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My prospective sponsor (457) has just received a load of bull from immigration about "Training Requirements" showing a 1 or 2% expenditure for the last fiscal year on "Training" The company is an ICT company that focuses on Research and Development and as such there are no applicable training courses (else there would be no point doing the research) Has anyone else had these issues and has anyone got any idea what we are suposed to write? The other issue is that all the "Training" is suposed to be undertaken by Australian Citizens and the company currently only employs 1 Australian Citizen as there are no Ozzys capable of doing the work.. It all seems a bit nutz, please help.
FEDERAL Education Minister Julia Gillard will press ahead with plans for a national vocational education regulator, despite the refusal of Victoria and Western Australia to sign over their powers. The Government will legislate next year to create the regulator, which will accredit colleges, including those offering courses for international students. Finally, though WA probably wants to retain control re. mining industry training etc., Victoria because they are incompetent in regulating dodgy colleges....
Sorry folks Just seen this on an advert for Octobers Emigrate magazine - not news some of you want to hear. Good luck to all of yous still waiting and lets hope your visa comes through sooner rather than later!! :unsure: Emigrate Now - MODL reduction possible The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship has released a report into the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) highlighting likely changes, including a considerable reduction in the number of occupations eligible for MODL points, writes John Adams. Given that 73 per cent of independent skilled visa applicants (subclass 175) require MODL points to reach the pass mark for a visa, this change could significantly affect the options available to many migrants wishing to qualify for permanent residency. Prospective migrants may wish to contact a registered migration agent to seek further information on their visa options and how to protect themselves against upcoming MODL regulation changes that may adversely affect them. The October issue of Emigrate magazine, on sale Thursday 17 September, will cover this subject in greater depth John Adams is a registered migration agent at Immigration2Oz.com: www.immigration2oz.com