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Minimum requirements to meet SOL.

Old Jan 13th 2012, 9:10 pm
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Default Minimum requirements to meet SOL.

The overwhelming majority of questions posed on in this section of the forum relate to requirements made of electricians with existing overseas experience and qualifications who wish to pursue work, ostensibly as a permanent resident, in Australia. Having searched for information for aspiring electricians, who should wish to migrate to Australia by taking advantage of the "general electrician" occupation continuously featuring on the SOL Schedule 1, it appears guidance is limited. I should be grateful if, given the following constraints, some of the users could further my insight into what may be the minimum time solution to becoming sufficiently qualified as an electrician for the ultimate purpose of satisfying the Australian subclass 175 visa eligibility requirements.

1. No certificate or experience is currently held.
2. Two WHV (subclass 417) visas are attainable.*
3. British nationality.
4. No budget limitations.
5. No experience in a "closely related occupation."

* Contingent upon the first being sought not after summer 2013.

Thanks in advance.
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Old Jan 19th 2012, 3:03 pm
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Default Re: Minimum requirements to meet SOL.

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The overwhelming majority of questions posed on in this section of the forum relate to requirements made of electricians with existing overseas experience and qualifications who wish to pursue work, ostensibly as a permanent resident, in Australia. Having searched for information for aspiring electricians, who should wish to migrate to Australia by taking advantage of the "general electrician" occupation continuously featuring on the SOL Schedule 1, it appears guidance is limited. I should be grateful if, given the following constraints, some of the users could further my insight into what may be the minimum time solution to becoming sufficiently qualified as an electrician for the ultimate purpose of satisfying the Australian subclass 175 visa eligibility requirements.

1. No certificate or experience is currently held.
2. Two WHV (subclass 417) visas are attainable.*
3. British nationality.
4. No budget limitations.
5. No experience in a "closely related occupation."

* Contingent upon the first being sought not after summer 2013.

Thanks in advance.

Your post hasnt had a response due to the fact it will take severval years to complete were you actually need to be.
ALOT of time.
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