南オーストラリア州スポンサー South Australia Subclass489 及び Subclass190

 

South Australia can nominate you for either a provisional or permanent visa to help you start your new life in Australia

State nominated visas 

Skilled Nominated permanent subclass 190

This is a permanent visa which allows you to live and work in South Australia.

State nomination from South Australia provides you with 5 additional points to help you qualify for a visa under the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) point test.

For more information on state nomination requirements, visit nomination process

Skilled Regional provisional subclass 489

This is a provisional visa which allows you to live and work in South Australia for up to four years.

State nomination from South Australia provides you with 10 additional points to help you qualify for a visa under the DIBP point test.

If you live in South Australia for two years and work full-time (35 hour per week) for 12 months of that time on a 489 visa, you may be eligible to apply for permanent residency through DIBP 887 visa.

For more information on state nomination requirements, visit nomination process

Which visa should I apply for?

The visa you request State nomination for will depend on the number of points you need to meet DIBP’s point’s test. If you are currently living or working within Australia but outside of South Australia, you may not be eligible for State nomination. Interstate graduates need to have South Australian work experience and are restricted to nomination for only the skilled regional visa (489).

 

Your obligations to the State for your nomination are the same under both visa types.

 

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State Nomination Process details are here

State nomination requirements include:

  1. Commitment to South Australia – You need to commit to living and working in South Australia for two years from when you arrive, with a view to long-term settlement
  2. Age – under 45 years at the time of nomination
  3. Occupation – this must be listed on the State Nominated Occupation List as available.  Access to a supplementary occupation list and ‘special conditions apply’ occupations are available in some circumstances. See the eligibility summary regarding access to the respective occupation lists
  4. Skills Assessment – a positive General Skilled Migration skills assessment from the relevant authority
  5. Work experience – at least one year of skilled work experience in the last three years. Some occupations have a higher work experience requirement. If you are an international graduate of South Australia, you may be able to access a work experience waiver
  6. English – ability to meet Immigration SA’s minimum English language requirement for your occupation.  If you are a passport holder or citizen of the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada or New Zealand, you don’t need to provide an English test result
  7. Financial capacity – sufficient funds to settle in South Australia
  8. SkillSelect Expression of Interest (EOI) - you need to have an EOI which meets the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) criteria and Immigration SA nomination requirements.

 

International graduates of South Australia have access to a larger list of occupations for state nomination and can access waivers.

You can access:

  • State Nominated Occupation List (including Special Conditions apply occupations)
  • Supplementary Skilled List occupations
  • State nomination for the Permanent 190 visa for occupations listed as ‘Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only’

Requirements for these occupations are detailed below. 

9.1 If you are an international graduate of South Australia, you must meet the following general requirements:

9.1.1 If you are applying as an international graduate of South Australia, you must meet the same state nomination requirements for commitment to state, age, skills assessment, work experience, English and financial capacity.  You may be able to access waivers or exemptions in relation to work experience, English, and financial capacity.  Please check the requirements listed under the relevant headings.

9.1.2 Your South Australian qualification must be in the same field as your nominated occupation.

9.1.3 Your South Australian qualification must be CRICOS registered with a minimum duration of one academic year (CRICOS registered for a minimum of 46 weeks).

9.1.4 If any of your studies were undertaken outside of South Australia, a minimum of 50% of your qualification must have been completed in South Australia.

9.1.5 For skilled work experience to be considered, it must be in a skilled occupation listed on the State Nominated Occupation Lists.

9.1.6 If your occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-5 years work experience in the field), you must be currently working in your nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week).Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 20 hours per week) post-graduation. See the Lists of State Nominated Occupations for further details.  

9.1.7 Immigration SA is able to offer a limited number of nominations for occupations that appear as special conditions or on the Supplementary Skilled List. Planning levels apply to all occupations and availability is subject to change. Priority will be given to applicants based on length of employment in South Australia.

 

Supplementary Skilled List and occupations with Special Occupation Conditions for South Australian international graduates

 

9.2 Access to Supplementary Skilled List and occupations with Special Conditions for South Australian international graduates have been aligned so they are the same for both lists. Requirements are based on the qualification you have completed in South Australia.

You can access Supplementary Skilled List and Special Conditions Apply occupations if you meet the following requirements:

9.2.1 If you are currently residing in South Australia, you can access these occupations if you have completed a Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification (for example, Diploma or Certificate) or higher in South Australia.

9.2.2 If you are currently residing offshore, you can access these occupations if you have completed a Bachelor degree or higher in South Australia.

Work experience requirement for Supplementary Skilled List and Special Conditions Apply occupations

9.2.3 The work experience requirement that applies to you will depend on the qualification you have completed in South Australia.

Vocational Education and Training (VET) Certificate or Diploma completed in South Australia

Currently working in your nominated or closely related occupation (for a minimum 20 hours per week) for the last:

  • 6 months in a country region of South Australia.

or

  • 12 months in Greater Adelaide.

To be considered to be working in a country region of South Australia, you must be employed and residing in an area outside of Greater Adelaide. View the full list of eligible country region postcodes.  View our interactive map of South Australia

Bachelor Degree or higher completed in South Australia

  • Currently working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week)* 

OR

  • Have met the general work experience requirement as per nomination requirement 5. If you are claiming Australian work experience, 6 months of this must be South Australian work experience

* If  your occupation requires 2 – 5 years work experience in the field, you must be currently working in your nominated or closely related occupation. Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 20 hours per week) post-graduation (see 9.1.6 above).

If you are a high performing graduate currently residing in South Australia, you may be able to access a work experience waiver. See work experience waiver information below (9.4).

 

Eligibility Guides for South Australian Graduates

The following table provides a guide if you meet supplementary skilled list and special conditions apply requirements based on where you are residing and your maximum level of South Australian gained qualification.  Please refer to the full requirements page to check your eligibility. 

Residency location Highest qualification completed in South Australia Can I apply for Supplementary Skilled List and Special Conditions occupations?

Currently residing in South Australia

Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification (diploma or certificate) Yes – you must be currently working 12 months or more in your field in South Australia (or currently working 6 months or more in your field in a country region of South Australia).
  Higher Education qualification (Bachelor Degree or higher) Yes - meet the general work experience requirement or be currently employed in a skilled occupation in South Australia*.
Currently residing interstate   Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification (diploma or certificate) No
  Higher Education qualification (Bachelor Degree or higher) No
Currently residing offshore (outside Australia) Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification (diploma or certificate) No
  Higher Education qualification (Bachelor Degree or higher) Yes - meet the general work experience requirement.  If relying on Australian work experience 6 months must have been achieved in South Australia.

* If the occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-3 years work experience in the field), you must meet this requirement or be currently working in the nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week).Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 20 hours per week) post-graduation.

 Waivers and Special Conditions

Please note: you will still need to meet any work experience requirements as specified by the skills assessing authority for your nominated occupation.

9.4 You can access a work experience waiver for both occupation lists if you meet one of the following high performing graduate categories. You will need to be currently residing in South Australia and have completed one of the following qualifications from a South Australian public university (within the last two years) with the required Grade Point Average (GPA) listed below:

  • Completed a PhD or Masters by Research
  • GPA of 6.0 or above in a Bachelor Degree
  • First Class Honours in a dedicated Honours year (following completion of a Bachelor degree in South Australia)
  • GPA of 6.0 or above in Masters by Coursework degree (following completion of a Bachelor degree in South Australia).

The three South Australian public universities are: Flinders University, University of Adelaide and University of South Australia. 

If you are a high performing graduate from a private higher education provider in South Australia, further information is available here.

9.5 If you are an international graduate of South Australia, you can access a work experience waiver if you meet one of the requirements below.
 

9.5.1 Your occupation is listed as ‘available or low availability’*, you are residing in South Australia and you meet one of the following:

  • Proficient English in each score OR  
  • Minimum overall score of IELTS 7.5 or PTE Academic 73 or TOEFL iBT 102 or CAE 191 OR
  • Passport holder and citizen of the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada or Ireland OR
  • Currently working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week). 

*Additional work experience required: If your occupation requires 2 – 5 years work experience in the field, you must be currently working in your nominated or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week) some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 20 hours per week) post-graduation - see 9.1.6.

Health and Education professionals: Higher English scores apply if registration is required for your occupation or alternatively, you can show evidence of your current registration to practice in South Australia. 

 

9.6 If you are an Australian international graduate, you can claim financial support from your parents.  Your parents will need to complete the Financial Capacity Declaration to meet this requirement.

 

English language exemption

9.7 High performing graduates residing in South Australia are exempt from state nomination English requirements for all occupation lists (including Supplementary Skilled List occupations or Special conditions apply occupations).  You must still meet the minimum English requirement listed under 9.9 below.

9.8 International graduates of South Australia who are currently working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum 20 hours per week), are exempt from the Immigration SA state nomination English requirement for your occupation. You must still meet the minimum English requirement listed under 9.9 below. 
 

9.9 You must still meet the minimum Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) requirement of ‘competent’ English.(ILETS6 each band or more or equivalent)

9.10 Health and Education professionals requiring registration will need to upload evidence of current registration to practice in South Australia. 

 

 

Interstate graduates can access occupations on the Lists of State Nominated Occupations if they meet requirements. 

Refer to the interstate graduate table below to work out if you meet the requirements to apply for state nomination by occupation list and nomination type. 

Your eligibility depends on where you gained your work experience (in South Australia, interstate or offshore), where you are currently residing and if you meet chain migration requirements.  You must meet all state nomination requirements.

Scenarios for graduates who studied outside of South Australia

Scenario State nomination Availability by Visa type Lists of State Nominated Occupations

Residing offshore or in South Australia and meet the general work experience requirements

(do not meet chain migration or minimum worked in South Australia requirements)

489* if graduated within last 3 years.  

489* and 190* if graduated more than 3 years ago.

State Nominated Occupation List
Residing offshore or in South Australia and meet chain migration 190 and 489* 

Supplementary Skilled List or special conditions apply

Residing offshore or in South Australia and have at least 6 months skilled work experience in South Australia in the last 3 years (post graduation).

190 and 489*  State Nominated Occupation List

Residing interstate 

Chain migration, South Australian work experience or high points do not override this Commitment to South Australia restriction

Can’t apply  
Residing in South Australia and  relying on Australian work experience with less than 6 months South Australian work experience Can’t apply  
Residing in South Australia: living and working in nominated or closely related occupation for 12 months in South Australia or 6 months in country region of South Australia. 190 and 489*

All lists

Supplementary Skilled List and special conditions

 

*Please note for some occupations you can only apply for a 489 provisional visa

 

