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    1. Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre (also fondly known as ‘The DUC’) has achieved a great deal in its relatively short history. Established in 2013, it has consistently received 5* feedback from hundreds of families and individuals who have trusted the DUC to assist them throughout their migration journey to Australia and New Zealand. The DUC is a unique concept, a walk-in centre, located in London, that assists clients with all their migration needs. A dynamic and supportive community is growing, through the DUC Club and regular webinars, seminars and social events. The clients of the DUC enjoy the opportunity to interact with fellow migrants and their families. An opportunity to share concerns and experiences, to advise and support one another …many times these connections are the start of sustained friendships. Wes Zandt is DUC’s Founder. With over 15 years’ experience in the trade/migration industry, Wes is regarded in the UK as a very reliable source of information on Skills Assessments and the various migration pathways available. Based on his own experiences, he understands the issues individuals face and has earned a reputation as the ‘go-to guy’ to get honest, straightforward advice and support throughout the Skills Assessment process. From initial enquiry to settlement into their new life, the Down Under Centre team engage with their clients to give valuable support every step of the way. The team are experts in what they do, and will do their best to make every client feel at ease through their migration process. Completion of a Skills Assessment for the purpose of migration (where migrant skills and UK qualifications are assessed against an Australian/NZ equivalent), forms a fundamental early stage in the migration process. The DUC assist clients with the Skills Assessment process across many trades and professions. They can also can guide clients through the Electrical GAP Training, which can be started before your arrival in Australia! Clients can choose to ‘go it alone’ or opt for the support of the Down Under Centre’s Skills Assessments’ Agency Service that helps clients navigate their way through the process. There is a significant amount of documentary evidence that needs to be gathered and, where qualifications are lacking, evidence and ‘recognition of prior learning’ needs to be comprehensive and compliant. Much of the evidence that is gathered and required by the DUC can also be relevant to the subsequent visa application therefore this saves the clients’ time and money avoiding unnecessary duplication. It can be a little daunting but once started, with discipline, tenacity and support from the DUC Skills Team, the goal is to make the clients’ process as simple and relaxed as possible. The DUC work directly with Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) approved Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) If you require a Skills Assessment or if you want more information on what documents are required, the practical assessment and technical interview, the Down Under Centre is the best option for you! The Down Under Centre, with offices in London and Sydney, work directly with employers to attract job opportunities for the clients. As a DUC client, discounts are offered by a range of allied service partners. Contact the Down Under Centre today! UK office: info@downundercentre.com | 0203 376 1555 Australian office: info@downundercentre.com | 02 8294 8468 http://www.downundercentre.com
    2. Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre (also fondly known as ‘The DUC’) has achieved a great deal in its relatively short history. Established in 2013, it has consistently received 5* feedback from hundreds of families and individuals who have trusted the DUC to assist them throughout their migration journey to Australia and New Zealand. The DUC is a unique concept, a walk-in centre, located in London, that assists clients with all their migration needs. A dynamic and supportive community is growing, through the DUC Club and regular webinars, seminars and social events. The clients of the DUC enjoy the opportunity to interact with fellow migrants and their families. An opportunity to share concerns and experiences, to advise and support one another …many times these connections are the start of sustained friendships. Wes Zandt is DUC’s Founder. With over 15 years’ experience in the trade/migration industry, Wes is regarded in the UK as a very reliable source of information on Skills Assessments and the various migration pathways available. Based on his own experiences, he understands the issues individuals face and has earned a reputation as the ‘go-to guy’ to get honest, straightforward advice and support throughout the Skills Assessment process. From initial enquiry to settlement into their new life, the Down Under Centre team engage with their clients to give valuable support every step of the way. The team are experts in what they do, and will do their best to make every client feel at ease through their migration process. Completion of a Skills Assessment for the purpose of migration (where migrant skills and UK qualifications are assessed against an Australian/NZ equivalent), forms a fundamental early stage in the migration process. The DUC assist clients with the Skills Assessment process across many trades and professions. They can also can guide clients through the Electrical GAP Training, which can be started before your arrival in Australia! Clients can choose to ‘go it alone’ or opt for the support of the Down Under Centre’s Skills Assessments’ Agency Service that helps clients navigate their way through the process. There is a significant amount of documentary evidence that needs to be gathered and, where qualifications are lacking, evidence and ‘recognition of prior learning’ needs to be comprehensive and compliant. Much of the evidence that is gathered and required by the DUC can also be relevant to the subsequent visa application therefore this saves the clients’ time and money avoiding unnecessary duplication. It can be a little daunting but once started, with discipline, tenacity and support from the DUC Skills Team, the goal is to make the clients’ process as simple and relaxed as possible. The DUC work directly with Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) approved Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) If you require a Skills Assessment or if you want more information on what documents are required, the practical assessment and technical interview, the Down Under Centre is the best option for you! The Down Under Centre, with offices in London and Sydney, work directly with employers to attract job opportunities for the clients. As a DUC client, discounts are offered by a range of allied service partners. Contact the Down Under Centre today! UK office: info@downundercentre.com | 0203 376 1555 Australian office: info@downundercentre.com | 02 8294 8468 http://www.downundercentre.com
    3. Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre

