12 Feb Training Visa (Subclass 407) Occupation List
The Training Visa (subclass 407) is a temporary visa that allows individuals to come to Australia to participate in occupational training or professional development. This visa is intended for individuals who want to improve their skills in their chosen field or gain exposure to new practices and technologies. The visa holders are not allowed to work while they are in Australia on this visa and must have a valid sponsorship from an approved sponsor.
The Subclass 407 visa is a temporary visa for individuals in Australia who want to participate in occupational training or professional development, including in-service training, structured workplace learning, or professional development training.
Some important points to note about the Subclass 407 visa include:
- The visa is valid for up to 2 years.
- The training or professional development must be relevant to the individual’s occupation and must be approved by the relevant assessing authority.
- The individual must be sponsored by a business, organization, or government agency, and the sponsor must provide a training plan.
- The individual must have sufficient financial means to support themselves during their stay in Australia.
- The individual must have adequate arrangements for health insurance.
- The individual must not have a criminal record or pose a security risk to Australia.
What is the Legislative Instrument 19/050 and how to be eligible for a 407 Visa
The LIN 19/050 instrument was introduced to clarify the requirements for the training and professional development plan that sponsors are required to provide when sponsoring a person for a Subclass 407 visa.
The occupation list for the Training Visa (subclass 407) is known as the Legislative Instrument 19/050. This list is a compilation of occupations that are eligible for sponsorship under the Training Visa (subclass 407) program.
The 3 types of streams in the Training visa (Subclass 407)
- Type 1 – occupation training required for registration.
- Type 2 – occupation training to enhance skills; and
- Type 3 – occupation training for capacity building, including overseas qualification, government support and professional development.
Training visa (Subclass 407) allows you to receive workplace-based training under the occupational training program, the program should:
- comprise of full-time training; and
- at least 70% of the training must be conducted at the workplace (with classroom or teaching environment no more than 30% of the visa).
The training program should include an assessment of your current skill level, training needs, details of your supervisor, trainers, and assessors, learning outcomes and how your progress will be monitored and assessed.
Individually structured training
Training visa (Subclass 407) can also allow you to receive individually structure training. The training program must be structured or tailored to your individual training needs.
The program should:
- differentiate between periods of work experience and periods of training or observation.
- outline the training objective, time frames and tasks.
- assess your current level of skill, and
- outline any additional or enhanced skills you are hoping to gain.
Occupational training for registration
Training visa (Subclass 407) also allows you to receive occupational training required for registration in order to work in an occupation. The training must be necessary for you to obtain registration or membership or licensing in Australia or in your home country which is mandatory for you to be employed in your occupation.
This is workplace training, and you must already have the appropriate qualifications and experience to undertake occupational training.
In addition, you must not already be working in the nominated occupation or are seeking to obtain a qualification.