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In Demand Courses in the Health sector
If you are opting for a Nursing career, it is pivotal that you understand the difference between Enrolled Nurse and Registered Nurse.
An enrolled nurse is a professional who has completed, at minimum, their diploma qualification. Upon finishing your course of 'Diploma of Nursing', you will be eligible to practice as an ''Enrolled Nurse".
An enrolled nurse, generally works as part of a team, and generally administrates and monitors medicines and intravenous therapy, whereas Registered Nurses personally create and oversee the management plans of a patient. A Diploma in Nursing qualifies you to be an enrolled Nurse, whereas to become a Registered Nurse you need Bachelor or higher level qualification in Nursing.
There are Nursing study pathways across Australia, you can decide to study across Australia.
If you study in a regional area of Australia, you can avail of the benefits of studying in a Regional Area and ADD Extra points to your Migration Visa Application.
Metropolitan cities like Perth, Adelaide, and Gold Coast are considered as regional Areas.
Places liked Geelong, Bendigo, and Ballarat (Just 1-hour drive from Melbourne CBD) is also considered as Regional area.
There are different pathways for nursing. There are various pathways you may follow to become an Australian Registered Nurse. Along with Registered Nurse, Enrolled Nurse also is in high demand across multiple states.
You can become an enrolled Nurse just by completing a Diploma course. There are study options all across Australia. You may consider a Bachelor/Master course if you aim to become an Australian Registered Nurse.
Understand the difference between an Enrolled Nurse and a Registered Nurse:
Apart from Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Medical Laboratory Scientists have been receiving invitations consistently in the past couple of years. You'd have to ensure that you enrol for the right accredited course to be able to apply for Migration skills assessment after course completion.
Occupational Therapists have been receiving PR invitations consistently under subclass 189, 190 and 491. You can become a qualified Occupational therapist upon completing an accredited course.
Occupational Therapist received invitations with only 65 points in the recent invitation round.
Master of Occupational Therapy
Duration: 2 years
Tuition Fee: $20,600/Semester
Initial Deposit: $20,600
Medical Laboratory Scientist
Medical Laboratory Scientists were among the few occupations which received PR invitations in January 2022 for subclass 189.
"Medical Laboratory Scientist" was the occupation with 2nd highest number of PR invitation (with 261 invitations) for subclass 189 in 2020-21 FY (only after Nursing)
Master of Laboratory Medicine
Duration: 2 Years
Tuition Fee: starting from $20,160* / semester
Initial Deposit: $20,160*
There are multiple options to study, but you need to make sure you enrol for an accredited course. Book a Free Phone Consultation with us to guide you through the process.
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You may also consider studying Bachelor of Nutrition Science which can lead you to become a Food Technologist. To attain a positive skills assessment as a Food Technologist, you need to have a bachelor degree or higher qualification along with a 1 year work experience post qualification. "Food Technologist" has been recently added to the WA (Western Australia Occupation list and there has been consistent PR invitations across different states.
Read more: https://www.racc.net.au/food-technologist-pr-pathway-and-invitations
Bachelor of Nutrition Science
Duration: 3 years
Fee: $18,200 per semester
Up to 50% Scholarship available and tuition fee can become only $9,100 per semester
Temporary Graduate Visa upon course completion
Change Current Course
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Apart from health sectors there are also in-demand occupations, If you are currently studying in a different field and, COVID-19 and any personal preference have impacted your decision and you choose to switch or change your field of study/course, you may consider some in-demand occupations below.
If you are already working in Australia and would like to continue to do so without applying for a student visa, you can apply for a COVID visa (subclass 408) which can let you stay and work in Australia for up to 12 months.
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