List of State Nominated Occupations List

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ANZSCO
Code
Occupation Additional Requirements Skills Assessment Authority  
121213 Fruit or Nut Grower Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121214 Grain, Oilseed or Pasture Grower (Aus) / Field Crop Grower (NZ) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121215 Grape Grower Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only; Opportunities stronger in wine regions further from Adelaide (i.e. beyond Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley) VETASSESS  
121221 Vegetable Grower (Aus) / Market Gardener (NZ) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121312 Beef Cattle Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121317 Mixed Livestock Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121321 Poultry Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121322 Sheep Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
121411 Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
131112 Sales and Marketing Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only AIM  
131113 Advertising Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only AIM  
132211 Finance Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months CPA / CA / IPA  
133411 Manufacturer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS  
133512 Production Manager (Manufacturing) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Research opportunities for your particular specialisation VETASSESS  
133611 Supply and Distribution Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AIM  
134212 Nursing Clinical Director Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ANMAC  
134214 Welfare Centre Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ACWA  
134299 Health and Welfare Services Managers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS  
135112 ICT Project Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
135199 ICT Managers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
139911 Art Administrator or Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS  
139913 Laboratory Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS  
139914 Quality Assurance Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS  
139999 Specialist Managers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Research opportunities for your particular specialisation; Except Ambassador, Archbishop and Bishop VETASSESS  
141111 Cafe or Restaurant Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
141999 Accommodation and Hospitality Managers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
149212 Customer Service Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
149913 Facilities Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS  
223211 ICT Trainer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
224213 Health Information Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
224214 Records Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
224711 Management Consultant Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
224712 Organisation and Methods Analyst Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
232214 Other Spatial Scientist Competent English VETASSESS  
232311 Fashion Designer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS  
232312 Industrial Designer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS  
234111 Agricultural Consultant Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
234112 Agricultural Scientist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
234213 Wine Maker Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only; Opportunities stronger in wine regions further from Adelaide (i.e. beyond Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley) VETASSESS  
241111 Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL  
241511 Special Needs Teacher Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL  
251214 Sonographer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ASMIRT  
252111 Chiropractor Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) CCEA  
252411 Occupational therapist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field OTC  
252611 Podiatrist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field APodC / ANZPAC  
252711 Audiologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field VETASSESS  
252712 Speech Pathologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field SPA  
253914 Ophthalmologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia  
253917 Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia  
254111 Midwife Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ANMAC  
254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254413 Registered Nurse (Child And Family Health) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254414 Registered Nurse (Community Health) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254415 Registered Nurse (Critical Care And Emergency) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254416 Registered Nurse (Development Disability) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254417 Registered Nurse (Disability And Rehabilitation) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254418 Registered Nurse (Medical) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254421 Registered Nurse (Medical Practice) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254422 Registered Nurse (Mental Health) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254423 Registered Nurse (Perioperative) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254424 Registered Nurse (Surgical) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254425 Registered Nurse (Paediatric) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
254499 Registered Nurse nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC  
261111 ICT Business Analyst Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261112 Systems Analyst Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261212 Web Developer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261311 Analyst Programmer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261312 Developer Programmer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261313 Software Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
261314 Software Tester Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
262111 Database Administrator Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
262112 ICT Security Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
262113 Systems Administrator Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263112 Network Administrator Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263113 Network Analyst Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263211 ICT Quality Assurance Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263212 ICT Support Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263213 ICT Systems Test Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
263299 ICT Support and Test Engineers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
272412 Interpreter Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Must have NAATI accreditation at mimimum level of 'Professional Interpreter'; Research opportunities for your language specialisation NAATI  
272499 Social Professionals nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Research opportunities for your particular specialisation VETASSESS  
272511 Social Worker Competent English; 2 years work experience in field AASW  
272612 Recreation Officer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
272613 Welfare Worker Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only; 2 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months ACWA  
311111 Agricultural Technician Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
312211 Civil Engineering Draftsperson Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only Engineers Australia / VETASSESS  
312212 Civil Engineering Technician Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
312912 Metallurgical or Materials Technician Competent English VETASSESS  
313111 Hardware Technician Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
313112 ICT Customer Support Officer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
313113 Web Administrator Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 70 points required; See additional instructions ACS  
321111 Automotive Electrician Competent English TRA  
321211 Motor Mechanic (General) Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
321212 Diesel Motor Mechanic Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
321213 Motorcycle Mechanic Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
321214 Small Engine Mechanic Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
322211 Sheetmetal Trades Worker Competent English TRA  
323211 Fitter (General) Competent English TRA  
323212 Fitter and Turner Competent English TRA  
323214 Metal Machinist (First Class) Competent English TRA  
323299 Metal Fitters and Machinists nec Competent English TRA  
323313 Locksmith Competent English TRA  
324111 Panelbeater Competent English TRA  
331111 Bricklayer Competent English TRA  
331112 Stonemason Competent English TRA  
331211 Carpenter and Joiner Competent English TRA  
331212 Carpenter Competent English TRA  
331213 Joiner Competent English TRA  
332211 Painting Trades Workers Competent English TRA  
333311 Roof Tiler Competent English TRA  
341111 Electrician (General) Competent English TRA  
342111 Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic Competent English TRA  
342311 Business Machine Mechanic Competent English TRA  
342313 Electronic Equipment Trades Worker Competent English TRA  
342411 Cabler (Data and Telecommunications) Competent English TRA  
351111 Baker Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only; 2 years work experience in field TRA  
351112 Pastry Cook Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only; 2 years work experience in field TRA  
351311 Chef Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 2 years work experience in field TRA  
351411 Cook Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
361311 Veterinary Nurse Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
362211 Gardener (General) Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
362212 Arborist Competent English TRA  
362213 Landscape Gardener Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only TRA  
393213 Dressmaker or Tailor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ TRA  
394111 Cabinetmaker Competent English TRA  
394213 Wood Machinist Competent English TRA  
411311 Diversional Therapist Competent English VETASSESS  
411411 Enrolled Nurse Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Provisional 489 visa only ANMAC  
411711 Community Worker Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only; 2 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months ACWA  
411712 Disabilities Services Officer Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
411713 Family Support Worker Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
411715 Residential Care Officer Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
411716 Youth Worker Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only ACWA  
511111 Contract Administrator Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  
511112 Program or Project Administrator Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS  

 

 The Supplementary Skilled List  

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The Supplementary Skilled List reflects occupations available on the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) that are not available on South Australia's State Occupation List. These occupations are only available if you meet the additional requirements listed here.

This list of occupations has not been identified as being in shortage; they are available to limited applicants who can demonstrate employment outcomes or family links to support human capital and economic objectives of South Australia's participation in the skilled migrant program. The list is available to international graduates of South Australia; skilled migrants who are working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum time periods apply); have immediate family members permanently residing in South Australia who can support their settlement whilst seeking employment; or who demonstrate strong employability qualities (based on scoring very highly on the DIBP Points Test).

Please note that some occupations in this list may have certain barriers to being immediately eligible for employment.  Please research your employment opportunities thoroughly before choosing South Australian state nomination. It is your responsibility to determine your employability, if your occupation requires further training, or if it has registration, licensing, residency or other requirements before you can work in South Australia.  

 

ANZSCO
Code
Occupation Additional Requirements Skills Assessment Authority
121111 Aquaculture Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121212 Flower Grower Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121216 Mixed Crop Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121299 Crop Farmers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121311 Apiarist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121313 Dairy Cattle Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121316 Horse Breeder Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121318 Pig Farmer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
121399 Livestock Farmers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
132111 Corporate Services Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
132311 Human Resource Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AIM
132511 Research and Development Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
133111 Construction Project Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
133211 Engineering Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Engineers Australia / AIM
133511 Production Manager (Forestry) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
133513 Production Manager (Mining) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
134111 Child Care Centre Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) TRA
134213 Primary Health Organisation Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
134311 School Principal Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
134499 Education Managers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
141311 Hotel or Motel Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
142114 Hair or Beauty Salon Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
142115 Post Office Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
149112 Fitness Centre Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
149113 Sports Centre Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
149311 Conference and Event Organiser Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
149413 Transport Company Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
211112 Dancer or Choreographer Competent English VETASSESS
211212 Music Director Competent English VETASSESS
211299 Music Professionals nec Competent English VETASSESS
211311 Photographer Competent English VETASSESS
211499 Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals nec Competent English VETASSESS
212111 Artistic Director Competent English VETASSESS
212212 Book or Script Editor Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212312 Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage) Competent English VETASSESS
212314 Film and Video Editor Competent English VETASSESS
212315 Program Director (Television or Radio) Competent English VETASSESS
212316 Stage Manager Competent English VETASSESS
212317 Technical Director Competent English VETASSESS
212318 Video Producer Competent English VETASSESS
212411 Copywriter Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212412 Newspaper or Periodical Editor Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212413 Print Journalist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212415 Technical Writer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212416 Television Journalist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
212499 Journalists and Other Writers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
221111 Accountant (General) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months; 85 points required under the 'high points' category CPA / CA / IPA
221112 Management Accountant Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months; 85 points required under the 'high points' category CPA / CA / IPA
221113 Taxation Accountant Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months; 85 points required under the 'high points' category CPA / CA / IPA
221211 Company Secretary Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field VETASSESS
221213 External Auditor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months CPA / CA / IPA
221214 Internal Auditor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); 3 years work experience in field; South Australian graduates must be currently working in their field in South Australia for the last 12 months VETASSESS
222111 Commodities Trader Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222112 Finance Broker Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222113 Insurance Broker Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222199 Financial Brokers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222211 Financial Market Dealer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222213 Stockbroking Dealer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222299 Financial Dealers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222311 Financial Investment Adviser Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
222312 Financial Investment Manager Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
223112 Recruitment Consultant Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
224111 Actuary Competent English VETASSESS
224112 Mathematician Competent English VETASSESS
224212 Gallery or Museum Curator Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
224511 Land Economist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
224512 Valuer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
224611 Librarian Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
224914 Patents Examiner Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
224999 Information and Organisation Professionals nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225111 Advertising Specialist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225113 Marketing Specialist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; 85 points required under the 'high points' category VETASSESS
225211 ICT Account Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225212 ICT Business Development Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225213 ICT Sales Representative Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225311 Public Relations Professional Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
225499 Technical Sales Representatives nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) VETASSESS
231111 Aeroplane Pilot Competent English CASA
231113 Flying Instructor Competent English VETASSESS
231114 Helicopter Pilot Competent English CASA
232111 Architect Competent English AACA
232112 Landscape Architect Competent English VETASSESS
232212 Surveyor Competent English SSSI
232213 Cartographer Competent English VETASSESS
232313 Jewellery Designer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS
232411 Graphic Designer Competent English VETASSESS
232412 Illustrator Competent English VETASSESS
232414 Web Designer Competent English VETASSESS
232511 Interior Designer Competent English VETASSESS
232611 Urban And Regional Planner Competent English VETASSESS
233111 Chemical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233112 Materials Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233211 Civil Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233212 Geotechnical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233213 Quantity Surveyor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) AIQS
233214 Structural Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233215 Transport Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233311 Electrical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233411 Electronics Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233511 Industrial Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233512 Mechanical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233513 Production or Plant Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233911 Aeronautical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233912 Agricultural Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233913 Biomedical Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233914 Engineering Technologist Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233915 Environmental Engineer Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
233916 Naval Architect Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall) Engineers Australia
234113 Forester Competent English VETASSESS
234411 Geologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
234611 Medical Laboratory Scientist Competent English AIMS
234711 Veterinarian Competent English AVBC
234914 Physicist (Medical Physicist Only) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ACPSEM
241213 Primary School Teacher Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
241311 Middle School Teacher (Aus) / Intermediate School Teacher (NZ) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
241411 Secondary School Teacher Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
241512 Teacher Of The Hearing Impaired Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
241513 Teacher Of The Sight Impaired Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
241599 Special Education Teachers nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AITSL
249111 Education Adviser Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
249211 Art Teacher (Private Tuition) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS
249212 Dance Teacher (Private Tuition) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS
249214 Music Teacher (Private Tuition) Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS
249299 Private Tutors and Teachers nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only; Preparedness to self-employ VETASSESS
249311 Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
251111 Dietitian Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) DAA
251112 Nutritionist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
251211 Medical Diagnostic Radiographer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ASMIRT
251212 Medical Radiation Therapist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ASMIRT
251213 Nuclear Medicine Technologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ANZSNM
251312 Occupational Health and Safety Advisor Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
251411 Optometrist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) OCANZ
251412 Orthoptist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
251511 Hospital Pharmacist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APharmC
251512 Industrial Pharmacist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
251513 Retail Pharmacist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APharmC
251911 Health Promotion Officer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
251912 Orthotist or Prosthetist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) AOPA
251999 Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
252112 Osteopath Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) ANZOC
252211 Acupuncturist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Chinese Medicine Board Of Australia
252213 Naturopath Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
252214 Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only Chinese Medicine Board Of Australia
252299 Complementary Health Therapists nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
252311 Dental Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field ADC
252312 Dentist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field ADC
252511 Physiotherapist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field APC
253111 General Practitioner Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253112 Resident Medical Officer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253211 Anaesthetist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253311 Specialist Physician (General Medicine) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253312 Cardiologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253313 Clinical Haematologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253314 Medical Oncologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253315 Endocrinologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253316 Gastroenterologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253317 Intensive Care Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253318 Neurologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253321 Paediatrician Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253322 Renal Medicine Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253323 Rheumatologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253324 Thoracic Medicine Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253399 Specialist Physicians nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253411 Psychiatrist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253511 Surgeon (General) Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253512 Cardiothoracic Surgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253513 Neurosurgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253514 Orthopaedic Surgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253515 Otorhinolaryngologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253516 Paediatric Surgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253517 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253518 Urologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253521 Vascular Surgeon Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253911 Dermatologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253912 Emergency Medicine Specialist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253913 Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253915 Pathologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253918 Radiation Oncologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
253999 Medical Practitioners nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Medical Board of Australia
254211 Nurse Educator Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field VETASSESS / ANMAC
254212 Nurse Researcher Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 3 years work experience in field ANMAC
254311 Nurse Manager Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field VETASSESS / ANMAC
254411 Nurse Practitioner Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); 5 years work experience in field ANMAC
263311 Telecommunications Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Engineers Australia
263312 Telecommunications Network Engineer Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) Engineers Australia
271111 Barrister Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Also refer to the Law Society requirements SLAA
271299 Judicial and Other Legal Professionals nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) VETASSESS
271311 Solicitor Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall); Also refer to the Law Society requirements SLAA
272111 Careers Counsellor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272112 Drug and Alcohol Counsellor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272113 Family and Marriage Counsellor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272114 Rehabilitation Counsellor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272115 Student Counsellor Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272199 Counsellors nec Competent Plus English (or Proficient overall); Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
272311 Clinical Psychologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APS
272312 Educational Psychologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APS
272313 Organisational Psychologist Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APS
272399 Psychologists nec Proficient English (or Proficient Plus overall) APS
311211 Anaesthetic Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311212 Cardiac Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311213 Medical Laboratory Technician Competent English AIMS
311215 Pharmacy Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311299 Medical Technicians nec Competent English VETASSESS
311312 Meat Inspector Competent English VETASSESS
311399 Primary Products Inspectors nec Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
311411 Chemistry Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311412 Earth Science Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311413 Life Science Technician Competent English VETASSESS
311499 Science Technicians nec Competent English VETASSESS
312111 Architectural Draftsperson Competent English VETASSESS
312112 Building Associate Competent English VETASSESS
312113 Building Inspector Competent English VETASSESS
312199 Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians nec Competent English VETASSESS
312311 Electrical Engineering Draftsperson Competent English Engineers Australia
312312 Electrical Engineering Technician Competent English TRA
312512 Mechanical Engineering Technician Competent English TRA
312913 Mine Deputy Competent English VETASSESS
313211 Radiocommunications Technician Competent English TRA
313212 Telecommunications Field Engineer Competent English Engineers Australia
313214 Telecommunications Technical Officer or Technologist Competent English Engineers Australia
322113 Farrier Competent English TRA
322311 Metal Fabricator Competent English TRA
322313 Welder (First Class) Competent English TRA
323111 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics) Competent English TRA
323112 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical) Competent English TRA
323113 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Structures) Competent English TRA
323213 Fitter-Welder Competent English TRA
323215 Textile, Clothing and Footwear Mechanic Competent English TRA
323314 Precision Instrument Maker and Repairer Competent English TRA
323316 Watch and Clock Maker and Repairer Competent English TRA
323412 Toolmaker Competent English TRA
324211 Vehicle Body Builder Competent English TRA
324212 Vehicle Trimmer Competent English TRA
333111 Glazier Competent English TRA
333211 Fibrous Plasterer Competent English TRA
333212 Solid Plasterer Competent English TRA
333411 Wall and Floor Tiler Competent English TRA
334111 Plumber (General) Competent English TRA
334112 Airconditioning and Mechanical Services Plumber Competent English TRA
334113 Drainer Competent English TRA
334114 Gasfitter Competent English; Please contact Immigration SA before applying TRA
334115 Roof Plumber Competent English TRA
341112 Electrician (Special Class) Competent English TRA
342212 Technical Cable Jointer Competent English TRA
342314 Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General) Competent English TRA
342315 Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (Special Class) Competent English TRA
342413 Telecommunications Linesworker Competent English TRA
351211 Butcher or Smallgoods Maker Competent English; See DIBP requirement for occupation TRA
361111 Dog Handler or Trainer Competent English VETASSESS
361199 Animal Attendants and Trainers nec Competent English VETASSESS
362111 Florist Competent English TRA
362311 Greenkeeper Competent English TRA
391111 Hairdresser Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA
392111 Print Finisher Competent English TRA
392311 Printing Machinist Competent English TRA
393311 Upholsterer Competent English TRA
394211 Furniture Finisher Competent English TRA
394299 Wood Machinists and Other Wood Trades Workers nec Competent English TRA
399111 Boat Builder and Repairer Competent English TRA
399112 Shipwright Competent English TRA
399211 Chemical Plant Operator Competent English TRA
399213 Power Generation Plant Operator Competent English TRA
399312 Library Technician Competent English VETASSESS
399411 Jeweller Competent English TRA
399512 Camera Operator (Film, Television or Video) Competent English TRA
399514 Make Up Artist Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only TRA
399516 Sound Technician Competent English TRA
399599 Performing Arts Technicians nec Competent English VETASSESS
399611 Signwriter Competent English TRA
411111 Ambulance Officer Competent English VETASSESS
411112 Intensive Care Ambulance Paramedic Competent English VETASSESS
411213 Dental Technician Competent English TRA
411611 Massage Therapist Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452311 Diving Instructor (Open Water) Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452312 Gymnastics Coach or Instructor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452313 Horse Riding Coach or Instructor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452314 Snowsport Instructor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452315 Swimming Coach or Instructor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452316 Tennis Coach Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452317 Other Sports Coach or Instructor Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452321 Sports Development Officer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452411 Footballer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
452499 Sportspersons nec Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
599612 Insurance Loss Adjuster Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
611211 Insurance Agent Competent English; Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS
639211 Retail Buyer Competent English; Offshore applicants Provisional 489 visa only VETASSESS

