The AISI free seminar on September 8 in Athens is a unique opportunity to learn about working and studying in Australia, getting a work visa and immigration information from the experts.
With Greece’s unemployment rate being the highest in the European Union, Greeks are looking for opportunities outside the physical borders of their country to study and work.
A popular option for Greek job seekers is Australia, a country far away from Europe but with a brilliant record of job creation and the largest “Greek city” outside of Greece, Melbourne.
Greek-Australian Roula Tsiolas, Chief Executive Officer of AISI (Australian Industrial Systems Institute), offers a unique opportunity to obtain accurate and detailed information on employment and educational opportunities in Australia. AISI will be conducting a free seminar in Athens on September 8, to provide information about training and study opportunities in Australia for business, engineering, automotive building & construction, and English language.
What is unique about what an AISI education provides compared to other institutions is that all qualifications are accredited and nationally recognized by the regulatory bodies of Australia. The institute’s student services staff provide assistance to prospective students in both English and Greek. According to the Greek-Australian educational executive, “the prospect of employment for graduates in Australia is high.”
Topics that will be covered in the highly anticipated September 8 seminar include the cost of living in Australia, migration information provided by a specialist in the immigration field, and how to get trade skills recognized in the country.
“Highly skilled workers are greatly needed in Australia. According to the Australian Department of Immigration, these jobs are in high demand. People in trade professions can be sponsored by either the Australian state governments or Australian employers or they can apply for a visa to Australia as a skilled trades person.
“We are excited to give the opportunity to attendees to make individual appointments with AISI representatives in the days following the seminar itself,” said Tsiolas.
“People need to be able to make choices about their prospects of having their trade skills recognized in Australia. We believe that these free sessions can provide the information and assistance that people need to make the most informed decisions.”