Occupational training required for registration
Applicants can apply for a Subclass 407 under this stream if they are required to undertake workplace-based training to get registration, membership or licensing in their occupation. The registration, membership or licensing must be mandatory to work in the occupation in Australia or overseas.
Occupational training to improve skills in an eligible occupation
This type of occupational training is a common pathway that is used. This training covers people who are nominated by an approved temporary activity sponsor in Australia for an occupation that is listed on the relevant skilled occupations list.
A workplace-based structured training program is critical to the success of this application and must be specifically tailored and timed to the training needs of the nominated person.
Occupational training for capacity building overseas
The requirements under this stream of the Subclass 407 visa is for Occupational training for capacity building overseas which includes people that:
– Wish to complete a period of practical training/research or observation in Australia for their overseas qualification
– Have the support of a government agency in Australia or overseas to undertake training in Australia
– Overseas employers to send their employees to Australia for professional development