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Australia Needs Skilled Tradespeople

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Australia Needs Skilled Tradespeople

Doctors, lawyers and engineers aren’t the only people who have the opportunity to immigrate to a beautiful foreign country. As many other countries, Australia needs skilled tradespeople. From electricians to cabinet makers and everything in between – if you are a skilled tradesperson with experience in one of these related occupations, you might just be what Australia needs.

Australia is experiencing a shortage of skilled tradesmen and women. There is a demand for several key construction jobs in New South Wales and Queensland. While tradesmen from the United Kingdom is particularly high in demand, anybody who meets the necessary criteria can apply. You will be able to apply for entry on the basis of a skilled independent subclass visa 189, which will allow you permanent residence in Australia, or a skilled nominated 190 subclass visa. The processing times for these visas can take less than six months. For 457 temporary work visas it could possibly be even less.

Australia needs skilled

There is a high demand for electricians in Australia.

Here are some of the most in demand occupations available for skilled tradespeople who wish to immigrate to Australia:

Australia needs skilled Electricians
Electricians usually read blueprints or technical diagrams. They are also required to install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems, as well as inspect electrical components, like circuit breakers and transformers.

Australia needs skilled Fabricators
Fabricators use technical drawings, blueprints and other specifications in order to construct metal products, as well as numerous products ranging from sheet metal parts to more complex metal moulds. Some fabricators create pieces for larger projects, such as the construction of bridges or machines.

Australia needs skilled Bricklayers
Bricklayers have the responsibility of setting up and repairing bricks, concrete blocks, stone and other masonry units during either the construction or repair of structures like walls, partitions, patios, paving, arches, fireplaces, chimneys, and smokestacks. Bricklayers are also in charge of the installation of firebrick in commercial and industrial incinerators and furnaces.

Australia needs skilled Plasterers
A plasterer is a tradesman who works with plaster, such as forming a layer of plaster on an interior wall or plaster decorative mouldings on walls or ceilings.

Australia needs skilled Roof Tilers
Roof tilers are building workers who specialize in everything relating to roofs. They use their skills to construct, clad and waterproof different roof structures and install rainwater goods, as well as flashing.

Australia needs skilled

Skilled carpenters can apply for an Australian visa.

Australia needs skilled Carpenters
Carpenters typically follow building plans and blueprints in order to meet the needs of their clients. They also install structures and fixtures, like moulding and windows, as well as measure, shape, or cut wood, plastic, and other materials.

Australia needs skilled Cabinet Makers
Cabinet Makers are responsible for building and installing cabinets in homes and other buildings. Their duties include discussing the requirements with clients, designing cabinets to the clients specifications, building and installing items, handling customer relationships and complains, and maintaining stock and supplies.

If you are indeed skilled in one of these occupations then Australia might be able to utilize your skills. So why not start the process now and perhaps soon you could be working and living in Australia.


  1. Adelaide says:

    Im a qualified teacher and a degreed counsellor. What are my chances of migrsting to Australia

  2. Tinus says:

    Hi I am looking for work in Australia I am a certified Boilermaker but are looking for work on the farms also please let me know thank you

  3. Rolty Mahlangu says:

    Im a quilified bricklayer and plastering looking for ajob as a bricklayer in australia


  5. Nicholas Amos Vitolwe says:

    Comment I’m a boilermaker currently looking for employment I have a lot of experience in the field since 1995 to date

  6. Nicholas Amos Vitolwe says:

    Comment I’m a boilermaker currently looking for employment I have a lot of experience in the field since 1995

  7. adrian mwenje says:

    Hie how are you?am 25 years of age and female.i am looking for a job as an occupational therapist.i have an honours degree in Occupational Therapy.i have 1 year working experience and a published reseearch thesis.if you are intersted in more i can send my cv to you.please get back to me thanks

  8. Good Day
    Its a pleasure and joy for me to try to begin a new life in other foreign country trough your company

  9. aspinas sibanad says:

    I am a cabinet maker with exp

  10. Gibson Malunga says:

    looking forward to your response

  11. Wilson Tsvaira says:

    I wish to apply for a sponsored visa to Australia.

  12. Tokunbo Ajayi says:

    Sir am a military man here in Nigeria also an environmental health officer,I also learnt bricklayer work but I want to come to Australia where a d how do I start thanks.

  13. barrack komolani says:

    i am a qualified bricklayer and carpenter.i would like to learn trades and improve new skills