefits of 407 visa • Live and work in Australia as a…

  The Graduate Temporary Visa is a great option for international students who have just completed studying and wish to stay a little bit further in Australia. This visa gives you full working rights in Australia for between 2 to 4 years depending on your course. Many students use this visa as a stepping stone to get their PR, or simply to get working experience before going back to their home…

Many employees obtain their skills in the workplace, or even outside work, without taking any formal training. There are various benefits for employee to undertaking RPL process including Improve CV, increase wage, save time and money, etc. Improve your CV If you are an employer, would you consider someone who claimed to be able to do a job but had no qualification? Probably not. How about meeting someone with relevant experience…

  Australia is a wonderful place. A haven, just blooming with tourism! Some people wish to stay longer than others and they might also wish to gain Australian permanent residency. To travel to Australia and continue living here, you will need a visa at all times. There are several different Visas to apply for and we are going to take a look at Partner Visa while also looking at De Facto…

Not everyone may be eligible for RPL assessment for Australian qualification, you must have experience in the relevant industry & be able to submit following documents: Passport Copy 100 Points ID (Passport +30 points ID) USI Number (Not Applicable For offshore clients) Detailed Resume Reference letter (in details) All academic Papers (with transcript) and pending studies. Work samples (as required) Rosters (depending on qualifications) Pay slips from recent weeks (depending on…

When applying for visas such as Employer Sponsorship (SC 186, 187, 457) and General Skilled Migration (SC 189, 190, 489) primarily, you must provide evidence that your skills are in fact ‘assessed as suitable’ for your nominated occupation (either Short term or Long term) Skilled occupation list: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2017L00850 Occupations primarily fall under two broad categories: General Professional occupations (Includes Marketing, Accounting…) or Trade occupations (Includes Cooking, Hospitality…). Depending on the nominated occupation,…

Is it an Australian qualification from RTO/College ? Is it as recognised as classroom based study across Australia? Does department of immigration accept it under the same benchmark as class room based study? Does RPL benefit current industry professionals, how? Is there any relation between a RPL based qualification and skills assessment ? Is it really so tough to achieve a qualification through RPL? We will answer them all if anyone…

MISTAKES in Training Benchmark B that may lead to REJECTION by the Department: 1. Non RTO providers or providers with no actual training facilities for 3rd party companies 2. Irrelevant or repetitive units in the training plan 3. No trainer/training or E-learning involvement for trainees 4. Wrong selection of training period 5. Trainees being unaware of the content of the training plan   Click for the interview of our director talking…