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  1. Xoxo86

    187 rsms cook wa

    Hi guys It has been about 13 months since I lodged my visa as a cook. I’ve got requested for medical checkup 2 days ago, but my colleague who lodged visa before me has his nomination rejected 4 days ago. I thought my nomination will be rejected as well but I got requested for medical so I got really confused. Do you think my nomination is safe or not? When CO is assigned? Do you think the person who send me the “s56 request for more information” is my CO? When CO is assigned, can I tell my nomination is passed? I thought they only request further information when the nomination is cleared. My immiaccount says the status is still “recieved” . No “initial assessment” or “further assessment”. I’m really worried that my nomination will be rejected after paying $hundreds for medical check. Is it possible for my nomination to be clear when the other nomination is recently rejected at the same workplace? Give me some thoughts please! Cheers
  2. mark23

    187 - Cook or Chef

    Is anyone waiting from November 2017 for their nomination or visa to be approved for a cook or a chef?
  3. MrMakinson

    Chef skills assessment

    Hey everyone I'm new here and have just submitted my evidence to vetasess for skills assesment as a Chef. Could anyone give me an idea on specifics of what is discussed at technical interview? I've got the fact sheet which matches up close to my nvq that I did way back when. But hopefully someone can give me a better idea of what to expect
  4. Hi, I have techincal interview with vetassess coming soon for Asian cookery. I have searched virtually everywhere on the internet and have not found anything relevant. Can someone please advice about the kind of questions they ask? Any help will be appreciated.
  5. Hello all I applied for 186 trts on 10/3/2017 visa and nomination As a cook What’s a waiting time period for ppl like us
  6. The Pom Queen

    Chefs Wanted in Australia

    The McGowan government’s ­decision to tear up the list that fast-tracked overseas workers to Western Australia has made it tough for Margaret River’s wineries and restaurants to put meals on customers’ plates during their peak new year trade. There are simply too few local chefs and trained kitchen staff to cope, says Amelia Park Tavern’s resident chef Gary Wilkins, who moved to Margaret River eight years ago for the relaxed lifestyle. “We’re struggling to get help and there’s a limited number of good local chefs,” he says. It has taken the importation of seven temporary chefs, one flown in from Sydney, to keep operating Amelia Park’s kitchen. “It costs management a lot more money to get people in,” Wilkins said. The labour cost — more than double the normal rate of about $25-$30 an hour — can reach nearly $100 an hour in some cases, when labour-hire company fees are included. Shortly after taking office, Premier Mark McGowan made good on an election promise to slash occupations that could be filled by overseas workers. He said changed economic conditions required local jobs to be kept open for the more than 90,000 unemployed West Australians, but his government’s cuts to the eligible skills list — from 170 occupations to 18, none of them hospitality jobs — has left the sector shorthanded. The government also withdrew Perth as a destination from the Regional Sponsored ­Migration Scheme, which offers incentives to lure foreign visa holders to less populated areas. Opposition tourism spokeswoman Libby Mettam said Perth’s hospitality industry was having difficulties recruiting staff as a result. “This is the first Christmas season for the hospitality and service industry where the impact of this shortsighted and ill-advised move is being felt,” she said. The changes have hit just as a wave of new hotels, bars and restaurants is helping to diversify WA’s resource-dominated economy. And with direct flights due to start between Perth and London, and Asian tourism on the rise, good hospitality staff “is high on the list of needs”, she said. “From a tourism perspective, there is no second chance in making an excellent first impression.”
  7. Khanw

    Rsms vic region

    Hello folks. Is here any cook in this forum from vic region waiting for their CO allocate or already file in progress. I applied 187 as a cook in oct 16 . Rcb approved in two weeks. Rcb ,nomination and visa all applied on same day . Haven’t heard anything yet from My MA.
  8. HI ALL, I M WAITING FOR MY 187 RSMS FROM LAST JUNE 2016 Does anyone else is in same boat aswell please share your timeline and immiaccount status. thanks
  9. Kam...

