ANZSCO 411611 Massage Therapist -
MASSAGE THERAPISTS perform therapeutic massage and administer body treatments for health, fitness and remedial purposes.
AQF Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma or Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)
At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some
Occupation:411611 Massage Therapist
411611 MASSAGE THERAPIST
Performs therapeutic massage and administers body treatments for relaxation, health, fitness and remedial purposes.
Chinese (Tui-Na) Masseur
Sports Medicine Masseur
タスマニア州スポンサー：有（Sbuclass190, Subclass489) 2017年11月現在
南オーストラリア：Lists of State Nominated Occupations
|Occupation||Additional Requirements||Skills Assessment Authority|
|411611||Massage Therapist||Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only||VETASSESS|
Listed as one of the occupations in the Supplementary Skilled List in South Australia as of 23rd of November 2017.
Massage Therapist (ANZSCO Code 411611) 査定基準詳細
This occupation requires a qualification assessed as comparable to the educational level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Diploma, in a field highly relevant to the nominated occupation.
In addition to this, applicants must have at least one year of post-qualification employment at an appropriate skill level completed in the last five years in a field which is highly relevant to the nominated occupation. If employment is not post-qualification, then three additional years of highly relevant employment are required.
If the qualification is not in a highly relevant field, two years of employment at an appropriate skill level, completed in the last five years which is highly relevant to the nominated occupation is required. This is reduced to one year if there is an additional qualification at least at AQF Certificate IV level in a highly relevant field.
＊例）Diploma of Remedial Massage
A positive assessment of both qualifications and employment is required for a positive Skills Assessment Outcome.
Please note that Caveats apply to this occupation for 186 and 457 visa purposes.
List of Required Documents
All documents must be
Pay the correct application fee at the time of submitting your application. Refer to Fees and Payment for Application Pricing List. Application fees are tax-inclusive. If you are not in Australia at the time of lodging the application you may be exempt from paying GST for your application fees. If you show an Australian address on your application form, you must provide evidence to support your claim for GST exemption. Acceptable evidence includes:
- a Statutory Declaration;
- A Notarial Certificate; OR
- A Declaration signed by a Registered Migration Agent. The declaration or certificate must clearly state that you are not in Australia at the time of lodging the application.
Declarations made by Registered Migration Agents must be on the Agent's business letterhead and be signed by the Agent (not by their representative).
Priority Processing: GST exemption evidence must be supplied at the time of submitting your application online.
One recent passport-sized colour photograph is required. The photograph must be no more than six months old and of good quality (self-taken photographs are not acceptable).
As proof of your identity, we require your passport
If applicable, evidence of name change must be provided to address any naming inconsistencies in the documents submitted. This is to support your identity.
Qualification evidence includes your qualification award certificate accompanied by the academic transcripts.
As part of determining your eligibility for Priority Processing, VETASSESS will need to determine if your qualifications are comparable to the Australian Qualifications Framework as outlined in the Australian Government’s published Country Education Profiles (CEPs). If your qualification(s) require in-house assessment, your application will not be eligible for Priority Processing.
The award certificate is the official document confirming the completion of an award course of study. If you have not yet received your qualification award certificate, a provisional award certificate issued by the awarding body or an official statement of completion issued by the Registrar's department of the awarding institution will be accepted.
Provide us with your complete academic transcript. Transcripts are the official records from the institution outlining the
If your transcripts do not provide sufficient information regarding the units of study undertaken, please provide additional evidence, such as a course syllabus, to clarify this. You can also detail major projects and other significant features of your studies in your CV.
It is important that you provide us with the required employment evidence for each employment position listed in your formal skills assessment application.
As part of determining your eligibility for Priority Processing, VETASSESS will need to determine if your employment claims can be verified within 10 business days. Therefore, please ensure that you have all the required evidence listed below at the time of applying for Priority Processing.
Statement of Service:
A Statement of Service is a written statement by your employer confirming your employment on official letterhead. Official letterheads should include the organisation's full address details, telephone, email and website addresses. The content of the letter must be signed by your direct supervisor or the manager of the human resources department.
The Statement of Service must include the following:
- a) The company letterhead
- b) Your full name
- c) The working hours per week
- d) Your official position title (s) held at the organisation
- e) The exact period of your employment in each position held
- f) Description of your main duties for each position held
- g) The salary earned
- h) Official contact details and signature of the person writing the statement of service – references from colleagues at the same level or below will not be accepted.
Payment evidence can include one of the following types:
Pay slips(ideally your first and last payslip);
- Taxation Records of Assessment (bearing company and applicant name)
- Bank Statements showing at least two salary payments, your name and the employer's name; OR
insurance / superannuationrecords (bearing company and applicant name).
Sole Practitioner / Self-employed:
If you are self-employed, you are advised to provide evidence of sole trading such as your business registration details and official statements issued by your (registered) Accountants and/ or Legal teams. The statement from your accountant or solicitor must include the accountant's or solicitor's letterhead, your full name, how long you have been continuously engaged in the business, the nature of the business and the signature of the accountant or solicitor.
If you are nominating a managerial occupation, you must submit an organisational chart highlighting your job position and those of your superiors and subordinates. If you are unable to obtain an organisational chart from your employer, please provide a statutory declaration outlining the required information and the reasons why this information cannot be provided.
Other Supplementary Employment Evidence:
In addition to the above, other supplementary employment evidence may include:
- License or Registration documents and details of the requirements for obtaining the license or registration
- Evidence of professional development completed during applicant’s employment
- Prizes / Certificates or other forms of commendation
Statutory Declarations and Affidavits:
Please note, in order for VETASSESS to consider the contents of a Statutory Declaration for skills assessment purposes, the statutory declaration (or equivalent legal document) must be properly executed by the appropriate legal professional(s) in the country of origin. Applicants may need to seek appropriate legal advice as to how this is carried out in the country of their current residence.
Statutory Declarations should provide any information you are unable to supply through official documents such as, for example, a description of the tasks associated with a particular period of employment. Please note that skills assessments cannot be conducted based on the contents of a statutory declaration or affidavit alone. VETASSESS will require a range of official employment documentation as evidence to support any claims made through the use of statutory declarations. Examples of the range of employment evidence that may be produced by applicants include official taxation documents, signed contract documents, appointment letters and official job descriptions.
If applying for a formal skills assessment, we encourage you to submit a CV as it may benefit the assessment process. A resume/ CV allows you to outline both your academic studies (describing the major focus of your studies including providing details of any major projects undertaken as part of course requirements) as well as describing your