Subclass 407 Training Visa: Eligibility and Focus
The Subclass 407 Training Visa is a temporary visa designed for individuals to visit Australia to complete workplace-based training, to improve their skills for their current occupation, area of tertiary study or field of expertise, or a professional development training program.
There are three types of occupational training covered by this visa:
Occupational training required for registration
Occupational training to improve skills in an eligible occupation
Occupational training for capacity building overseas. This includes overseas qualifications, government support or professional.
Eligibility for the Subclass 407 visa includes:
Nomination: An employer or an approved sponsor must nominate the individual for the visa and provide details of the proposed training program.
Genuine temporary entrant: The individual must be a genuine temporary entrant to Australia, meaning they intend to stay in Australia temporarily and will comply with their visa conditions.
Health and character requirements: The individual must meet the health and character requirements for the visa.
English language proficiency: The individual must demonstrate that they have sufficient English language proficiency to participate in the training program.
Skills and qualifications: The individual must have the skills and qualifications necessary to participate in the training program.
For further advice as to whether the Subclass 407 visa option is suitable, speak to one of our Registered Migration Agents today. We can speak to you regarding your individual circumstances and guide you through the process.
Disclaimer: The information provided herein is of a general nature only and does not constitute immigration advice. For more detailed and case-specific information or advice, please contact SCA Connect.