I have recently submitted my EOI for ICT Business Analysis on the 189 Visa. All good I have the 60 points, but have recently learnt that they are only inviting for 70 points and above. I have only submitted with RPL from ACS, but was wondering if I could do a certification and get an extra 10 points? My question is really what level of certification can I claim the secondary level education for? Do I need a Bachelors? or would a BCS Certificate in Business Analysis Practice at practitioner level suffice? Or do I need to do the full BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis?
What do they mean by secondary level education?
This is my very first topic and I hope to receive some info that can put my mind at ease.
We are a family of 4 (2 kids) and are working on a migration plan to Adelaide, SA under the sub class via 489 which does not give similar benefits of a 189 or 190 visa category, i.e. education and health benefits.
My question's and concerns are:
- How expensive would schooling and health cover be?
- Can I enroll my children in a public school or does it only have to be a private school?
- What would the health coverage or insurance take care of, only doctors consultations and or medications?
Any additional info that you feel can be of help would be appreciated.
By AlandesHi all PomsInOz,
We are moving fairly soon to the Bunbury area and are looking at schools in the area. Kids are 4, 6 and 9 and to be honest I don't even know where to start. Help!
Happy to fee-pay if that means better education. My 9 year old is introvert and likes his maths, my 6 year old is pretty good at reading and writing, would like to be an 'author' and write bout science, that tells you enough, and my 4 year old hasn't gone to school yet but loves scribbeling and singing and drawing....
Any good advice is welcome.
Help visa 189 application: Should I select ‘Master degree’ or ‘Other–Non AQF accreditation’ in the education part?By Victorexpact
I’m about to submit my visa application (189) today but I just got one last doubt on the education history part:
I graduated from a Bachelor degree (Electrical Engineering) back in France and it is my Nominated occupation for the 189 visa. (Engineers Australia assessed my skills only based on my undergrad qualifications in France).
Now, I am currently studying a Master degree in Sydney in a different field (commerce), not related to the nominated occupation for the visa 189. (I will only graduate at the end of this year and I am not claiming any points for it).
When I’m at the Education part, I need to choose a ‘Qualification’ for my Postgrad studies in Australia.
Should I select ‘Master degree’ or ‘Other – Non AQF accreditation’?
It would make sense to select ‘Other – Non AQF accreditation’ since I’m not claiming any points, however, since AQF stands for Australian Qualification Framework, it made me doubt...
By The Pom Queen
Special Interest Schools:
Fremont-Elizabeth City High
Ignite Programs for Gifted Students
Aberfoyle Park High
Charles Campbell Secondary
Golden Grove High
Sports and Physical Education
Wirreanda also coordinates the Southern Vales Physical Education and Sports Program involving Christies Beach High (aquatics), Morphett Vale (cycling) and Reynella East High (basketball and hockey)
In addition, eight secondary schools in conjunction with the respective state sporting associations, have established special interest sports programs:
Seaton High (baseball)
Pasadena High (Basketball)
Blackwood High (Netball)
Marryatville High (Tennis)
Brighton High (Volleyball)
Heathfield High (Volleyball)
Mount Gambier High (Cricket, Football and Netball - NB Australian Football that is!)
Single Sex Schools
Gepps Cross Girls High
Mitcham Girls High
Windsor Gardens Vocational College
Souther Vocational College (at Christies Beach High)
Australian Science and Mathematics School (enrols students in years 10,11,12)
These were listed in the Govt brochure: If anybody knows any more, perhaps add them and then we can buld up a good list.