 

 

More information on the occupation lists and their meaning is here.

Immigration SA is able to offer a limited number of nominations for the Supplementary Skilled List and special conditions apply occupations.  Planning levels apply to all occupations and availability is subject to change. 

The Supplementary Skilled List reflects all occupations available on the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) that are not available on South Australia's State Occupation List. This list of occupations has not been identified as being in shortage; they are available to limited applicants who can demonstrate employment outcomes or family links to support human capital and economic objectives of South Australia's participation in the skilled migrant program.

Please note that some occupations in this list may have certain barriers to being immediately eligible for employment.  Please research your employment opportunities thoroughly.  You may also be able to use your skills in related skilled occupations.  It is your responsibility to determine if your occupation requires further training, or if it has registration, licensing, residency or other requirements before you can work in South Australia.

 

 

 

ノーザンテリトリー NT Subclass 489とSubclass190

 

Skilled nominated visas | Australia's Northern Territory

Skilled nominated visas

Skilled Regional Nominated (Provisional) (Subclass 489) visa and Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visas

 

Do you have a skilled occupation that is in demand in Australia's Northern Territory (NT) and you would like to migrate?

If so the NT Government may be interested in nominating you to support your visa application under one of the nominated general skilled migration visa subclasses.

Please read the common questions for NT Government visa nominations.

What does nomination by the Northern Territory Government mean?

The NT Government can nominate you as a skilled migrant if you have an occupation on the NT Migration Occupation List.

The NT Government can also nominate you if your occupation is not on the NT Migration Occupation List but it is on the Australian Government's current list of eligible skilled occupations and you have:

  • skills and experience relevant to the NT
  • strong evidence of positive employment prospects in the NT either in your skilled occupation or a closely related skilled occupation
  • a demonstrated commitment to living and working in the NT or if you have been living and working in the NT for the specified period - read important information if you already live in Australia.

The NT Government nominates on the basis that you are committed to living and working in your skilled occupation or in a closely related skilled occupation in the NT.

A condition of NT Government nomination is that you look for work, live and settle for at least two years in the NT after your visa has been granted.

Eligibility

To migrate to Australia's Northern Territory (NT) under an NT Government nomination you must:

  • meet the Australian Government requirements to be granted the visa
  • be nominated by the NT Government
  • be able to meet all other Australian Government visa requirements for permanent residence including age, health and character if applicable - this includes you and any dependents included on your visa application.

The NT Government will consider your application for nomination if one of the following applies:

  • your skilled occupation is on the NT Migration Occupation List
  • you have a skilled occupation that is on the Australian Government's current list of eligible skilled occupations but not on the NT Migration Occupation List  and you provide strong evidence of good employment prospects in the NT in your skilled occupation or a closely related skilled occupation
  • you have successfully completed an eligible enrolled course - full-time and for at least two years at a college or university in the NT
  • you have a skilled occupation on the Australian Government's current list of eligible skilled occupations and you can demonstrate strong, well established family connections in the NT
  • you meet the NT residency and work requirements if you are living in Australia. Read important information if you already live in Australia.

How to apply for Northern Territory nomination

All applications must be in English. Any supporting documents that are not in English must be accompanied by a clear colour copy of the English translation.

There are some documents all applicants must provide. Whether you need to provide others will depend on your location and background.

Documents must be in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word DOC / DOCX formats attached to your email, not Cloud downloads.

All applicants

You must provide:

  • a completed online application for the Northern Territory (NT) Government Subclass 489 and 190 nomination
  • a clear colour copy of your skills assessment, from the relevant Australian skills assessment and assessing authority, for the skilled occupation you have nominated
  • a detailed current copy of your curriculum vitae or resume
  • evidence of recent employment in the occupation for which you provided an assessment
  • clear colour copies of your qualifications, technical certificates and academic transcripts
  • clear colour copies of the identity page from your passport and those of any dependent family members you have included in your application - if you are now in Australia or have previously worked or studied in Australia you need to also include evidence of your visa
  • where required, verifiable evidence of your English proficiency - the NT Government accepts all English tests approved by Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection
  • copies of documents showing strong evidence that you can be easily employed in the NT, which could include:
    • a statement describing how your skills and experience are in line with NT employer needs
    • evidence your occupation has been advertised in the NT multiple times and how your qualifications and experience match the job opening
    • feedback from potential employers
    • a letter of offer of employment from an NT employer
  • a written statement about your commitment to the NT
  • additional documents outlined below, depending on your location and history within the NT.

If you are living in the NT

You must also provide:

  • bank statements for the six month before applying that clearly show your day-to-day spending in the NT as evidence you have been living in the NT, and
  • payslips for six months from a NT employer - this is not required for applicants who have completed their eligible studies in the NT.

If you are applying from outside Australia

You must also provide:

  • verifiable evidence of full-time employment in your nominated occupation for at least 12 months out of the last 24 months or evidence that you have Australian qualifications
  • evidence that you have done detailed research into living and working in the NT to show that you have a realistic knowledge of the NT including climate, relocation costs and living expenses - parts of websites copied and pasted into your submission are not accepted.

If you are not an NT resident or NT graduate

You must also provide:

  • evidence of your financial capacity to settle in the NT including net assets
  • information about any support networks you have in the NT, as these may be considered.

The table below gives you detail on the assets you need and the summary you have to provide.

Family composition Minimum value of net assets
Individual applicant AU$35 000
Applicant and spouse AU$50 000
Applicant and spouse plus one child AU$60 000
Applicant and spouse plus two children AU$65 000

You must provide a list of all your financial assets in Australian dollars. You must provide evidence of those assets. For example, clear colour copies of bank statements, share certificates, property valuations and jewellery evaluations.

Your commitments if the Northern Territory Government nominates you

When you accept a nomination from Australia's Northern Territory (NT) Government you are agreeing to do all of the following:

  • live and work in the NT in your skilled occupation or a closely related skilled occupation for at least two years from when your visa is granted or from when you arrive in the NT
  • let the NT Government know the status of your visa application - you need to do this when your visa is granted or when you arrive
  • give your current contact details to the NT Government for a two year period
  • participate in surveys conducted by the NT Government to allow outcomes to be assessed.

If the NT Government approves your nomination application we will send you a declaration to sign and return. This is where you agree to all the obligations that are part of the nomination.

Who grants your visa

The Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection grants visas.

The Northern Territory (NT) Government does not approve or grant visas.

You should learn about visa criteria and nomination requirements for the subclass of visa you want to apply for.

For detailed visa information go to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website

How to submit your nomination application

All applications and supporting documents must be lodged through the online application

For more information or help

If you need more information or help contact MigrationNT.

 

Some occupations on this list require a specific language skill level.

For occupations marked with * on the list, where there is a mandatory licensing or registration requirement (marked with an asterisks and shaded rows in the table), the applicant will be required to demonstrate a level of English either sufficient to meet licensing / registration or a minimum IELTS 6.0 score in each band or equivalent, whichever is higher.

For occupations marked with !!, you need to have high level communication skills.

