Can Indian doctors work in Australia? The answer is, of course, yes. India provides one of the largest sources of overseas doctors or International Medical Graduates (IMGs) working in Australia at both a trainee doctor as well as specialist level.
Visas for General Practitioners
Health Workforce Certificate ? a new requirement for employer sponsored visas
Visas for General Practitioners: Health Workforce Certificate ? a new requirement for employer sponsored visas commenced on 11 March 2019.
New requirements for employers sponsoring overseas doctors to work in Australia will commence on 11 March 2019. When employers lodge employer nomination applications for a Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa, Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visas or Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa for an overseas trained doctor (OTD) in any of the occupations listed below, they must ensure the application includes a Health Workforce Certificate issued by a Rural Workforce Agency.
Overseas Trained Doctors (OTDs) (referred to as international medical graduates by the Medical Board of Australia) may be eligible to practise, under supervision, in a declared area of need position in Australia. The Medical Board of Australia (MBA) has an approved registration standard for limited registration for area of need. Where an OTD is seeking to work in a general practice area of need position, an assessment of prior general practice experience and a PESCI may be required.
Once you've achieved registration in Australia, you'll want to know more about the everyday practicalities of working as a doctor in this country.
In this section you'll find brief overviews of information specific to working as a general practitioner (GP), as a hospital non-specialist and as a specialist.
Indian MD/MSDegree is not recognized in Australia or any developed country.
Many Indians including Indian doctors are living and practicing here in Australia. Salary and work life balance is good here.You can search in here and check many are working for past couple of years. Many GP doctors in Lawton, Sydney, Melbourne and likewise are practicing in Australian medical centers.
Normally, as a permanent resident, your visa will let you leave and come back into Australia for up to five years from the date it was granted. After five years, if you want to leave and return to Australia as a permanent resident, you must have a Five Year Resident Return visa.
The opportunities down under are as expansive as the continent making it a favorite among people seeking Australia immigration and Australia PR.
The country is thriving with job and business opportunities in aquaculture, mining, tourism, farming, service, horticultural, viticulture and IT industries as well as the health care industry.
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Training visa (subclass 407)
How Training Visa 407 Helps?
A training visa allows you to visit Australia and participate in an occupational training or professional development Stream
This visa allows you to:
Take part in workplace-based training to enhance your skills in your current occupation, area of tertiary study, field of expertise
Participate in a professional development training programme in Australia.
Visa Duration (Length of stay)
From 6 months Up to 2 years
Benefits of the visa
The training visa subclass 407 allows you to:
While you are in Australia, you and your family must:
As an occupational trainee, you must:
Participate fully in the occupational training or professional development programme you were nominated for (you cannot stop participating) Not do any work, other than in relation to your approved training programme
Not become unemployed, leave your training to work for someone else, or work for someone else in a second job
Not do any other activities that could affect your participation in the training programme
Tell your sponsor if your personal circumstances change, such as if you cannot continue the training
Tell your sponsor if you have any concerns about the training programme.
How to Apply
Documents required from the Applicant translated in English:
Questions to be answered by the applicant:
Once we receive all the above information and documents, New Era Institute will assess the applications and get back to you.
Assessment process - if the application is accepted by New Era Institute then we issue the invoice for payment as follows:
After receiving the full fee, New Era Institute will nominate, develop and provide the training plan program customized for the applicant including the training needs analysis to be lodged by the migration agent for the visa application process.
The Structure of the professional development training sessions:
The applicant is required to attend a minimum of 30 hours per week.
More information can be found on
SKILLED OCCUPATION LIST OF MIGRANTS 2020
CANADA/ AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND OCCUPATION LIST
FOR Doctors & OTHERS
|Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist|
|Medical Diagnostic Radiographer|
|Medical Laboratory Scientist|
|Medical Practitioners nec|
|Medical Radiation Therapist|
|Nuclear Medicine Technologist|
|Obstetrician and Gynecologist|
|Orthotics or Prosthetics|
|Other Spatial Scientist|
|Obstetrician and Gynecologist|
|Physicist (Medical Physicist only)|
|Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon|
|Primary Health Organization Manager|
|Renal Medicine Specialist|
|Specialist Physician (General Medicine)|
|Thoracic Medicine Specialist|
|Nursing Clinical Director|
|Primary Health Organization Manager|
|Registered Nurse (Aged Care)|
|Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health)|
|Registered Nurse (Community Health)|
|Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency)|
|Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)|
|Registered Nurse (Disability and Rehabilitation)|
|Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)|
|Registered Nurse (Medical)|
|Registered Nurse (Mental Health)|
|Registered Nurse (Pediatrics)|
|Registered Nurse ( Perioperative Care )|
|Registered Nurse (Surgical)|
|Registered Nurses NEC|
|Air-conditioning and Mechanical Services Plumber|
|Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic|
|Child Care Centre Manager|
|Civil Engineering Draftsperson|
|Computer Network and Systems Engineer|
|Construction Project Manager|
|Diesel Motor Mechanic|
|Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher|
|Electrical Engineering Draftsperson|
|Electrical Engineering Technician|
|Electrical Lines worker**|
|Electrician (Special Class)|
|Electronic Equipment Trades Worker|
|Emergency Medicine Specialist|
|Fitter and Turner|
|Intensive Care Specialist|
|Motor Mechanic (General)|
|Painting trades workers|
|Production Manager (Mining)**|
|Production or Plant Engineer**|
|Radio Communications Technician|
|Secondary School Teacher|
|Sheet metal Trades Worker|
|Small Engine Mechanic|
|Special Education Teachers|
|Special Needs Teacher|
|Teacher of the Hearing Impaired|
|Teacher of the Sight Impaired|
|Technical Cable Jointer|
|Telecommunications Field Engineer|
|Telecommunications Network Engineer|
|Telecommunications Network Planner**|
|Telecommunications Technical Officer or Technologist|