Australia is a dream country of Indian nurses, who have completed diploma or degree in Nursing and registered with the Indian Nursing Council. Hence nursing is a highly remunerative profession in Australia with excellent emolument. More over Australia is one of the best countries to live because of its low population density, good quality of life and an unpolluted environment.
An average annual income of a registered nurse in Australia ranges from 45 to 85,000$A. Nurse’s earnings are in the top 20% of all workers in Australia .However to work as a nurse in Australia, an Indian nurse needs to be registered with Nursing Registration Councils of the country. For registration it has prescribed requirements including the IELTS score of not less than 7 across all bands. Score7 in each band in academic IELTS is not an easy task. It‘s required a lot of practice and hard work, especially for the students who did their schooling in non English medium schools. Most of the nurses who wish to get in Australia get disappointed because of the IELTS requirement.
Here we are introducing an easy cut way for nurses those who are not able to score individually 7 in IELTS, to migrate to Australia. It is an easy entry through a two year student VISA which will lead you to a two year stay back. Nurses with over all 5.5 in IELTS with on band less than 5 can also join for this programme followed by an English course .Spouse can accompany the student with a work visa. During study period students are permitted to work for 20hrs/week as part time and full time during vacations .Students will get an advantage to work full time for five months in an year, whereas the course semester designed for 7 months in an year. That means students could earn the money they spend for your education during their study time it self.
During the studies or in the stay back students can do OET [Occupational English Test] programme in same intuition were they are doing the degree course.. OET is an international English language test that assesses the language and communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. It is a practical test with content that reflects real-life tasks performed in the healthcare sector. Taking the test has enabled me to gain a deeper insight into the communication skills required for occupation. . It easier than IELTS as it is suitable and related to the healthcare profession. Nurses can dexterously score a good grade in this OET, a B’ grade score in OET is quite enough to register there as a nurse. Once OET is cleared The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) provides registration for International Nurses upon completion of the Initial Registration for International Nurses – Registered Nurses (IRON – RN) program.
Our trained and professionally qualified team will give all the support and guidance for the entire process.