PR Pathway Courses
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PR PATHWAY COURSES
What course should I study to get PR?
Many international students want to settle in Australia for good and fruitful career. Some students find it difficult to get PR because their education and occupation is not appropriate to be eligible for PR. This can be very costly mistake as it is known that Australian education is expensive for international students. Therefore international students, who want to qualify for PR after their studies, must have required qualifications and employable in the occupations which are in high demands at Australia. Australian government releases list of high demand occupations each year. International students who have completed their course, in any of the high demand occupation areas, have a good chance of getting PR.
The new Occupations List (STSOL & MLTSSL) has a combined lists feature over 400 eligible occupations. For those with a skill or qualification who wish to migrate to Australia choosing the correct occupation, with the correct visa, is the first important step to migration.
In order to qualify for skilled migration to Australia, you must nominate an occupation from the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). However, if you are applying for skilled migration via nomination by a State or Territory Government; you have the option of nominating an occupation from the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).
If you apply for a General Skilled Migration visa and you are NOT nominated by a State or Territory Government, you must nominate an occupation from this Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).
If you apply for a General Skilled Migration visa and you ARE nominated by a State or Territory Government, you must nominate an occupation from either this Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) OR the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).
Some Points About Courses That May Lead To Pr Opportunities:
Meet the Australian Study Requirements: Generally, the criteria for is to study in Australia for a minimum of 2 years (closely related) but this may vary depending on your course of study or level (vocational or higher ed).
The occupation you choose must ANZSCO Job Descriptions: If you google ‘anzco position descriptions’ you will see certain jobs have required fields of study at either higher education or vocational levels. To qualify for these jobs you must meet these educational requirements.
Apply for a visa within 6 months: You should apply for PSWV 485 visa within 6 months of completion of your studies.
CRICOS approved study program: Your course of the study should be on the CRICOS list of courses.
COURSES TOP THE LIST;
Computer and Information Technology (IT)
Education and teaching
Nursing and medical courses
Building and Construction
Cookery, patisserie, and hospitality
Painting and Decoration
Agriculture and horticulture
Electrotechnology and telecommunications
Occupation in the List
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE OCCUPATION
BUILDING PROFESSIONS, AND ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING TECHNICIANS
construction project manager
urban and regional planner
CHILD CARE OCCUPATIONS
child care centre manager
child care worker
bricklayer and stonemason
carpenter and joiner
painting trade worker
wall and floor tiler
ELECTROTECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIANS AND TRADES
airconditioning and refrigeration mechanic
electronic instrument trades worker
telecommunications trades worker
civil engineering professionals
civil engineering draftsperson and technician
aircraft maintenance engineer
metal fitter and machinist
sheetmetal trades worker
structural steel and welding trades worker
butcher or smallgoods maker
HEALTH AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE OCCUPATIONS
medical diagnostic radiographer
medical laboratory scientist
medical radiation therapist
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONS
A research report which provides a national overview of the labour market is available for information technology professions.
RESOURCES RELATED OCCUPATIONS
A research report which provides a national overview of the labour market is available for resources sector professions.
Reports are available which provide information for the teachers cluster.
early childhood teacher
primary school teacher
secondary school teacher
special education teachers
Individual reports are also available for the following occupations:
ambulance officers and paramedics