Australia

Natural therapies are a big part of the culture Down Under.  The industry is tightly regulated and standards are extremely high.  If you are interested in natural therapies in any way, studying in Australia or New Zealand is a must.

These courses are often popular with students looking to change careers or take some time out, and can open up many new career paths in the area. There is a wide range of courses available, and at all different levels, so whether your interest is yoga, massage, or nutrition - there is plenty on offer.

Nurses are critical to the success of any healthcare system and Australian and New Zealand-trained nurses are much in demand all over the world.

Australia’s Skilled Occupation List will soon be updated to include opportunities for trained chefs, bricklayers, floor and wall tilers to apply for visas without employer sponsorship.

The change is due to a shortage of these skilled workers in the areas of hospitality and construction.  Both industries are projected to experience strong growth in the near future.

Buildings are everywhere. Every building, whether it’s a house, shopping centre or a park shed, needs a skilled carpenter to help construct it and make sure it stands the test of time.

The building industry is constantly growing, so to meet the needs of this rapidly expanding sector, there is constant demand for qualified carpenters with real skills and experience.

Locksmithing is a trade that has been around for many centuries, although the skill involved in the creation, repair or replacement of a lock is routinely underestimated in our day-to-day lives.  Until that is, your key is lost, or your house or car is broken into; it happens all the time and everywhere, so the opportunities available to qualified locksmiths are near endless! By training to become a locksmith you will work on developing a wide range of skills, from replacing a traditional door lock, to repairing locking mechanisms in cars, or setting up security systems.

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