Where there are no indicators, the required level of English is at least IELTS 6 in each band or equivalent in one of the other English testing systems accepted by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

ANZSCO code Occupation Comments
141999 Accommodation and Hospitality Managers nec  
221111 Accountant (General)  
234111 Agricultural Consultant  
234112 Agricultural Scientist  
342111* Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic  
323112* Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical)  
121111 Aquaculture Farmer  
362212 Arborist  
252711* Audiologist  
321111 Automotive Electrician  
351111 Baker  
312112 Building Associate  
312113 Building Inspector  
342311* Business Machine Mechanic  
394111 Cabinetmaker  
342411* Cabler (Data and Telecommunications)  
141111 Cafe or Restaurant Manager  
331212 Carpenter  
351311 Chef  
399211 Chemical Plant Operator  
134111 Child Care Centre Manager  
411711 Community Worker  
149311 Conference and Event Organiser  
351411 Cook  
132111 Corporate Services Manager  
272199 Counsellors  
149212 Customer Services Manager  
262111 Database Administrator Offshore applicants must  provide evidence of having received an offer of employment by a NT employer in their nominated occupation or a closely related occupation
411213* Dental Technician  
321212 Diesel Motor Mechanic  
411712 Disabilities Services Officer  
272112 Drug and Alcohol Counsellor  
311412 Earth Science Technician  
341111* Electrician (General)  
342314* Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General)  
342315* Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (Special Class)  
411411* Enrolled Nurse  
221213 External Auditor  
149913 Facilities Manager  
411713 Family Support Worker  
132211 Finance Manager  
323211 Fitter (General)  
323212 Fitter and Turner  
323213 Fitter-Welder  
234113 Forester  
121213 Fruit or Nut Grower  
 

ANZSCO 361199 animal attendants and trainers (nec)

 ANZSCO 361199 animal attendants and trainers (nec) VETASSESS

ANZSCO 361199 animal attendants and trainers (nec)- STSOL 

 

UNIT GROUP 3611 ANIMAL ATTENDANTS AND TRAINERS

1220.0 - ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, First Edition, Revision 1


ANIMAL ATTENDANTS AND TRAINERS train, feed, groom and care for animals.

Indicative Skill Level:
Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with the qualifications and experience outlined below.

In Australia:

AQF Certificate III including at least two years of on-the-job training, or AQF Certificate IV (ANZSCO Skill Level 3)
In New Zealand:NZ Register Level 4 qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 3)
At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.

Registration or licensing may be required.

Tasks Include:

      • teaching animals to obey verbal and non-verbal commands and addressing behavioural problems
      • training animals to accept riders and pull vehicles
      • training animals to perform in competitions
      • bathing, cutting, combing, blow-drying and styling pets' coats, clipping their nails and cleaning their ears
      • inspecting, preparing, cleaning, disinfecting and maintaining comfortable animal cages and enclosures
      • transporting food, filling water troughs and feeding animals according to their individual needs
      • maintaining animal health records, treating minor injuries and reporting serious conditions to Veterinarians
      • exercising and playing with animals, answering visitor questions, and transferring animals between enclosures by leading or carrying them
      • dusting and spraying insecticides on animals and immersing them in insecticide baths, to control insect pests


Occupations:361111 Dog Trainer or Handler
361112 Horse Trainer
361113 Pet Groomer
361114 Zookeeper
361199 Animal Attendants and Trainers nec


361111 DOG HANDLER OR TRAINER


Teaches dogs to obey commands and undertake specific tasks.

Skill Level: 3


361112 HORSE TRAINER


Prepares horses for riding, breeding, racing, work, show or competitions. Registration or licensing may be required.

Skill Level: 3

Specialisation:

Horse Breaker


361113 PET GROOMER


Washes, dries, brushes, combs, cuts and styles pets' coats, clips their nails and cleans their ears.

Skill Level: 3


361114 ZOOKEEPER


Feeds, provides water for and monitors the health of animals in zoos, aquaria and wildlife parks, cleans, fixes and maintains animal cages, and informs visitors about animals.

Skill Level: 3

Specialisation:

Aquarist


361199 ANIMAL ATTENDANTS AND TRAINERS NEC


This occupation group covers Animal Attendants and Trainers not elsewhere classified.

Skill Level: 3

Occupations in this group include:

Crutching Contractor
Kennel Hand
Muleser

 

関連情報

http://deltaimmigration.com.au/Animal-Attendants-and-Trainers-nec/361199.htm

ANZSCO 361199: Animal Attendants and Trainers nec | Australia Skilled visa - Work in Australia

 

タスマニア州スポンサー:有(Sbuclass190, Subclass489) 2017年11月現在
南オーストラリア州スポンサー:有(Subclass489のみ、英語IELTS6以上)

南オーストラリア:Lists of State Nominated Occupations

NZSCO
Code
Occupation Additional Requirements Skills Assessment Authority
361199 Animal Attendants and Trainers nec Competent English VETASSESS

 

Listed as one of the occupations in the Supplementary Skilled List in South Australia as of 23rd of November 2017.

The Supplementary Skilled List reflects occupations available on the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) that are not available on South Australia's State Occupation List. These occupations are only available if you meet the additional requirements listed here.

This list of occupations has not been identified as being in shortage; they are available to limited applicants who can demonstrate employment outcomes or family links to support human capital and economic objectives of South Australia's participation in the skilled migrant program. The list is available to international graduates of South Australia; skilled migrants who are working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum time periods apply); have immediate family members permanently residing in South Australia who can support their settlement whilst seeking employment; or who demonstrate strong employability qualities (based on scoring very highly on the DIBP Points Test).

技術査定団体:VETASSESS

評価基準(2017年11月23日現在):

http://www.vetassess.com.au/portals/0/downloads/qualification_assessment/vetassess-general-occupation-list.pdf?vid=100  (VETASSESS職種基準一覧PDF)

https://www.vetassess.com.au/skills-assessment-for-migration/general-occupations/nominate-an-occupation (オンライン職種別基準詳細)

Animal Attendants and Trainers nec (ANZSCO Code 361199)

査定基準詳細

This occupation requires a qualification assessed as comparable to the educational level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Certificate IV, 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.

 

If the applicant holds a qualification assessed as comparable to the educational level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Certificate III in a field highly relevant to the nominated occupation, then three years of highly relevant employment completed in the last five years is required.

 

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.

 

VETASSESS

FAQs

 

Your supporting documentation does not require certification. If applying online, you'll need to upload and submit high quality colour scans of proof of identity, qualification and employment documents. If you're submitting the documents by mail, please provide high quality colour copies of the required documents along with the signed and completed application form.

As part of the assessment process, VETASSESS may contact you to clarify information in the application, and to discuss your occupational skills.

You are not required to provide evidence of English language proficiency for a skills assessment application with a nominated general professional occupation. However, for information about the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) requirements for English language proficiency, please visit the DIBP website.

List of Required Documents

All documents must be high quality colour copies of the original documents. If your documents are not in English, you must submit copies of the original documents as well as the English translations made by a registered translation service.

Expand All

1. Application Fee

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.

2. Photograph

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).

3. Proof of identity

As proof of your identity, we require your passport biopage showing your name, photo and date of birth. If you do not have a passport, you will need to provide your full Birth Certificate.

4. Change of name

If applicable, evidence of name change must be provided to address any naming inconsistencies in the documents submitted. This is to support your identity.

5. Qualification evidence

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.

Award Certificate: 
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. 

Academic Transcript:
Provide us with your complete academic transcript. Transcripts are the official records from the institution outlining the courses / units of study as well as the final grades achieved as part of your academic qualification. If you attended a college affiliated to the awarding institution, the academic transcripts must be issued by the awarding institution permitted to award the qualifications.

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.

6. Employment evidence

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:

View Statement of Service template.

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:

  1. a)   The company letterhead
  2. b)   Your full name
  3. c)   The working hours per week
  4. d)   Your official position title (s) held at the organisation
  5. e)   The exact period of your employment in each position held
  6. f)   Description of your main duties for each position held
  7. g)   The salary earned
  8. 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:

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
  • Employment-linked insurance / superannuation records (bearing company and applicant name).

Sole Practitioner / Self-employed:

View Employment Reference for Self-Employment template.

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.

As sole trader, you are required to provide as much official and verifiable evidence as possible. This can include evidence of business activity statements, client testimonials, client invoices, bank statements showing regular income, official taxation evidence and your business registration details. Please note that testimonials should indicate as much information regarding your primary tasks and responsibilities in order to assist the skills assessment.

Organisational Chart:

View List of Managerial Occupations requiring Organisational Chart.

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:

View Statutory Declaration / Affidavit template.

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.

7. Resume / curriculum vitae

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 employment / career history in your own words.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

ANZSCO 41161 massage therapist 411611 VETASSESS / STSOL 233

ANZSCO 411611 Massage Therapist - STSOL 

Migration (IMMI 17/072: Specification of Occupations and Assessing Authorities) Instrument 2017

233

massage therapist

411611

VETASSESS


UNIT GROUP 4116 MASSAGE THERAPISTS

1220.0 - ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, First Edition, Revision 1


MASSAGE THERAPISTS perform therapeutic massage and administer body treatments for health, fitness and remedial purposes.

Indicative Skill Level:
Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with the qualifications and experience outlined below.

In Australia:

AQF Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma or Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)
In New Zealand:NZ Register Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)
At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.

Tasks Include:

      • massaging the soft tissues of the body, such as muscles, tendons and ligaments, to assist healing
      • utilising a range of massage techniques to enhance sports performance and prevent injury
      • administering treatments to promote relaxation, improve circulation and relieve muscle tension
      • assessing and treating specific soft tissue dysfunction and providing rehabilitation advice
      • employing other techniques, such as acupressure or Shiatsu, and complementary aids, such as infra-red lamps, wet compresses, ice, essential oils and herbal and mineral therapies, to assist recovery
      • assessing client's physical condition and case history and advising on stretching exercises and relaxation techniques


Occupation:411611 Massage Therapist


411611 MASSAGE THERAPIST


Performs therapeutic massage and administers body treatments for relaxation, health, fitness and remedial purposes.

Skill Level: 2

Specialisations:

Chinese (Tui-Na) Masseur 
Remedial Masseur 
Shiatsu Therapist 
Sports Medicine Masseur

関連情報

Massage Therapist Immigration to Australia PR Visa

https://www.anzscosearch.com/411611

 

学校情報:マッサージコース一覧

タスマニア州スポンサー:有(Sbuclass190, Subclass489) 2017年11月現在
南オーストラリア州スポンサー:有(Subclass489のみ、英語IELTS6以上)

南オーストラリア:Lists of State Nominated Occupations

ANZSCO
Code
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.

The Supplementary Skilled List reflects occupations available on the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) that are not available on South Australia's State Occupation List. These occupations are only available if you meet the additional requirements listed here.

This list of occupations has not been identified as being in shortage; they are available to limited applicants who can demonstrate employment outcomes or family links to support human capital and economic objectives of South Australia's participation in the skilled migrant program. The list is available to international graduates of South Australia; skilled migrants who are working in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum time periods apply); have immediate family members permanently residing in South Australia who can support their settlement whilst seeking employment; or who demonstrate strong employability qualities (based on scoring very highly on the DIBP Points Test).

技術査定団体:VETASSESS

評価基準(2017年11月23日現在):

http://www.vetassess.com.au/portals/0/downloads/qualification_assessment/vetassess-general-occupation-list.pdf?vid=100  (VETASSESS職種基準一覧PDF)

https://www.vetassess.com.au/skills-assessment-for-migration/general-occupations/nominate-an-occupation (オンライン職種別基準詳細)

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
コース修了後、週20時間以上の就業経験1年以上(過去5年以内)

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.

 

VETASSESS

FAQs

Your supporting documentation does not require certification. If applying online, you'll need to upload and submit high quality colour scans of proof of identity, qualification and employment documents. If you're submitting the documents by mail, please provide high quality colour copies of the required documents along with the signed and completed application form.

As part of the assessment process, VETASSESS may contact you to clarify information in the application, and to discuss your occupational skills.

You are not required to provide evidence of English language proficiency for a skills assessment application with a nominated general professional occupation. However, for information about the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) requirements for English language proficiency, please visit the DIBP website.

List of Required Documents

All documents must be high quality colour copies of the original documents. If your documents are not in English, you must submit copies of the original documents as well as the English translations made by a registered translation service.

Expand All

1. Application Fee

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.

2. Photograph

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).

3. Proof of identity

As proof of your identity, we require your passport biopage showing your name, photo and date of birth. If you do not have a passport, you will need to provide your full Birth Certificate.

4. Change of name

If applicable, evidence of name change must be provided to address any naming inconsistencies in the documents submitted. This is to support your identity.

5. Qualification evidence

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.

Award Certificate: 
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. 

Academic Transcript:
Provide us with your complete academic transcript. Transcripts are the official records from the institution outlining the courses / units of study as well as the final grades achieved as part of your academic qualification. If you attended a college affiliated to the awarding institution, the academic transcripts must be issued by the awarding institution permitted to award the qualifications.

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.

6. Employment evidence

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:

View Statement of Service template.

