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    electrician/panel wirer visa question/tra help

    I was thinking general electrician is probably the best route. To be honest i am trying to avoid the massive cost from vettasses as being assest through tra is a lot cheaper. Have you done the practical assesment also as you do seem to have got through it all verry quickly. Been looking into it for so long now just seems like they have made it near impossible lol.
  2. Hi all, I wonder if anyone can give me some advice. I have city and guilds electrical insatllation level 3 2330 qualifications. I have been working as a controll panel wirer for schneider electric for 5 years though and i am not sure what skills assesment i may be able to apply through to get a visa. What classification may this fall under. Ie, general electrician, electrical fitter, Electonic instrument worker etc. Although electrical fitter does not seem to be on the skills list. Just wondering what the best route i could take to get me permenant visa. I am also able to get a working holiday visa and was contmplating using this to go find work or maybe sponsership. Any advice on this?? Thanks Dan.
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    Working holiday to perm

    Hi all, I have been looking into moving to perth for some time now. I cant seem to find anyinfo or even if its possible to come over to australia on a working holiday visa find work and then apply for a perminent visa. Can anyone shed any light or advise on doing this. I am a qualified electrician in the uk however have mainly worked in wiring controll panels/switchgear. Hoping to get something similar in oz but will take anything. Is it likely if i fly over on this visa that i would end up being able to stay. Thanx Dan.
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    visa 175 help

    Hello all, I am currently looking at applying for a skilled independant visa as an electrician. I am fully qualified and am 29, However i think i might have trouble with meeting the minimum 12 months out of last 24 work history requirements. For the last 3 years i have been working as a contractor through an UMBRELLA company but due to the downfall in work in the uk i probably only actually had contracts that add up to about 8 months work in the last 24. My question is what evidence will i actually have to put forward with my application, even though i have not actually worked solid for this period i have still been registered as an empolyee all be it through an umbrella comapny. Will a letter from them stating length of time registered with them count as enough evidence. Any advice and help on this matter would be greatly appreciated thanx Dan