Some good news for nurses

Hi All,


We have just advised our Australian clients of the revised registration requirements by the Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

Please be aware that this is specifically for Nurses and providing the correct documentation can be supplied, regarding a minimum english background, for example: going to an english school, doing a qualification in an english medium institution, it is unlikely that they would be required to sit the IELTS exam.

Please do remember however, that you still may be required to sit the general IETS exams, in order to claim the necessary points to pass the relevant Residency pass mark in force at the time of the application currently 65 points.

Bottom line, it certainly makes the registration pathway easier, and once registered, you could look at doing a work visa, because getting a job should be easier, however, we would recommend, that whatever pathway you choose, you must be aware, that you should have lodged a residency application, before the changes come into effect in July 2012.


A quick update

Hi All,

I will start blogging more regularly now, but haven’t been able to- due to the fact that I have been exceptionally worried about my All Black teams pathway to the final.

I know it is not over yet, but “Go the Kiwis”!

We have, as you are possibly aware, started to get a big interest in seminars again- and I have enjoyed doing them again. The beauty about a seminar, is that it give free advice, and outlines the exact pathway to obtaining all different types of Visa’s. Coming up is: Joburg, Durban, PE, Richards Bay, Cape Town and Pietermaritzburg.

Please remember, that for a free skills assessment, go to our Skills assessment page, and we will outline, for free, the procedures, costs and time frames.


Free Cape Town Seminar

We will be holding a free seminar in Cape Town.

Date: Monday 7th November 2011

Time: 18.30-19.30

Venue: Southern Sun Newlands

Book now on 032 586 0306 of fill in the booking form below: