The Joiner skills assessment Australia is required so you the migrant can apply for a visa to Australia. This is the way Australian Immigration can gauge if you are in fact a Joiner under the Australian guidelines. Many Joiners want to migrate to Australia and without the Joinery skills assessment delivered by an approved assessing […]
The cost of the Joinery skills assessment is dictated by TRA (Trades Recognition Australia), you pay them directly and they have chosen RTOs (Registered Training Organisations) that deliver the Joinery skills assessment for Australian migration. The cost for the Documentary Assessment is $1280 and for the Technical Interview the cost is $2000.
No its not mandatory. You are required to either hold your completed apprenticeship papers as a Joiner (Please note these qualifications could fall under carpentry or other wood related names) and 3 years of paid work experience pre or post qualification. So, if you are from the UK hold an NVQ3 as a Joiner or […]
The Australian Joiner skills assessment has 2 mandatory stages that need to be completed. You need to prove to our assessor you have the necessary skills as a Joiner. The first stage, documentary assessment is paper based, proving you are a Joiner though payslips, detailed CV, references, videos, photos, and qualifications. The second stage is […]
A Joiner in Australia is someone who works in workshop, bench joinery, making doors, windows, cabinets, set up, use and maintain static workshop machines. A Carpenter in Australia does 1st fix 2nd fix, roof trusses, more onsite work then a Joiner. If you do both of these tasks and float between what Australia deem as […]