Two new labour agreements have been announced by the Australian Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, David Coleman to support the country’s multicultural communities. Labour agreements for the aged care sector and religious institutions were unveiled on Thursday. The new labour agreement for the aged care sector will allow
On the 26th February, we were honoured with a visit from top level delegates in Australian Universities, headed by the Hon. Selena Uibo MLA (Minister of Education and Minister of Workforce Training) from the Northern Territory Government. The delegation also included Directors, CEOs and Managers of various prestigious colleges across
Proposals to change the requirements for overseas nurses and midwives taking the International English Language Test System (IELTS) were given the go-ahead by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) today. Following the change nurses and midwives will still be required to achieve a minimum overall level of 7 in the
The NMC Council has recommended to approve the proposal to accept an overall score of 7 in the International English Language Test (IELTS), allowing a minimum of 6.5 in the writing element of the test for applicants from overseas. A decision in this regard will be made by next week.
MWT Education Consultancy will be conducting a free Seminar that will be held in Kottayam and Kochi to discuss the upcoming changes in the Nursing Registration process for Australia. Participants will also understand the various opportunities and pathways for nurses to get registration in Australia. The NMBA is proposing some
Nurses and midwives trained outside the EU will be allowed to come and work in the UK immediately after qualifying, following changes put forth by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Until today, nurses and midwives from outside the EU should have worked for at least 12 months after qualifying.
This financial year, Australia planned to take 190,000 migrants but will possibly end up with just 165,000- the lowest level in seven years. Since 2012-13 the migration program has been at the same level of 190,000 but dropped to 183,000 last financial year and will fall further again this year, led by
The New Zealand Government announced on June 2 that they are planning to implement immigration policy changes that will potentially affect international students who wish to look for jobs in the country after completing short term courses of study. Students who have completed courses of less than two years duration
We are pleased to announce that our partner Federation University Australia has been honoured at the Melbourne Design Awards. Leading designers Goldi won the Gold Award in the Environmental Graphic Design category for their stunning work on the new Brisbane Campus. The prestigious award celebrates creativity, communication design and the
It is our privilege to announce that Health Careers International Pty Ltd , our parent group, has been awarded the prestigious McMillan Woods Global Awards “Nursing & Healthcare Training Excellence” Award 2018. Our CEO Mr Kunnumpurath Bijo received the award at a glittering ceremony on Wednesday, 23rd May 2018. The event was