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  1. tedwalls

    Locksmith Qualifications

    Hi. I was hoping i could pick a few brains and get some advise. Im currently thinking of training to become a locksmith. And my ideal plan would to eventually work in Australia. I was wondering what qualifications you would need to eventually work in Oz? As i have read that some of the UK qualifications dont mean much in Oz. Could someone please help shed some light on this for me? Thanks Ted
  2. saowen

    Don't know where to start!

    Hi I'm wanting to move my family to Perth area and don't know who or where to start. Can u buy citizanship? Just apply for work and which visas do we apply for?
  3. Guest

    proof of qualifacations

    Can any one advise me, who i possible would get in touch with regards a letter to send to the visa bureau to show them i did an apprenticeship ,as they have told me i need to have a letter saying the words on it , that i completed an apprenticeship, i did 3 and half years at college , one day a week the rest of my time working for a pluming and heating company and achieved level 3 plumbing and gas nvq , i spoke to city and guilds and they cant help as they just issue the qualifications once passed. If any one could advise on this matter it would be much appreciated as trying to get the ball rolling for a new life style, thank you
  4. Hi, any help on this would be much apprciated, so thanks in advance- Me and my boyfriend are going over to Australia on a working holiday visa. We will be staying in Perth. My boyfriend is a bricklayer with a city and guilds qualification and lots of experience. He wants to work as a bricklayer while we are there. Has anyone else done this? The main question I have is that is his uk qualifiation recognised over there or will he need to do any tests to prove skills before he can work? I find it all quite confusing and cant find a definate answer to this?! I know he will need an ABN and a Blue/white card for health and safety, does he just need his uk qualification to apply for this? Or is it a longer process than that? Any insight would be greatly apprciated, thanks.
  5. im an electrician,and it took me 15 months to get my queensland electrical licence (and only then wuz i able to trade,and earn as an electrician)they accepted me as an electrician for immigration (TRA)--but when i got there i had to work as a trade assistant for 15 months---i just wundered if any other proffesion had similar problems where the had to go back to college,and retrain in the australian way of doing things