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:

  1. a)   The company letterhead
  2. b)   Your full name
  3. c)   The working hours per week
  4. d)   Your official position title (s) held at the organisation
  5. e)   The exact period of your employment in each position held
  6. f)   Description of your main duties for each position held
  7. g)   The salary earned
  8. 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:

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
  • Employment-linked insurance / superannuation records (bearing company and applicant name).

Sole Practitioner / Self-employed:

View Employment Reference for Self-Employment template.

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.

As sole trader, you are required to provide as much official and verifiable evidence as possible. This can include evidence of business activity statements, client testimonials, client invoices, bank statements showing regular income, official taxation evidence and your business registration details. Please note that testimonials should indicate as much information regarding your primary tasks and responsibilities in order to assist the skills assessment.

Organisational Chart:

View List of Managerial Occupations requiring Organisational Chart.

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:

View Statutory Declaration / Affidavit template.

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.

7. Resume / curriculum vitae

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 employment / career history in your own words.

 

学校情報:マッサージコース一覧

 

Subclass 489 - Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa - Tasmania タスマニア

Tasmania

Subclass 489 - Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa

Subclass 489 - Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa - Migration Tasmania

Overview

The Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) is a provisional visa for skilled workers which allows you to live and work in Tasmania for up to four years.

このビザは4年間までタスマニア州に住み、仕事をすることができる一時滞在用ビザ

となります。2年間、タスマニア州に住み、少なくともフルタイムで1年以上就労(週35時間以上)することで、永住ビザとなるSkilled Regional Visa(Subclass887)への申請が申請権利が発生する可能性が生じます。

州からのノミネーションを受けることで、このビザの申請のためのポイント計算に10ポイントが加えられます。

How to apply

州からのノミネーションとビザ申請とは2つの別のプロセスとなります。

タスマニア政府が州スポンサーの審査を行い、実際のビザの審査はDIBP(移民省)が行います。通常、州ノミネーションは2−8週がかかります。

詳細は以下のリンクをご参照ください。 Please also refer to the Global visa and citizenship processing times by DIBP.

The process

Step

01

Eligibility

申請条件

To be eligible to apply for state nomination, you must meet the following requirements set out by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). You must have:

Go to the DIBP website for more detailed information on these requirements as well as other relevant requirements. Please note that you also need to meet the Tasmanian Government nomination requirements to be eligible for state sponsorship.

 

 

 

Step

02

Requirements

If you are nominated by the Tasmanian Government for this visa you must commit to living in Tasmania for two years after your visa has been granted.

You must also meet any one of the following minimum requirements:

 

Category 1 – Tasmanian graduate

 

To be considered for this category, you must meet the following criteria:

  • completed and graduated from a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania. The course undertaken:
    • must be either a degree (a bachelor or any higher degree), a diploma, an advanced diploma, or a trade qualification (minimum Cert III level for a skilled occupation in Major Group 3 in ANZSCO)
    • must have a minimum duration of one academic year (40 weeks)
    • must be full time and on site in Tasmania.
  • currently in Tasmania and lived in the state for at least 12 months during your period of study (evidence needs to be provided. See 'Document Checklist – Currently in Tasmania' for more details)
    就学ルールが来年1月に変更されますがSubclass489に関しては現状維持、Subclass190は2年間することが必要となる変更予定。詳細以下のリンクをご参照ください。

NOTE: From 1 January 2018, the above requirements are due to change. More info

OR

 

 

Category 2 – Working in Tasmania

 

To be considered for this category you must meet the following criteria:

  • working in Tasmania for three months immediately prior to your application for state nomination. You do not have to be working in your nominated occupation
  • at least 35 hours per week in one full-time job or in two or more part-time jobs
  • able to provide evidence of your employment claims (see Document Checklist – Employment for more details)
  • employment fills a genuine skill shortage in Tasmania

The employer you are employed with must have been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months. The employer must also provide evidence that no local person was able to fill the position. (See 'Document Checklist - Employment' for evidence your employer would have to provide that you would need to submit together with your application for state nomination).

OR

 

 

Category 3A – Overseas applicant (TSOL)

 

To be considered for this category you must be living overseas and meet the following criteria:

  • nominated occupation is listed on the Tasmanian Skilled Occupations List (TSOL)
  • you, or any of your dependants have not lived in another Australian state or territory within the last twelve months
  • achieved at least ‘Proficient English’ in a recognised English language test or hold a passport of the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada or New Zealand
  • researched the Tasmanian labour market and provide evidence (see Document Checklist - Employability) that there are sufficient employment opportunities (at least five and not more than eight opportunities) in your nominated occupation in Tasmania and that you have:
    • skills and recent experience relevant to the researched employment opportunities
    • skills and experience relevant to the Tasmanian economy
    • access to sufficient financial assets to fund your migration and settlement in Tasmania while you seek employment

If your application is one of ‘high calibre’, and the Tasmanian Government is satisfied that you will be able to secure employment with ease due to your skills and previous work experience, you may be invited to apply for the Subclass 190 - Skilled Nominated visa. Each application is assessed on a case-by-case basis and factors which would be considered to determine ‘high calibre’ applications includes, but not limited to, points claimed, English language competency, financial assets available for migration, evidence of interest from Tasmanian employers to employ you, level of skill shortage for your nominated occupation in Tasmania, and skills of dependants.

*On arrival in Tasmania, you need to be realistic about employment expectations as it can take up to three months to secure employment. The time it takes to gain employment will depend on several factors including the time of the year, skills, experience, employer requirements and your level of English language ability.  You will compete for employment vacancies with all people in the labour market as part of a normal selection process. You should ensure that you have sufficient financials available to support yourself and your family during this time.

OR

 

 

Category 3B – Overseas applicant (Job offer)

 

To be considered for this category you must be living overseas and meet the following criteria:

 

  • received a formal job offer for a job that is based in Tasmania that is in-line with your nominated occupation
  • you, or any of your dependents have not lived in another Australian state or territory within the last twelve months
  • the employer offering you employment must have been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months
  • there needs to be a genuine need for your position within the business. This may be satisfied if there is:
    • an existing, current and genuine need for your position within the business
    • an ongoing need for your position and the capacity for the business to sustain the nominated position.

 

 

 

OR

 

Category 4 – Family in Tasmania

 

To be considered for this category you must have a family member who:

  • is an Australian permanent resident or an Australian citizen
  • has lived as a permanent resident or an Australian citizen in Tasmania for 12 months or more
  • is your parent, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, first cousin or grandparent
  • agrees to support you when you arrive in Tasmania and assist you in the process of gaining employment in Tasmania.

OR

 

 

 

Category 5 – Small business owner

 

To be considered for this category you need to have a genuine intention to establish a business in Tasmania. This cannot be the establishment of a franchise nor purchase of an existing business, either part or whole, in Tasmania.

You would need to:

  • submit a comprehensive business plan with your application
  • strongly demonstrate your past business or management experience in an industry at least closely related to your proposed business
  • provide evidence that you have substantial financial capacity to operate your business in Tasmania.

Information about establishing a business in Tasmania can be found on the Business Tasmania website.


Disclaimer

Please note that meeting any of the abovementioned nomination requirements does not guarantee that your application will be successful.

Every application for visa nomination goes through a highly competitive process and is assessed individually with a focus on your ability to address a number of assessment criteria, including:

  • the availability of nomination places
  • your ability to meet the minimum requirements
  • the demand for your particular skills and expertise, and your ability to find work in Tasmania
  • the suitability and transferability of your qualifications, skills and experience – including any specialist capabilities - to the needs of Tasmania’s labour market
  • your ability and commitment to establishing yourself, and any dependants, in Tasmania with a view to your prospects for long-term settlement in the state
  • number of points claimed in the DIBP points test
  • level of English language competency
  • genuineness and accuracy of claims put forward in your application

Step

03

Expression of interest

Lodge an Expression of Interest (EOI) to register your interest in skilled migration with DIBP through SkillSelect. The EOI is not a visa application and is only an indication that you will like to be considered for a skilled visa.

An EOI needs to be lodged through SkillSelect which is the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)’s way of managing who can apply for visas, when they can apply, and how many people can apply at one time. Only those who are invited by DIBP can proceed with applying for a visa.

Once you have lodged an EOI with DIBP using SkillSelect, you can apply for a Tasmanian Government state nomination through this website.

Find out more information on the EOI and SkillSelect.

Step

04

Document checklist

Ensure you have all the required documents prepared before you apply. This may differ depending on which nomination category you fall under. Also ensure you have prepared the documents required to continue your application with DIBP after state nomination.

Document checklist

Please ensure that you have all the required documentation. During your state nomination application process, you will be prompted to attach the following documents to lodge your application. You may also be contacted to produce additional documents while your application is being assessed. Please note that incomplete applications without the appropriate documentation may be refused even if you meet the nomination requirements.

 

SkillSelect EOI

 

Attach a copy of the Expression of Interest (EOI) record of response, which is issued to you once an EOI has been successfully lodged. The record of response details the personal, education, English and employment details as submitted by you.

If you intend to apply for state nomination, Tasmania must be selected as your preferred location on the EOI. If you select ‘any’ or express interest in living in another state or territory will not meet the criteria to be considered for state nomination in Tasmania.

Skilled occupation

 

Attach a copy of a current skill assessment in the nominated occupation.

Declaration of nomination obligations

 

If you are using a migration agent, you must attach the signed and witnessed declaration that you accept Tasmania’s nomination obligations. You will be prompted to download and complete the form during the application process.

If you are not using a migration agent, you can confirm that you acknowledge and accept Tasmania’s nomination obligations while completing the online application.

English

 

If you do not hold a passport issued by the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, United States of America, or Republic of Ireland attach a current English language proficiency test result (dated within the last three years).

 

Commitment to Tasmania statement

 

If you have been living in Tasmania for the past 12 months, explain in your own words in no more than two pages, what you love about living in Tasmania and why you want to continue living in the state for at least two more years following the granting of a visa.

If you are not currently living in Tasmania or recently moved, explain in your own words in no more than two pages, why you want to live in Tasmania for at least two years from date of permanent arrival.

In writing the Commitment to Tasmania statement, you should take into account the following points:

  • why Tasmania’s lifestyle suits your way of life more than any other city in Australia
  • include evidence that you have personally researched Tasmania’s lifestyle and attractions
  • avoid using statements that are obviously copied from other sources (and not written in your own words)
  • if your spouse / partner (if applicable) intend to work, include evidence that they have also researched employment opportunities in Tasmania and are satisfied that they will be successful in attaining employment
  • if you have studied or lived in another Australian state or territory within the last 12 months indicate why you want to move away to Tasmania instead
  • if your spouse / partner or any dependents have studied or lived in another Australian state or territory within the last 12 months indicate whether they will be moving with you to the state, and if not, why not.

 

Personal information

 

Attach a copy of your passport. This must be current (valid for travel purposes) and show your personal details and any pages showing Australian visas.

Attach a copy of your current visa grant notification. For bridging visa holders, attach a copy of the visa grant notification for the last substantive visa you held.

Attach a copy of your spouse / de facto partner’s passport (if applicable).

If you are using a migration agent, attach a completed and signed form 956 Advice by a migration agent / exempt person of providing immigration assistance.

 

Employment

 

If you have received an offer of employment attach evidence of this offer – such as an employment contract or a formal letter of employment.

If you are currently employed, attach evidence of employment. This must include a copy of your employment contract and your most recent two payslips (if applicable).

If you are applying under Category 2 – job offer for the subclass 489 visa, there are additional documents that you would need to submit together with your application. Your employer would need to provide the proof of domestic recruitment efforts. The following need to be included together with your application:

  • evidence that your employer has made a genuine effort to recruit locals (Australian citizens/permanent residents) but were unsuccessful, for example include copies of the advertisements your employer has posted in on-line sources, University of Tasmania Career hub, Tasmanian vocational institutions, Jobactive, local newspapers and from social media
  • a selection report including information on applications received and why no local applicants were suitable for the position as well as details and expenses of any advertising the employer conducted. If this evidence does not accompany your nomination application or is insufficient, it will be refused. Click here for template.

Employability

 

If you are an overseas applicant with no employment in Tasmania (Category 3A), attach evidence that are, currently, sufficient employment opportunities in your nominated occupation that are relevant to your skill set and recent experience. The evidence must include:

  • Personal research into recent advertised positions relevant to the nominated occupation (a minimum of five vacancies and not more than eight. You must provide a copy of the full advertisement (saved as a .pdf):
    • It is essential that the date of the job advertisement as well as the location of the job are clearly displayed
    • Web links alone are not acceptable and, if provided without the accompanying advertisement, will result in the criterion not being met
  • An employment statement for each advertisement. You must explain how your qualifications, knowledge and experience relate to and meet the requirements for each of the job advertisements.