    Cook

    Got 457 to 187 got pr in July 2017. Working from last 4 year in same company.got promoted from cook to sous chef but still same pay. Got more responsibility. I asked for pay rise but they said no but they said if you want to resign we will accept you resignation and will approve your resignation so I can leave or not. Thx
  10. Adrian K.

    TRA Video Request

    Hi! My first post on here - so forgive me if this is in the wrong forum. I'm in the process of a skills assessment for a pastry cook and recently received a request for video evidence. The thing is I have no such video and there is no way I can get it, as my employers would never allow a camera onto the bakery floor. My agent says it is highly unusual that they would ask for video evidence as that is one of the more obscure options. What I'm wondering is, has anyone else had a similar experience? How did it pan out? I'm just wondering if they're building up to a rejection? Thanks for reading! Cheers, Adrian
  11. ATL

    The new training visa 407

    The 407 is a great way to experience Australia whilst gaining new or enhancing current occupational skills. The visa is for both paid and voluntary internships for up to 24 months (the government decide on the length based on the occupation, the applicants work or study history, skills and qualifications, age etc). The sponsor of the applicant is not the employer and is required put the applicant through a skills training program in conjunction with a host employer. The training visa 407 can relate to any occupation on the CSOL list available here: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/CSOL You can read all about this newly introduced visa here: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/407- I welcome any questions, Ray Daniel Access Training & Logistics (Training Visa 407 Sponsorship Approved) Geelong, Victoria, Australia
  12. Guest

    Living in Point Cook

    Hi, We are considereing renting in Point Cook, I visited it in October and liked Point Cook senior school also thought that the shopping centre was lovely. However I have some questions that i wondered if a local could answer; How bad is the traffic into Melbourne during rush hour? Is it going to ages to get to work in Maribyrnong?Where is the nearest the train station? As it is a new suburb are there local clubs eg sports, social etc for teenagers (13 & 16)? Is sancturary Lakes difficult to access without a car? You certainly get a lot more house for your $ on the rental market but I need to be sure as I dont want to have to move the kids once they are in school. Thanks everyone - we leave the UK on Christmas Day :v_SPIN:
  13. Dolly123

    Vetasses

    Hi everyone, I wondered if anybody could help me..... I applied to vetasses as a cook and passed my technical assessment but they want me to take a first aid course. The course they have suggested is a 3 day course at a cost of £380! They require me to have a level 2 first aid certificate I wondered if anybody else has been in a similar situation and can suggest any other courses that aren't so expensive and aren't 3 days as It will be difficult to get time off of work. I am using a migration agent but the one I started with left, so I am using a different agent within the same company. When I first started the process I wasn't told that I needed a first aid certificate it was only during the technical interview it was brought up. I have suggested other courses but they say they don't meet their standards yet the course they are comparing to in Australia is a one day course and they haven't provided what the course entails so I can compare. If anyone has any suggestions or could help I would really appreciate it! Many thanks
  14. yeah012

