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Arcadia53

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Hi there , it’s been a while since I posted on here but am after some advice . My wife is a primary school head teacher who still is involved with teaching on an irregular basis and holds senco qualifications and mpqh which I am told is the equivalent of a masters . We have recently seen primary head teacher on the skills list and we are not sure what the next best step to take is . She filled out the eoi yesterday but are there any websites that could give us a step by step guide and are we best going through a migration agent or not. We are 40 and 41 with two children and are looking at the 190 visa if possible . 
 

Any advice would be appreciated .

 

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Has she obtained a skills assessment? Has she passed one of the English language tests? 

Personally I always recommend using an agent. 

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No none of the above yet but have contacted go Matilda who are getting back to me Monday . 

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11 hours ago, Arcadia53 said:

No none of the above yet but have contacted go Matilda who are getting back to me Monday . 

Your first stop is really to pass the skills assessment - don't apply for any visa until you have a positive result back.


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14 hours ago, Arcadia53 said:

No none of the above yet but have contacted go Matilda who are getting back to me Monday . 

Make sure you tell them you have lodged an eoi with no skills assessment as it will have to be withdrawn. As if you received an invite and applied without a skills assessment or passing English language exams and have claimed points for English, then it would result in a visa refusal with loss of fee and potentially even a ban on reapplying 

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15 hours ago, Arcadia53 said:

No none of the above yet but have contacted go Matilda who are getting back to me Monday . 

For teachers, AITSL is the best place to start to check what is required to get a positive skills assessment. It takes about 10 weeks from submission to know the outcome. Have a poke around the AITSL site and download the information pack that best suits your circumstances.

As for the State sponsored 190, check the specific state’s requirements as they differ.

https://www.aitsl.edu.au/migrate-to-australia

 

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The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides skills assessment services to teachers who wish to migrate to Australia. A skills assessment determines suitability for school teacher occupations for Australia’s skilled migration program.

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It doesn’t seem to have head teacher on it but I definitely saw it . My wife still has regular teaching experience though 

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2 hours ago, Arcadia53 said:

It doesn’t seem to have head teacher on it but I definitely saw it . My wife still has regular teaching experience though 

Possibly check on the VETASSESS site as it might be under them.

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