Please note:

  • You must be able to demonstrate that you have the relevant qualifications, skill set and work experience etc. to meet the criteria of the advertised position; for example if the position requires:
    • a certain number of years relevant work experience: you must have that experience
    • a minimum qualification: you must hold that qualification
    • Australian work experience: you must have that experience
  • Job advertisements must be recent. Advertisements must be dated no more than six weeks before submission of the application
  • Job advertisements must be relevant to the nominated occupation; for example:
    • if the nominated occupation is a Real Estate Agent we will not accept jobs for Property Manager
    • if the nominated occupation is HR Advisor we will not accept jobs for recruitment consultants
    • if the nominated occupation is for a manager, we will not accept assistant, support or junior positions

Australian qualifications

 

If you are a Tasmanian Graduate (Category 1) and have completed a CRICOS course at a Tasmanian tertiary institution, attach evidence of your educational qualifications, academic transcript and a completion letter from the institution.

 

Work experience

 

Attach your Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume which clearly states personal details, educational qualifications and work experience to date.

For overseas applicants with no employment offers, it must be clear that you have enough recent experience in your nominated occupation to be employable in Tasmania.

Financial capacity

 

If you are not currently living in Tasmania, attach your signed Declaration of Financial Capacity to show that you have access to sufficient financial resources to fund your migration to Australia (click here for the form). Your signature on the Declaration of Financial Capacity must be witnessed by an authorised person.

You must have access to funds to support your settlement while you are securing employment in Tasmania. If you have not already secured employment in Tasmania. you need to be realistic about employment expectations once you arrive in the state as it can take up to three months or longer to secure employment. This timeframe is only indicative, as the employment market fluctuates at different times of the year. Your ability to secure employment quickly will depend on your research of the Tasmanian labour market and the relevance of your skill set and experience to the market.  

You are not required to provide documentary evidence to support your financial position with your application. However, you must be able to provide such documents if requested by your case officer.

Family relationships

 

If you are applying under the ‘Family in Tasmania’ category, attach:

  • statutory declaration of family member (click HERE for the form)    
  • letter of support from your Tasmanian relative
  • passport and / or birth certificates which evidence the nature of the relationship
  • evidence that they have resided in Tasmania for at least the last 12 months, which may include a residential agreement, utility bills, or bank statements of everyday transactions in Tasmania the past 12 months
  • evidence of their Australian residency / citizenship.

If you have family living in other parts of Australia, attach a statement explaining why you have chosen to live in Tasmania and not with them in their state / territory.

Settlement statement

If you are applying under Category 3A – Overseas Applicant, you would need to provide a statement showing that you have researched the cost of living in Tasmania and that you have a sound understanding of the settlement costs involved while you seek employment.

If you are using a migration agent you must attach a settlement statement that includes:

  • Evidence of research into the cost of living in Tasmania, including rent, food, transport and entertainment.
  • Estimated cost of relocation to Tasmania in Australian Dollars, including but not limited to: flights; freight; and initial accommodation.
  • Estimated cost of living in Tasmania for you and any dependants, in Australian Dollars.

If you are not using a migration agent, the settlement research is included as part of the online application.

Nomination by another Australian state / territory

 

If you have currently or previously applied to another Australian state or territory for nomination of a skilled migration visa, you must attach a statement explaining why you are now applying for state nomination with Tasmania.

Currently in Tasmania

 

If you are not an overseas applicant attach bank statements to demonstrate that you are currently living in Tasmania. The statements must show activity such as ATM withdrawals and evidence of income or shopping expenditure. A residential agreement will also be sufficient.

Also provide evidence that your dependants are living in Tasmania such as a copy of a driver’s licence, proof of employment or bank statements.  

Small business owner

If you are applying for state nomination as a small business owner, attach a comprehensive business plan together with your application. Details on how to draft a business plan can be found on the Business Tasmania website. Include in your business plan how your previous experience in the relevant industry will help you conduct the business in Tasmania

Step

05

Apply for nomination

Apply for nomination from the Tasmanian Government through this website. Application processing times are currently two to eight weeks depending on the quality of your application. You will receive an outcome noting whether your state nomination application is approved or declined. State nomination does not mean your visa has been approved. This can only be done by DIBP.

Step

06

Apply for visa

If the Tasmanian Government approves your nomination, you will receive a notification of outcome and an invitation to apply for your visa through Skillselect. You will then be able to apply for your visa with DIBP. Information on current visa processing times can be found on the DIBP website.

Step

07

Maintain obligations

If you have been granted a visa, ensure that you maintain your obligations to the Tasmanian Government. This includes notification of your visa grant and when you arrive in Tasmania, updating contact details, completion of surveys, and fulfilling commitment to live and work in Tasmania for two years.

2017 July MLTSSL and STSOL for Subclass189 Subclass485 Subclass190, 489

 

(1)  This instrument is the       Migration (IMMI 17/072: Specification of Occupations and Assessing Authorities) Instrument 2017.

             (2)    This instrument may be cited as IMMI 17/072.

This section applies to a class of persons mentioned in column 1 of an item of the following table:

 

Classes of persons

Item

Column 1

Classes of persons

Column 2

Applicable lists (see subsection (2))

1

(a) persons who are issued an invitation on or after 1 July 2017 to make an application for a Subclass 189 (Skilled—Independent) visa; and

(b) persons who are issued an invitation on or after 1 July 2017 to make an application for a Subclass 489 (Skilled—Regional (Provisional)) visa and who are not nominated by a State or Territory government agency; and

(c) spouses or de facto partners of persons mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b)

Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List

2

persons who apply on or after 1 July 2017 for a Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate) visa

Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List

3

(a) persons who:

(i) are nominated by a State or Territory government agency; and

(ii) are issued an invitation on or after 1 July 2017 to make an application for a Subclass 190 (Skilled—Nominated) visa or Subclass 489 (Skilled—Regional (Provisional)) visa; and

(b) spouses or de facto partners of persons to whom paragraph (a) applies; and

(c) persons who:

(i) are the spouses or de facto partners of persons who are nominated by a State or Territory government agency; and

(ii) are issued an invitation on or after 1 July 2017 to make an application for a Subclass 190 (Skilled—Nominated) visa or Subclass 489 (Skilled—Regional (Provisional)) visa

(a) Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List; and

(b) Short‑term Skilled Occupation List

Meaning of applicable list

Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) :178 職種

Short‑term Skilled Occupation List STSOL: 253 職種

Migration (IMMI 17/072: Specification of Occupations and Assessing Authorities) Instrument 2017

      7  Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List

             (1)  The following table is the Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List.

 

Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List

Item

Column 1

Occupation

Column 2

ANZSCO code

Column 3

Assessing authority

Column 4

Specified for only certain classes (see subsection (2))

1

construction project manager

133111

VETASSESS

 

2

project builder

133112

VETASSESS

Y

3

engineering manager

133211

(a) Engineers Australia; or

(b) AIM

 

4

child care centre manager

134111

TRA

 

5

medical administrator

134211

VETASSESS

Y

6

nursing clinical director

134212

ANMAC

 

7

primary health organisation manager

134213

VETASSESS

 

8

welfare centre manager

134214

ACWA

 

9

accountant (general)

221111

(a) CPAA; or

(b) ICAA; or

(c) IPA

 

10

management accountant

221112

(a) CPAA; or

(b) IPA; or

(c) CAANZ

 

11

taxation accountant

221113

(a) CPAA; or

(b) IPA; or

(c) CAANZ

 

12

external auditor

221213

(a) CPAA; or

(b) IPA; or

(c) CAANZ

 

13

internal auditor

221214

VETASSESS

 

14

actuary

224111

VETASSESS

 

15

land economist

224511

VETASSESS

 

16

valuer

224512

VETASSESS

 

17

architect

232111

AACA

 

18

landscape architect

232112

VETASSESS

 

19

surveyor

232212

SSSI

 

20

cartographer

232213

VETASSESS

 

21

other spatial scientist

232214

VETASSESS

 

22

chemical engineer

233111

Engineers Australia

 

23

materials engineer

233112

Engineers Australia

 

24

civil engineer

233211

Engineers Australia

 

25

geotechnical engineer

233212

Engineers Australia

 

26

quantity surveyor

233213

AIQS

 

27

structural engineer

233214

Engineers Australia

 

28

transport engineer

233215

Engineers Australia

 

29

electrical engineer

233311

Engineers Australia

 

30

electronics engineer

233411

Engineers Australia

 

31

industrial engineer

233511

Engineers Australia

 

32

mechanical engineer

233512

Engineers Australia

 

33

production or plant engineer

233513

Engineers Australia

 

34

aeronautical engineer

233911

Engineers Australia

 

35

agricultural engineer

233912

Engineers Australia

 

36

biomedical engineer

233913

Engineers Australia

 

37

engineering technologist

233914

Engineers Australia

 

38

environmental engineer

233915

Engineers Australia

 

39

naval architect

233916

Engineers Australia

 

40

agricultural consultant

234111

VETASSESS

 

41

agricultural scientist

234112

VETASSESS

 

42

forester

234113

VETASSESS

 

43

medical laboratory scientist

234611

AIMS

 

44

veterinarian

234711

AVBC

 

45

physicist (medical physicist only)

234914

ACPSEM

 

46

early childhood (pre‑primary school) teacher

241111

AITSL

 

47

secondary school teacher

241411

AITSL

 

48

special needs teacher

241511

AITSL

 

49

teacher of the hearing impaired

241512

AITSL

 

50

teacher of the sight impaired

241513

AITSL

 

51

special education teachers (nec)

241599

AITSL

 

52

medical diagnostic radiographer

251211

ASMIRT

 

53

medical radiation therapist

251212

ASMIRT

 

54

nuclear medicine technologist

251213

ANZSNM

 

55

sonographer

251214

ASMIRT

 

56

optometrist

251411

OCANZ

 

57

orthotist or prosthetist

251912

AOPA

 

58

chiropractor

252111

CCEA

 

59

osteopath

252112

AOAC

 

60

occupational therapist

252411

OTC

 

61

physiotherapist

252511

APC

 

62

podiatrist

252611

(a) APodA; or

(b) ANZPAC

 

63

audiologist

252711

VETASSESS

 

64

speech pathologist

252712

SPA

 

65

general practitioner

253111

MedBA

 

66

specialist physician (general medicine)

253311

MedBA

 

67

cardiologist

253312

MedBA

 

68

clinical haematologist

253313

MedBA

 

69

medical oncologist

253314

MedBA

 

70

endocrinologist

253315

MedBA

 

71

gastroenterologist

253316

MedBA

 

72

intensive care specialist

253317

MedBA

 

73

neurologist

253318

MedBA

 

74

paediatrician

253321

MedBA

 

75

renal medicine specialist

253322

MedBA

 

76

rheumatologist

253323

MedBA

 

77

thoracic medicine specialist

253324

MedBA

 

78

specialist physicians (nec)

253399

MedBA

 

79

psychiatrist

253411

MedBA

 

80

surgeon (general)

253511

MedBA

 

81

cardiothoracic surgeon

253512

MedBA

 

82

neurosurgeon

253513

MedBA

 

83

orthopaedic surgeon

253514

MedBA

 

84

otorhinolaryngologist

253515

MedBA

 

85

paediatric surgeon

253516

MedBA

 

86

plastic and reconstructive surgeon

253517

MedBA

 

87

urologist

253518

MedBA

 

88

vascular surgeon

253521

MedBA

 

89

dermatologist

253911

MedBA

 

90

emergency medicine specialist

253912

MedBA

 

91

obstetrician and gynaecologist

253913

MedBA

 

92

ophthalmologist

253914

MedBA

 

93

pathologist

253915

MedBA

 

94

diagnostic and interventional radiologist

253917

MedBA

 

95

radiation oncologist

253918

MedBA

 

96

medical practitioners (nec)

253999

MedBA

 

97

midwife

254111

ANMAC

 

98

nurse practitioner

254411

ANMAC

 

99

registered nurse (aged care)

254412

ANMAC

 

100

registered nurse (child and family health)

254413

ANMAC

 

101

registered nurse (community health)

254414

ANMAC

 