    TRA Cook assessment

    Hi guys, I am new on this site, but I find it very helpful. I hope you can help me. What we need to a successful cook assessment? My boyfriend learnt 5 years to be a cook and has 3 years part time apprenticeship during school. After we moved to the UK, he has been working from June as a cook and we plan here two years more. It will be enough for a positive skill assessment? Thanks, Kiki
  15. Our client is looking for the following list of occupations to fill positions in manufacturing operation in Melbourne. The below list is a broad list of the type of roles are available ... if you are interested any of these positions please feel free to send through their resumes to - info@thamesmigration.com with subject line 'JOBS IN VICTORIA' They will endeavor to assess your level of experience and qualifications and skill levels in the view to offer a subclass 457 if deemed as suitable. head chef for central kitchen for savoury items, baker pastry chef cook sales and marketing role - experience in multiple brands, graphics, creativity, advertising, social and digital media, PR, etc HR manager R&D manager food technologist / food scientist production manager manufacturing (bakery items) quality assurance manager cafe manager (cafe/restaurant as our cafes and kiosks have tables and chairs and table service) advertising specialist / marketing specialist interior designer - construction drawings (complete set of plans/drawings) and must have worked with hospitality clients before so they understand work flow and how to design kitchens etc systems analyst / developer programmer / software engineer - Suitable applicant must be well versed in the development of any apps and point of sales software, possible in the view to enhance the current point of sales software For more information please visit the Thames Migration website - www.thamesmigration.com or call 02089960120
  16. QUEENSLAND Job title: Chefs and Cooks Company: Hotel/ Restaurant Location: Queensland Australia Job type: Permanent- Full Time Number of vacancies: 30+ Salary: Competitive rates Job description: Our clientseeks experienced chefs for job opportunities in Queensland Australia Thesuccessful applicant will possess the following: · Strong work ethic · A desire to work as part of a team · Good presentation · Ability to work in a fast paced environment Duties will include thefollowing tasks: Creating a menu Choosing a restaurant theme Food preparation Managing employees Establishing and maintaining contacts with vendors Marketing If you meet the criteria and are seeking an attractive salary please forward your CV to victoria@thamesmigration.com Please view the position and our website here: http://thamesmigration.com/liveandworkinaustraliaaustralianjobopportunities/
  17. Ok well--as you may or may not know--I LUUUURVE fish.:em4400::happy_face_mummy_go. I cook my fish in a few different ways and thot I may share them with you. I'm also sure that many of you out there will be far better cooks than I am so I would be grateful if you could share your favourite recipes with all of us fish lovers here on PIO.! So here's three cheers to the Fishy thread! I mean fishing for recipes thread!
  18. Picture the scene ,captain cook rocks up (ozzie saying) He see the best beechs ever ,hot sunny ,palm trees . And says yes this is the place for our criminals. Was the captain on drugs ? eddie:idea:
  19. Hi guys! Really feel like a night out. Anyone like to join me? This Tapas bar is really good and a lovely place to meet new people. Let me know if this sounds good and I can book it for a Saturday night in November. My daughter, who works there has just reminded me that on a Sunday there is live music. That might be an option. :jiggy: Look forward to hearing from you all. Kitty. :wub:
  20. Guest

    What to cook?

    Hopefully some friends will be coming to ours for a meal in the near future and I just don't know what to cook. I'm okay at cooking for me, OH and kids but I want to cook something really nice. To add to the problem ... 'he' is a really good cook and don't want my food to be awful in comparison :arghh:
  21. Paur

    Electrician Point Cook

    Does anyone know a good (and cheap!!) electrician in Point Cook? Our stuff arrived from Scotland yesterday and everything works, thankfully! We are wondering if an electrician would be able to change the UK plugs on our Fridge/Freezer and washing machine as we don't really want these running off a travel adaptor plug as I can't imagine that's safe in the long term. We have changed the power cords and plugs on most things but are unsure if it's safe to do on the bigger items as there is no fuse.
  22. Morning all We have just signed on a property in SL. Can anyone give any ball park figures on monthly costs for elec, gas, water etc on a 4/5 bed house in this area. Also any recommendations for best value service providers would be great. Does anyone have any thoughts on broadband vs cable - could anyone give a recommendation on this? Any help would be gratefully received. We have been contacted by Direct Connect (through the estate agents) who are willing, but can't give any figures on pretty much anything they connect! Thanks everyone - Fiona
  23. Northernpommy

    Meet up in Point Cook - coffee??

    Hi, We have been here for over a year now in Point Cook and are enjoying our time here. Met lots of people (mainly through PIO) and thought would be great to organise another meet up for coffee again in Point Cook Anyone fancy it (would probably have to be a weekend though for me). xx
  24. Hi all we are looking at opening our bank account in or around point cook, Altona. Please can anyone tell me what banks are in this area
  25. There's be no arguments on here if he'd stayed in Whitby all his life!
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