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  1. http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2012L01451 The Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL), is a single list of occupations for employer sponsored and State / Territory nominated skilled visa Subclasses. The CSOL replaces the Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS), Temporary Business (Long Stay - Subclass 457), and General Skilled Migration (GSM) State / Territory nominated Skilled Occupations Lists. Best regards.
  2. The 2013 first quarter Clarius Group skills indicator, or occupation employment demand and skill shortages has been released.http://clarius.com.au/page/knowledge/clarius-skills-indicator/
  3. tinaisrar

    recently qualified nurse needs help

    Helloto everyone, i have come across this site after spending along time delving into the black hole of the worldwide web.I qualified in UK as an adult nurse in sept 2012 and currently working on an acute medical ward specialising in neurology. i aim to get at least 1 years experience before emigrating to Oz and by the looks of it need to get started on applications etc.. but what do i do first. Money is tight so i need to pay in stages, firstly which visa, i don't mind which sponsored or PR though prefer sound of PR though more expensive, and like idea of working where i want to. 2. if sponsored do i apply for job first they then sponsor my visa? if so where do i find these jobs. 3. when do you suggest i apply for APHRA 4. How you do skills assessment is this by APHRA, done before or after registration. 5. is the skills assessment and APHRA needed before visa application. 6. I am born in UK and educated here, confused....ielts or not im coming across conflicting info regarding this. My BSC degree is uk over 3 years 2 years prior to this was uk college for access course.. i am also 38 and done gcse over 20 years ago, have certificate ( a little scrap of paper i must say and old school only keeps records for 10 years so how do i prove i was at school here confused about this one . i must say i rather have PR but if alot more expensive i will go the other route. Also i like to do process myself to save on money also though i know more stressful. Apologies if my thread longwinded i just dont know where to start first and your site seems great for help and advice which is greatly appreciated. P.S my partner is overseas national with permanent residency in UK but not british passport holder and no children coming. (only 1 at uni and wants to stay with dad and may come after). so he will come on back of me thankyou in advance and sorry again x
  4. Clarius Skills Index September Quarter 2012 Australia faces a significant shortfall in a number of the nation’s crucial business professional sectors at the heart of driving big business over the next 12 months. The Index reported that growth in labour demand in the Australian economy is primarily occurring in higher-skilled occupations and professionals representing a significant proportion of employment in growth industries.