102

registered nurse (critical care and emergency)

254415

ANMAC

 

103

registered nurse (developmental disability)

254416

ANMAC

 

104

registered nurse (disability and rehabilitation)

254417

ANMAC

 

105

registered nurse (medical)

254418

ANMAC

 

106

registered nurse (medical practice)

254421

ANMAC

 

107

registered nurse (mental health)

254422

ANMAC

 

108

registered nurse (perioperative)

254423

ANMAC

 

109

registered nurse (surgical)

254424

ANMAC

 

110

registered nurse (paediatrics)

254425

ANMAC

 

111

registered nurses (nec)

254499

ANMAC

 

112

ICT business analyst

261111

ACS

 

113

systems analyst

261112

ACS

 

114

analyst programmer

261311

ACS

 

115

developer programmer

261312

ACS

 

116

software engineer

261313

ACS

 

117

ICT security specialist

262112

ACS

 

118

computer network and systems engineer

263111

ACS

 

119

telecommunications engineer

263311

Engineers Australia

 

120

telecommunications network engineer

263312

Engineers Australia

 

121

barrister

271111

a legal admissions authority of a State or Territory

 

122

solicitor

271311

a legal admissions authority of a State or Territory

 

123

clinical psychologist

272311

APS

 

124

educational psychologist

272312

APS

 

125

organisational psychologist

272313

APS

 

126

psychologists (nec)

272399

APS

 

127

social worker

272511

AASW

 

128

civil engineering draftsperson

312211

(a) Engineers Australia; or

(b) VETASSESS

 

129

civil engineering technician

312212

VETASSESS

 

130

electrical engineering draftsperson

312311

Engineers Australia

 

131

electrical engineering technician

312312

TRA

 

132

radio communications technician

313211

TRA

 

133

telecommunications field engineer

313212

Engineers Australia

 

134

telecommunications network planner

313213

Engineers Australia

Y

135

telecommunications technical officer or technologist

313214

Engineers Australia

 

136

automotive electrician

321111

TRA

 

137

motor mechanic (general)

321211

TRA

 

138

diesel motor mechanic

321212

TRA

 

139

motorcycle mechanic

321213

TRA

 

140

small engine mechanic

321214

TRA

 

141

sheetmetal trades worker

322211

TRA

 

142

metal fabricator

322311

TRA

 

143

pressure welder

322312

TRA

Y

144

welder (first class)

322313

TRA

 

145

fitter (general)

323211

TRA

 

146

fitter and turner

323212

TRA

 

147

fitter‑welder

323213

TRA

 

148

metal machinist (first class)

323214

TRA

 

149

locksmith

323313

TRA

 

150

panelbeater

324111

TRA

 

151

bricklayer

331111

TRA

 

152

stonemason

331112

TRA

 

153

carpenter and joiner

331211

TRA

 

154

carpenter

331212

TRA

 

155

joiner

331213

TRA

 

156

painting trades worker

332211

TRA

 

157

glazier

333111

TRA

 

158

fibrous plasterer

333211

TRA

 

159

solid plasterer

333212

TRA

 

160

wall and floor tiler

333411

TRA

 

161

plumber (general)

334111

TRA

 

162

airconditioning and mechanical services plumber

334112

TRA

 

163

drainer

334113

TRA

 

164

gasfitter

334114

TRA

 

165

roof plumber

334115

TRA

 

166

electrician (general)

341111

TRA

 

167

electrician (special class)

341112

TRA

 

168

lift mechanic

341113

TRA

 

169

airconditioning and refrigeration mechanic

342111

TRA

 

170

electrical linesworker

342211

TRA

Y

171

technical cable jointer

342212

TRA

 

172

electronic equipment trades worker

342313

TRA

 

173

electronic instrument trades worker (general)

342314

TRA

 

174

electronic instrument trades worker (special class)

342315

TRA

 

175

chef

351311

TRA

 

176

cabinetmaker

394111

TRA

 

177

boat builder and repairer

399111

TRA

 

178

shipwright

399112

TRA

 

Note 1:       Column 2 is included for information only.

Note 2:       For the meaning of the expressions in column 3, see section 9.

             (2)  For the purposes of subsection 6(3) of this instrument, if column 4 of an item of the Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List is marked “Y”, that item only applies in relation to the classes of persons mentioned in items 1 and 2 of the table in subsection 6(1).

Note:          Those items relate to applications for:

(a)    Subclass 189 (Skilled—Independent) visas; and

(b)    Subclass 489 (Skilled—Regional (Provisional)) visas by applicants who are not nominated by a State or Territory government agency; and

(c)    Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate) visas.

      8  Short‑term Skilled Occupation List

             (1)  The following table is the Short‑term Skilled Occupation List.

 

Short‑term Skilled Occupation List

Item

Column 1

Occupation

Column 2

ANZSCO code

Column 3

Assessing authority

Column 4

Specified for only certain classes (see subsection (2))

1

aquaculture farmer

121111

VETASSESS

Y

2

cotton grower

121211

VETASSESS

Y

3

flower grower

121212

VETASSESS

Y

4

fruit or nut grower

121213

VETASSESS

Y

5

grain, oilseed or pasture grower (Aus) / field crop grower (NZ)

121214

VETASSESS

Y

6

grape grower

121215

VETASSESS

Y

7

mixed crop farmer

121216

VETASSESS

Y

8

sugar cane grower

121217

VETASSESS

Y

9

vegetable grower (Aus) / market gardener (NZ)

121221

VETASSESS

Y

10

crop farmers (nec)

121299

VETASSESS

Y

11

apiarist

121311

VETASSESS

Y

12

beef cattle farmer

121312

VETASSESS

Y

13

dairy cattle farmer

121313

VETASSESS

Y

14

horse breeder

121316

VETASSESS

Y

15

mixed livestock farmer

121317

VETASSESS

Y

16

pig farmer

121318

VETASSESS

Y

17

poultry farmer

121321

VETASSESS

Y

18

sheep farmer

121322

VETASSESS

Y

19

livestock farmers (nec)

121399

VETASSESS

Y

20

mixed crop and livestock farmer

121411

VETASSESS

Y

21

sales and marketing manager

131112

AIM

 

22

advertising manager

131113

AIM

 

23

corporate services manager

132111

VETASSESS

 

24

finance manager

132211

(a) CPAA; or

(b) IPA; or

(c) CAANZ

 

25

human resource manager

132311

AIM

 

26

research and development manager

132511

VETASSESS

 

27

manufacturer

133411

VETASSESS

 

28

production manager (forestry)

133511

VETASSESS

Y

29

production manager (manufacturing)

133512

VETASSESS

 

30

production manager (mining)

133513

VETASSESS

 

31

supply and distribution manager

133611

AIM

 

32

health and welfare services managers (nec)

134299

VETASSESS

 

33

school principal

134311

VETASSESS

 

34

education managers (nec)

134499

VETASSESS

 

35

ICT project manager

135112

ACS

 

36

ICT managers (nec)

135199

ACS

 

37

arts administrator or manager

139911

VETASSESS

 

38

laboratory manager

139913

VETASSESS

 

39

quality assurance manager

139914

VETASSESS

 

40

specialist managers (nec) except:

(a) ambassador; or

(b) archbishop; or

(c) bishop

139999

VETASSESS

 

41

cafe or restaurant manager

141111

VETASSESS

 

42

hotel or motel manager

141311

VETASSESS

 

43

accommodation and hospitality managers (nec)

141999

VETASSESS

 

44

hair or beauty salon manager

142114

VETASSESS

 

45

post office manager

142115

VETASSESS

 

46

fitness centre manager

149112

VETASSESS

 

47

sports centre manager

149113

VETASSESS

 

48

customer service manager

149212

VETASSESS

 

49

conference and event organiser

149311

VETASSESS

 

50

transport company manager

149413

VETASSESS

 

51

facilities manager

149913

VETASSESS

 

52

dancer or choreographer

211112

VETASSESS

 

53

music director

211212

VETASSESS

 

54

music professionals (nec)

211299

VETASSESS

 

55

photographer

211311

VETASSESS

 

56

visual arts and crafts professionals (nec)

211499

VETASSESS

 

57

artistic director

212111

VETASSESS

 

58

book or script editor

212212

VETASSESS

 

59

director (film, television, radio or stage)

212312

VETASSESS

 

60

film and video editor

212314

VETASSESS

 

61

program director (television or radio)

212315

VETASSESS

 

62

stage manager

212316

VETASSESS

 

63

technical director

212317

VETASSESS

 

64

video producer

212318

VETASSESS

 

65

copywriter

212411

VETASSESS

 

66

newspaper or periodical editor

212412

VETASSESS

 

67

print journalist

212413

VETASSESS

 

68

technical writer

212415

VETASSESS

 

69

television journalist

212416

VETASSESS

 

70

journalists and other writers (nec)

212499

VETASSESS

 

71

company secretary

221211

VETASSESS

 

72

commodities trader

222111

VETASSESS

 

73

finance broker

222112

VETASSESS

 

74

insurance broker

222113

VETASSESS

 

75

financial brokers (nec)

222199

VETASSESS

 

76

financial market dealer

222211

VETASSESS

 

77

stockbroking dealer

222213

VETASSESS

 

78

financial dealers (nec)

222299

VETASSESS

 

79

financial investment adviser

222311

VETASSESS

 

80

financial investment manager

222312

VETASSESS

 

81

recruitment consultant

223112

VETASSESS

 

82

ICT trainer

223211

ACS

 

83

mathematician

224112

VETASSESS

 

84

gallery or museum curator

224212

VETASSESS

 

85

health information manager

224213

VETASSESS

 

86

records manager

224214

VETASSESS

 

87

librarian

224611

VETASSESS

 

88

management consultant

224711

VETASSESS

 

89

organisation and methods analyst

224712

VETASSESS

 

90

patents examiner

224914

VETASSESS

 

91

information and organisation professionals (nec)

224999

VETASSESS

 

92

advertising specialist

225111

VETASSESS

 

93

marketing specialist

225113

VETASSESS

 

94

ICT account manager

225211

VETASSESS

 

95

ICT business development manager

225212

VETASSESS

 

96

ICT sales representative

225213

VETASSESS

 

97

public relations professional

225311

VETASSESS

 

98

technical sales representatives (nec) including education sales representatives

225499

VETASSESS

 

99

aeroplane pilot

231111

CASA

 

100

flying instructor

231113

VETASSESS

 

101

helicopter pilot

231114

CASA

 

102

fashion designer

232311

VETASSESS

 

103

industrial designer

232312

VETASSESS

 

104

jewellery designer

232313

VETASSESS

 

105

graphic designer

232411

VETASSESS

 

106

illustrator

232412

VETASSESS

 

107

web designer

232414

VETASSESS

 

108

interior designer

232511

VETASSESS

 

109

urban and regional planner

232611

VETASSESS

 

110

wine maker

234213

VETASSESS

Y

111

geologist

234411

VETASSESS

 

112

primary school teacher

241213

AITSL

 

113

middle school teacher (Aus) / intermediate school teacher (NZ)

241311

AITSL

 

114

education adviser

249111

VETASSESS

 

115

art teacher (private tuition)

249211

VETASSESS

 

116

dance teacher (private tuition)

249212

VETASSESS

 

117

music teacher (private tuition)

249214

VETASSESS

 

118

private tutors and teachers (nec)

249299

VETASSESS

 

119

teacher of English to speakers of other languages

249311

VETASSESS

 

120

dietitian

251111

DAA

 

121

nutritionist

251112

VETASSESS

 

122

occupational health and safety adviser

251312

VETASSESS

 

123

orthoptist

251412

VETASSESS

 

124

hospital pharmacist

251511

APharmC

 

125

industrial pharmacist

251512

VETASSESS

 

126

retail pharmacist

251513

APharmC

 

127

health promotion officer

251911

VETASSESS

 

128

health diagnostic and promotion professionals (nec)

251999

VETASSESS

 

129

acupuncturist

252211

Chinese Medicine Board of Australia

 

130

naturopath

252213

VETASSESS

 

131

traditional Chinese medicine practitioner

252214

Chinese Medicine Board of Australia

 

132

complementary health therapists (nec)

252299

VETASSESS

 

133

dental specialist

252311

ADC

 

134

dentist

252312

ADC

 

135

resident medical officer

253112

MedBA

 

136

anaesthetist

253211

MedBA

 

137

nurse educator

254211

ANMAC

 

138

nurse researcher

254212

ANMAC

 

