Toolmaker Skills Assessment Australia
The Down Under Centre work closely with Trades Recognition Australia(TRA) Approved Registered Training Organisations(RTO’s). We work together to facilitate their Technical Skype interviews and assist UK and Irish Toolmakers to ensure that they are ready to complete their Toolmaker Skills Assessment for migrating to Australia.
As a Toolmaker you will be required to complete the mandatory Toolmaker Skills Assessment. Once you have completed the Skills Assessment, you will be granted your Australian Certificate 111 in engineering. This will be invaluable for employment once you arrive in Australia. The Down Under Centre deliver the technical Skype interviews for Toolmakers from Monday to Friday at 9am from our UK office in London. If you reside in Ireland or Scotland we have venues closer to home where you can sit your Technical Skype interview.
If you would like to see if you are eligible for a Skilled Visa, use our free visa points calculator and/or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and our Migration Consultants will be happy to advise on your options.
SKILLS ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR TOOLMAKER
The Skills Assessment process for a Toolmaker is divided into three sections. Toolmakers as a qualification falls under the ANZSCO (323412). It’s important to remember that once you have successfully completed your Toolmaker Skills Assessment you will receive your Australian engineering qualification (certificate111) which many Australian employers will ask for prior to you commencing employment. By completing the Toolmaker Skills Assessment you obtain your mandatory document for migration and your Australian qualification as a Toolmaker.
1. SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE: An online self-evaluation form to make sure your skill level is at the standard immigration is looking for. Please note the mandatory requirements and how many electives you will need to complete. To get a Self Assessment Questionnaire, please email our office at email@example.com or call our office on 020 3376 1555 and one of our trained staff can assist you. This is a free service.
2. DOCUMENTARY ASSESSMENT
DOCUMENTARY ASSESSMENT: This part of the Skills Assessment and in fact the Visa is considered the most difficult part by many MARA approved migration agents. You need to prove you are a qualified or an experienced Toolmaker. If you do not hold a UK qualification but have the necessary years of paid experience, you can still be assessed.
WHAT EVIDENCE IS REQUIRED? You will be asked to prove that you have a minimum of three years’ experience working as a Toolmaker and that you have been working as a Toolmaker for a minimum of 12 months out of the last 36 months. You will be asked to supply pay slips, invoices, bank statements and/ or employment references as evidence of your time as a Toolmaker. You will also need to make sure you supply certified copies of your qualifications and provide at least 20 photos of your work as a Toolmaker.
It is very important to remember that most of your evidence gathering for your Toolmaking Skills Assessment is also required for your Visa. During your conversation with the Down Under Centre, we will also be able to advise how many years of work experience will be required to give you maximum points for your visa.
The Down Under Centre offers an Agency Service to assist you with this difficult part of the Skills Assessment and aim to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. For further information on how The Down Under Centre can assist you with your Skills Assessment click here https://www.downundercentre.com/australian-skill-assessments
3. TECHNICAL SKYPE INTERVIEW
The final part of your Skills Assessment as a Toolmaker is a technical Skype interview. Here you will be required to come to our London venue The Down Under Centre based conveniently next to Ealing Broadway underground station https://www.downundercentre.com/contact. Alternatively, you can choose to carry out your technical Skype interview at a venue in Scotland or Ireland.
We will organise an Australian Qualified Toolmaker who is also an Australian qualified trainer and assessor in many engineering components to discuss your Stage 2 Application with you as well as your everyday working life as a Toolmaker. This is why it’s very important that you have provided the assessing body with your full Stage 2 assessment Pack. Please remember that if the assessor feels that you do not have the necessary skills to obtain your Australian Engineering Certificate 111 as a Fitter they will ask you to provide further information or complete a practical assessment/ site visit which will be at your cost. The Down Under Centre have never had a client that has required a site visit, as we work closely with our agency clients to ensure that this does not happen. The assessors understand that you may be nervous or anxious, they will discuss your application with you in a relaxed manner and put you at ease.
As a Toolmaker, you will need to obtain your White Card for Australia in order to work on any Australia building/construction site. The White Card is equivalent to your CSCS Card. We provide an online course and issue the Western Australia White Card which is accepted Australia-wide. To get started, visit our White Card Course page and Register an account.
Once you have passed, your White Card will be posted to the address you supplied in your registration.
TESTIMONIALS FROM A FEW OF OUR CLIENTS.
Nikki was my advisor for my Toolmaker Skills Assessment. She was always on hand with my documentary assessement whenever I pestered her most days. I would definitely recommend the Down Under Centre!
– Richard Jones, March 2016
Please fill in the form below to see if you eligible for a visa to Australia.
DUTIES AUSTRALIAN TOOLMAKERS PERFORM.
There is a demand for Toolmakers in Australia. Toolmakers may find themselves working in the mines or filling the holes in cities where Toolmakers have left to work on mine sites across Australia. Toolmakers and other engineers in Australia need to complete a four-year apprenticeship to obtain their certificate 111 in Engineering (Toolmaker 323412).
Toolmakers complete tasks in a commercial or industrial work place usually in a workshop environment. Toolmaker may be referred to as Mechanical Engineers and work on machinery and manufacture parts using a large range of machines and tools. An Australian Toolmaker would carry out maintenance and repairs on production machinery and equipment. Make and repair tools, make Dies Jigs, Fixtures, precision parts and equipment.
Specialisations that Tool Makers in Australia maybe classed under are Die Casters, Die Sinker, Jigmaker (Metal), Plastic Mould Maker, Press-tool Maker.
Toolmakers migrating to Australia would need to be able to complete the following tasks:
studying drawings and specifications to determine dimensions and tolerances of articles to be manufactured and models to be constructed measuring and marking out metal stock and castings using various gauges shaping metal and wood stock using machine tools checking accuracy of manufactured articles and finished patterns to fine tolerances, using precision measuring instruments testing and modifying manufactured articles applying protective finishes to patterns and painting pattern sections to indicate method of assembly assembling pattern sections and shaping work pieces to specified finish pouring and spreading materials into moulds and over models of patterns, and building laminations of fibreglass cloth and plastic resin to fabricate patterns repairing broken and damaged patterns and correcting patterns to compensate to defects in casting constructing templates for layout and inspection
During your Toolmaker Skills Assessment for Australia you will be required to prove that you can carry out many of the above tasks through your Stage 2 Application and your Technical Skype interview. If you require more information, please fill in the enquiry form and one of our experienced staff will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
TOOLMAKER JOBS AUSTRALIA.
Engineers in Australia get paid well. The demand for Toolmakers to work in Australia has risen. The Down Under Centre works with many recruitment companies and employers all over Australia. If you are employed as an Australian Toolmaker you are entitled to a pension, which is currently set at 9.5% of your wage. This is put into your pension scheme from your employer not deducted from your weekly salary.
Metal Trades have an office here in London with the Down Under Centre. Metal Trades requires Welders who are ready to move to Australia, to make contact with us. You can find all Engineering jobs available on our jobs page!
You can contact their UK office on 0203 889 7526 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR CLIENTS. www.downundercentre.com/testimonials