Training Visa (Subclass 407)

Training Visa Australia (Subclass 407)

The Training Visa Australia, also known as the Training Visa (Subclass 407), enables employers to sponsor employees for workplace training in occupational training activities and professional development activities. This visa is a possible option for employees who are unable to meet the requirements of the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa (Subclass 482).

The Training Visa Australia (Subclass 407) can be granted for up to 2 years, allowing visa holders to continue working for their sponsor while undertaking training as per a structured training plan provided by the employer. This visa is specifically designed to facilitate three types of occupational training in Australia.

  • Occupational training required for registration
  • Occupational training to improve skills in an eligible occupation
  • Occupational training for capacity building overseas

To be eligible for the Training Visa Australia, applicants must meet certain criteria:

  1. The applicant must be nominated by an approved sponsor.
  2. The applicant must have at least 12 months of experience in the nominated occupation within the last 24 months.

The Training Visa Australia offers a valuable opportunity for individuals seeking to enhance their skills and gain practical training in their respective fields. If you are considering applying for this visa, it is essential to meet the specified requirements and ensure you have the necessary qualifications and experience.

FAQs –

What is the visa validity of subclass 407?

Subclass 407 can be granted up to 2 years, though it varies from case to case.

Will I get a bridging visa while the onshore visa application is processing?

Yes, as per the Australian migration law, Subclass 407 visa applied onshore is eligible for bridging visa while processing of visa is underway.