Victoria Target Sector

Update

New Target sector is added today to the existing sectors.

The creative industries play an important role in Victoria’s cultural life, economic prosperity and social well-being. The Victorian Government’s Creative State 2025 strategy is designed to secure Victoria’s reputation as a global cultural destination. Creative State 2025 is the Victorian Government’s next four-year creative industries strategy, designed to grow jobs, develop skills, and secure Victoria’s reputation as a global cultural destination and bold creative leader.

Creative State 2025 is the Victorian Government’s next four-year creative industries strategy, designed to grow jobs, develop skills, and secure Victoria’s reputation as a global cultural destination and bold creative leader.

To further support this strategy, Victoria is seeking applicants working in the screen industry using their STEMM skills in Visual effects or Digital animation.
Related occupations could be:

  • Multimedia specialist

  • Web Developer

  • Graphic Designer

  • Multimedia Designer

  • Game Developer

  • Illustrator

  • Fashion Designer

  • Architect

 

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If you have a positive skills assessment and currently working in the Screen Industry, book a Free Consultation with our Registered Migration Agent (MARN1572961):
www.racc.net.au/bookings-checkout/victoria-state-and-regional-sponsor-1-1/book


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Workforce Skill pathway

Early Childhood Educators, Chefs, and Cooks are now added to Victoria's Workforce Skill Pathway.

To be selected for Victorian skilled visa nomination, you must first submit a Registration of Interest (ROI). To be eligible for submission, you need a positive skill assessment.

Skill gaps in Victoria are addressed through local training and recruitment. In certain instances, industries may require migration to quickly supplement the number of skilled professionals available.

The Workforce Skills Pathway (WSP) is a way to address:

  • Skills gaps that are created by the introduction of a new Victorian Government policy or a strategy where alternative pathways are not readily available or effective and other workforce development solutions are not effective or do not exist; or

  • Skills gaps that exist in specific industries where alternative migration pathways and other workforce development solutions are not effective or do not exist.

The WSP must support state or industry-wide development and be in the public interest.

A Workforce Skills Pathway addresses a state-wide or region-wide skill gap and may have its own unique selection criteria.  Any targeted occupations will be highly skilled.

If you are eligible to apply or have been asked to apply under a Workforce Skills Pathway, you do not need to be working in a target sector to be selected to apply for visa nomination.

  • Hospitality