139

nurse manager

254311

ANMAC

 

140

web developer

261212

ACS

 

141

software tester

261314

ACS

 

142

database administrator

262111

ACS

 

143

systems administrator

262113

ACS

 

144

network administrator

263112

ACS

 

145

network analyst

263113

ACS

 

146

ICT quality assurance engineer

263211

ACS

 

147

ICT support engineer

263212

ACS

 

148

ICT systems test engineer

263213

ACS

 

149

ICT support and test engineers (nec)

263299

ACS

 

150

judicial and other legal professionals (nec)

271299

VETASSESS

 

151

careers counsellor

272111

VETASSESS

 

152

drug and alcohol counsellor

272112

VETASSESS

 

153

family and marriage counsellor

272113

VETASSESS

 

154

rehabilitation counsellor

272114

VETASSESS

 

155

student counsellor

272115

VETASSESS

 

156

counsellors (nec)

272199

VETASSESS

 

157

interpreter

272412

NAATI

 

158

social professionals (nec)

272499

VETASSESS

 

159

recreation officer

272612

VETASSESS

 

160

welfare worker

272613

ACWA

 

161

agricultural technician

311111

VETASSESS

Y

162

anaesthetic technician

311211

VETASSESS

 

163

cardiac technician

311212

VETASSESS

 

164

medical laboratory technician

311213

AIMS

 

165

pharmacy technician

311215

VETASSESS

 

166

medical technicians (nec)

311299

VETASSESS

 

167

meat inspector

311312

VETASSESS

 

168

primary products inspectors (nec)

311399

VETASSESS

Y

169

chemistry technician

311411

VETASSESS

 

170

earth science technician

311412

VETASSESS

 

171

life science technician

311413

VETASSESS

 

172

science technicians (nec)

311499

VETASSESS

 

173

architectural draftsperson

312111

VETASSESS

 

174

building associate

312112

VETASSESS

 

175

building inspector

312113

VETASSESS

 

176

architectural, building and surveying technicians (nec)

312199

VETASSESS

 

177

mechanical engineering technician

312512

TRA

 

178

metallurgical or materials technician

312912

VETASSESS

 

179

mine deputy

312913

VETASSESS

 

180

hardware technician

313111

TRA

 

181

ICT customer support officer

313112

TRA

 

182

web administrator

313113

ACS

 

183

ICT support technicians (nec)

313199

TRA

 

184

farrier

322113

TRA

 

185

aircraft maintenance engineer (avionics)

323111

TRA

 

186

aircraft maintenance engineer (mechanical)

323112

TRA

 

187

aircraft maintenance engineer (structures)

323113

TRA

 

188

textile, clothing and footwear mechanic

323215

TRA

 

189

metal fitters and machinists (nec)

323299

TRA

 

190

precision instrument maker and repairer

323314

TRA

 

191

watch and clock maker and repairer

323316

TRA

 

192

toolmaker

323412

TRA

 

193

vehicle body builder

324211

TRA

 

194

vehicle trimmer

324212

TRA

 

195

roof tiler

333311

TRA

 

196

business machine mechanic

342311

TRA

 

197

cabler (data and telecommunications)

342411

TRA

 

198

telecommunications linesworker

342413

TRA

 

199

baker

351111

TRA

 

200

pastrycook

351112

TRA

 

201

butcher or smallgoods maker

351211

TRA

 

202

cook

351411

TRA

 

203

dog handler or trainer

361111

VETASSESS

 

204

animal attendants and trainers (nec)

361199

VETASSESS

 

205

veterinary nurse

361311

VETASSESS

 

206

florist

362111

TRA

 

207

gardener (general)

362211

TRA

 

208

arborist

362212

TRA

 

209

landscape gardener

362213

TRA

 

210

greenkeeper

362311

TRA

 

211

hairdresser

391111

TRA

 

212

print finisher

392111

TRA

 

213

printing machinist

392311

TRA

 

214

dressmaker or tailor

393213

TRA

 

215

upholsterer

393311

TRA

 

216

furniture finisher

394211

TRA

 

217

wood machinist

394213

TRA

 

218

wood machinists and other wood trades workers (nec)

394299

TRA

 

219

chemical plant operator

399211

TRA

 

220

power generation plant operator

399213

TRA

 

221

library technician

399312

VETASSESS

 

222

jeweller

399411

TRA

 

223

camera operator (film, television or video)

399512

TRA

 

224

make up artist

399514

TRA

 

225

sound technician

399516

TRA

 

226

performing arts technicians (nec)

399599

VETASSESS

 

227

signwriter

399611

TRA

 

228

ambulance officer

411111

VETASSESS

 

229

intensive care ambulance paramedic

411112

VETASSESS

 

230

dental technician

411213

TRA

 

231

diversional therapist

411311

VETASSESS

 

232

enrolled nurse

411411

ANMAC

 

233

massage therapist

411611

VETASSESS

 

234

community worker

411711

ACWA

 

235

disabilities services officer

411712

VETASSESS

 

236

family support worker

411713

VETASSESS

 

237

residential care officer

411715

VETASSESS

 

238

youth worker

411716

ACWA

 

239

diving instructor (open water)

452311

VETASSESS

 

240

gymnastics coach or instructor

452312

VETASSESS

 

241

horse riding coach or instructor

452313

VETASSESS

 

242

snowsport instructor

452314

VETASSESS

 

243

swimming coach or instructor

452315

VETASSESS

 

244

tennis coach

452316

VETASSESS

 

245

other sports coach or instructor

452317

VETASSESS

 

246

sports development officer

452321

VETASSESS

 

247

footballer

452411

VETASSESS

 

248

sportspersons (nec)

452499

VETASSESS

 

249

contract administrator

511111

VETASSESS

 

250

program or project administrator

511112

VETASSESS

 

251

insurance loss adjuster

599612

VETASSESS

 

252

insurance agent

611211

VETASSESS

 

253

retail buyer

639211

VETASSESS

 

Note 1:       Column 2 is included for information only.

Note 2:       For the meaning of the expressions in column 3, see section 9.

             (2)  For the purposes of subsection 6(3) of this instrument, if column 4 of an item of the Short‑term Skilled Occupation List is marked “Y”, that item only applies in relation to the classes of persons mentioned in item 3 of the table in subsection 6(1) in relation to Subclass 489 (Skilled—Regional (Provisional)) visas.

      9  Assessing authorities

                   In this instrument, the expression mentioned in column 1 of an item of the following table is short for the expression mentioned in column 2 of the item.

 

Assessing authorities

Item

Column 1

Brief expression

Column 2

Meaning

1

AACA

Architects Accreditation Council of Australia Inc

2

AASW

Australian Association of Social Workers

3

ACPSEM

Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine

4

ACS

Australian Computer Society

5

ACWA

Australian Community Workers Association

6

ADC

Australian Dental Council

7

AIM

Australian Institute of Management

8

AIMS

Australian Institute of Medical Scientists

9

AIQS

Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors

10

AITSL

Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership

11

AMSA

Australian Maritime Safety Authority

12

ANMAC

Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council Limited

13

ANZPAC

Australian and New Zealand Podiatry Accreditation Council Inc.

14

ANZSNM

Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine

15

AOAC

Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council

Note:       AOAC was previously known as the Australian and New Zealand Osteopathic Council.

16

AOPA

Australian Orthotic Prosthetic Association

17

APC

Australian Physiotherapy Council

18

APharmC

Australian Pharmacy Council

19

APodA

Australian Podiatry Association

Note:       APodA was previously known as the Australian Podiatry Council.

20

APS

Australian Psychological Society

21

ASMIRT

Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy

Note:       ASMIRT was previously known as the Australian Institute of Radiography.

22

AVBC

Australasian Veterinary Boards Council Inc.

23

CAANZ

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Note:       CAANZ was previously known as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia.

24

CASA

Civil Aviation Safety Authority

25

CCEA

Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia Limited

26

CPAA

CPA Australia Ltd

27

DAA

Dietitians Association of Australia

28

Engineers Australia

Institution of Engineers Australia

29

IPA

Institute of Public Accountants

30

MedBA

Medical Board of Australia

31

NAATI

National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters

32

OCANZ

Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand

33

OTC

Occupational Therapy Council (Australia and New Zealand) Limited

34

SPA

Speech Pathology Association of Australia

35

SSSI

Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute

36

TRA

Trades Recognition Australia

 

Occupation Ceilings 2017-2018の発表

技術枠での永住ビザの会計年度毎(本年度は2017年7月1日~2018年6月30日となります)のそれぞれの職種グループの上限数のことをOccupation Ceilingsといいますが、その一覧表がようやく1か月遅れで昨日、公表されました。

 

昨年度は会計は2500だったので非常に厳しい状況でしたが今年は4785、と91.4%
UPとなり、非常に強い結果を勝ち取っていますのでAccountingを学ばれている学生には朗報です。また、Software and Applications Programmersは540増加の 6202、ICT Business and Systems Analysts:も92増加の1574とIT業界も強い状況が続ています。

 

4月のビジネスビザの変更発表から毎年伸び続けている留学生総数の伸び率がおそらく5月から多少ダウンしていますので、留学業界の悪影響を避けるための一つの計らいが働いていたのかもしれません。

 

https://www.border.gov.au/Busi/Empl/skillselect#tab-content-3

Occupation ceilings for the 2017-18 programme year

Occupation ID

Description

Occupation Ceiling Value 2017-18

Invitations to date

1331

Construction Managers

5400

5

1332

Engineering Managers

1155

0

1341

Child Care Centre Managers

1000

0

1342

Health and Welfare Services Managers

1374

1

2211

Accountants*

4785

239

2212

Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers*

1327

66

2241

Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians

1000

1

2245

Land Economists and Valuers

1000

0

2312

Marine Transport Professionals

1000

2

2321

Architects and Landscape Architects

1474

3

2322

Cartographers and Surveyors

1000

1

2331

Chemical and Materials Engineers

1000

3

2332

Civil Engineering Professionals

3296

11

2333

Electrical Engineers

1042

8

2334

Electronics Engineers*

1000

50

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers*

2178

108

2339

Other Engineering Professionals*

1000

50

2341

Agricultural and Forestry Scientists

1000

2

2346

Medical Laboratory Scientists

1487

0

2347

Veterinarians

1000

1

2349

Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals

1000

2

2411

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers

2639

2

2414

Secondary School Teachers

7910

3

2415

Special Education Teachers

1000

0

2512

Medical Imaging Professionals

1113

1

2514

Optometrists and Orthoptists

1000

0

2519

Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals

1000

0

2521

Chiropractors and Osteopaths

1000

0

2524

Occupational Therapists

1109

1

2525

Physiotherapists

1464

0

2526

Podiatrists

1000

1

2527

Speech Professionals and Audiologists

1000

0

2531

General Practitioners and Resident Medical officers

3495

3

2533

Internal Medicine Specialists

1000

0

2534

Psychiatrists

1000

0

2535

Surgeons

1000

0

2539

Other Medical Practitioners

1000

5

2541

Midwives

1090

0

2544

Registered Nurses

16741

18

2611

ICT Business and Systems Analysts*

1574

78

2613

Software and Applications Programmers*

6202

310

2631

Computer Network Professionals*

1318

65

2633

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals

1000

23

2711

Barristers

1000

0

2713

Solicitors

4161

3

2723

Psychologists

1750

1

2725

Social Workers

1562

14

3122

Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

1000

3

3123

Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

1000

2

3132

Telecommunications Technical Specialists

1000

1

3211

Automotive Electricians

1000

0

3212

Motor Mechanics

5980

3

3222

Sheetmetal Trades Workers

1000

0

3223

Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers

4426

1

3232

Metal Fitters and Machinists

5330

0

3233

Precision Metal Trades Workers

1000

0

3241

Panelbeaters

1344

0

3311

Bricklayers and Stonemasons

1271

0

3312

Carpenters and Joiners

6968

1

3322

Painting Trades Workers

2780

1

3331

Glaziers

1000

1

3332

Plasterers

2103

0

3334

Wall and Floor Tilers

1407

0

3341

Plumbers

5507

0

3411

Electricians

9354

0

3421

Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics

1427

0

3422

Electrical Distribution Trades Workers

1000

0

3423

Electronics Trades Workers

1878

1

3513

Chefs

2675

1

3941

Cabinetmakers

1905

0

3991

Boat Builders and Shipwrights

1000

0

*Occupations that are subject to pro rata arrangements