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Hairdressers - Australia - Workplace Assessment in London

Old Oct 16th 2008, 4:53 pm
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Haidressing workplace assessment in London, leading to the issuing of an AQF Certificate III, in turn opening up the possibility of migrating to Australia and/or improved employment prospects - details here:
http://www.gomatilda.com/news/article.cfm?articleid=472

Hopefully of interest to a few on this forum.

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Old Mar 25th 2009, 6:33 am
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After reading the article on wanting hairdressers and there being a severe shortage, why are they thinking of cutting them off the MODL list?

I have a daughter who is going to start a course in Brisbane, who knows if it will lead her through to PR.
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Old Mar 25th 2009, 6:49 am
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Originally Posted by somme
After reading the article on wanting hairdressers and there being a severe shortage, why are they thinking of cutting them off the MODL list?

I have a daughter who is going to start a course in Brisbane, who knows if it will lead her through to PR.
- An occupation does not have to be on the MODL for there to be a pathway to permanent residency under the skilled program - merely on the SOL.

- If your daughter needs points to secure the permanent visa it might be preferable to look at a course in a regional area of QLD (as defined).

- I strongly recommend that those looking at a student visa => skilled visa strategy are 100% clear on their visa pathway (and particularly the requirements of the skilled visa to be sought in due course) before they start studying and incurring costs as an international student.

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