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hey.i have just started my application for a 176 visa as a gas fitter.i have held my qualifications for 6.5 years and worked as a trainee for a year before hand clocking up over 1900 hrs learning the trade.although all my qualifications are in gas i have alot of knowledge on genral plumbing.iv heard it can be pretty tricky to get a visa with the qualifications iv got and the way my training was based?if any one has been through the same or is going through the gas fitter route it would be nice to have a chat with you.cheers all
hi folks, Unusally i am a female qualified and time served plumber and gas engineer here in the UK, i recently graduated from University (where i studied part time in the evenings whilst working full time) with a HNC (higher national certificate) in Building studies, at the moment i havent yet done anything with the recently gained qualification but i do wish to follow the health and safety route and do the NEBOSH course but also planning on moving to brisbane within the next 5 years am i just wasting my time with the health and safety or would i be able to use my qualifications over there?? do they mean the same as in the UK?? what extra training would i have to do ??? whats the adverage salary for a Health and safety advisor / inspector in aus?? Please help as i'm not too sure which career path to take?!?!?! failing the health and safety route is there a demand for female plumbers in aus?? Maxine :wacko:
I am a qualified plumber/gas engineer moving to OZ next year and was wondering what re-training I would need to take and how long to bring me up to the Ozzy standard. If anyone can help with the info (any books/web links or your experiences) I would be most grateful.:unsure: