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Are you an applicant, employer, sponsor or migration agent obliged to arrange or undertake a Skills Assessment for the purposes of temporary or permanent migration?
William Angliss Institute is authorised to conduct skills assessments for applicants who apply for a Skilled Migration Program Temporary (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) or a Permanent Work Visa who work in one of the nominated occupations listed below. If you hold a passport from one of the nominated countries you must undertake a Skills Assessment from an Authorised Registered Training Organisation.
- China (including Hong Kong and Macau)
- Papua New Guinea
- South Africa
- Pastry Cook
- Pastry Chef
In addition if you have been asked by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) to arrange employer contributions under the Training Benchmarks scheme, William Angliss Institute can assist you to meet your obligations. The Institute’s Foundation Fund can accept employer contributions which go to the support of education and training for Australian citizens and permanent residents or alternatively conduct structured onsite training for your employees and clients at short notice.
- Training Benchmark A involves a contribution of 2% of recent gross payroll to an Approved Scholarship Fund or Industry Training Fund.
- Training Benchmark B involves a contribution of 1% of recent gross payroll to the provision of training for employees who are Australian citizens and permanent residents
Find out about Training Benchmarks.