      The Down Under Centre (also fondly known as ‘The DUC’) has achieved a great deal in its relatively short history. Established in 2013, it has consistently received 5* feedback from hundreds of families and individuals who have trusted the DUC to assist them throughout their migration journey to Australia and New Zealand. The DUC is a unique concept, a walk-in centre, located in London, that assists clients with all their migration needs. A dynamic and supportive community is growing, through the DUC Club and regular webinars, seminars and social events. The clients of the DUC enjoy the opportunity to interact with fellow migrants and their families. An opportunity to share concerns and experiences, to advise and support one another …many times these connections are the start of sustained friendships. Wes Zandt is DUC’s Founder. With over 15 years’ experience in the trade/migration industry, Wes is regarded in the UK as a very reliable source of information on Skills Assessments and the various migration pathways available. Based on his own experiences, he understands the issues individuals face and has earned a reputation as the ‘go-to guy’ to get honest, straightforward advice and support throughout the Skills Assessment process. From initial enquiry to settlement into their new life, the Down Under Centre team engage with their clients to give valuable support every step of the way. The team are experts in what they do, and will do their best to make every client feel at ease through their migration process. Completion of a Skills Assessment for the purpose of migration (where migrant skills and UK qualifications are assessed against an Australian/NZ equivalent), forms a fundamental early stage in the migration process. The DUC assist clients with the Skills Assessment process across many trades and professions. They can also can guide clients through the Electrical GAP Training, which can be started before your arrival in Australia! Clients can choose to ‘go it alone’ or opt for the support of the Down Under Centre’s Skills Assessments’ Agency Service that helps clients navigate their way through the process. There is a significant amount of documentary evidence that needs to be gathered and, where qualifications are lacking, evidence and ‘recognition of prior learning’ needs to be comprehensive and compliant. Much of the evidence that is gathered and required by the DUC can also be relevant to the subsequent visa application therefore this saves the clients’ time and money avoiding unnecessary duplication. It can be a little daunting but once started, with discipline, tenacity and support from the DUC Skills Team, the goal is to make the clients’ process as simple and relaxed as possible. The DUC work directly with Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) approved Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) If you require a Skills Assessment or if you want more information on what documents are required, the practical assessment and technical interview, the Down Under Centre is the best option for you! The Down Under Centre, with offices in London and Sydney, work directly with employers to attract job opportunities for the clients. As a DUC client, discounts are offered by a range of allied service partners. Contact the Down Under Centre today! UK office: info@downundercentre.com | 0203 376 1555 Australian office: info@downundercentre.com | 02 8294 8468 http://www.downundercentre.com
    4. Jason Davis

      Any UK electricians in Gold Coast??

      Hi thereI'm a 32 year old fully qualified electrician from Wales U.K. and have decided after years of talk to move to the Gold Coast, Queensland with my wife and 3 children. I have run my own successful electrical company for over ten years now and am really interested in taking the plunge for a lifestyle change. My one main concern is the reality of finding work once I'm there. Once I have sold up I am considering going out alone for a month or two just to be sure I can find a job as I don't want to drag my wife and children over if it doesn't work out as planned..I have done a bit of research and learnt that before I move I should get my OSTR in place, obtain my white card and apply for my provisional electrical licence while I'm in the uk so it saves time rather than doing it in Australia, hence speeding up the process while I'm there. Please correct me if I'm wrong but can I apply for a provisional licence while I'm in the uk?I understand that you can only do gap training in Australia, is that true also or can you do the theory part to it in UK? And just do the logbook part in Aus?? Can anyone advise the best way to approach/contact possible employers either it be through an agency or either by turning up and talking to them face to face when I'm in the area? Any help would be so much appreciated from anyone who's been through this similar process..Many thanks Jason
    5. Well2k8

      MRAEL ELECTRICIAN GAP TRAINING

      Anyone had issues with support from MRAEL while working through the electrical gap training, even if you have complete it or doing it just now would love to hear from you, feel free to message me, thanks in advance.
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