Migrating to Australia

Migrating to Australia is a huge step in someone’s life.  Pathway to Aus is here to support you every step of the way – from your first consultation, upon your arrival in Australia to lodging your permanent residency or citizenship application

Courses In Your City

Do you wish to find out which courses are available in your city?

Simply let us know which city you would like to study in and we will email through different education pathways on offer in each city.

MIgration visas

Study Pathways that may meet the 2-year course requirement for positions on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List

Australian Partner Visas
If you are in a relationship with an Australian Citizen,...
191 Permanent Residence
Starting from November 2022, the Skilled Residence (Permanent Residence) –...
Can a family member sponsor my visa to Australia?
491 Family Sponsored Visa
Employer Sponsored ENS Visa
The Employer Nominated Scheme (ENS) – Subclass 186 visa is...
Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)
The Graduate Visa (485) allows recent university graduates and certain...

Frequently asked Questions

Study a course or package of courses that goes for at least 2 years and includes the Certificate III in Solid Plastering

By studying for 2 years and undertaking a 360 hours vocational placement during your studies (most education providers will arrange this for you), you may be eligible to apply for and receive the Temporary Graduate Visa. The graduate visa is a work visa that allows the visa holder to live and work in Australia for up to 18 months. For more information on the Graduate Visa, click here.

The main benefit of the JRP is that on completion you will be provided with a positive skills assessment for general migration purposes. On this program, you must work for at least 12 months as a qualified Plasterer

Your employer will not need to sponsor your visa, as you will already be on the graduate visa. This will mean that you have a much higher chance of finding employment as it is very easy for the employer to hire you. You may find this video on the Job Ready Program helpful.

Once you have completed the Job Ready Program as a Solid Plasterer you will receive a positive skills assessment. Once you have the positive skills assessment you may be able to apply for general skilled migration visas. If eligible, the general skilled migration visas (Skilled Independent Subclass 189, State Nominated Subclass 190 or Regional Nominated Subclass 491) do not require you to have an employer that is willing to sponsor your visa. Please note that you will still be required to pass the points test and health checks to apply for this visa.

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