The Australian Institute of Electrotechnology (AUSINET) is taking expressions of interest to organise a charter plane to Darwin, Australia for students coming from the Philippines departing from Manila in the next few months.
In addition to the application fees, you will have to stay in quarantine and pay for your flight, which is approximately $3.800 AUD all together.
Please note the the flight is a tentative flight and quarantine spots are not guaranteed. First step is to apply for the course and to have your student visa granted.
What courses are available?
AUSINET is currently offering the following courses in Darwin.
- Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician
- Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control
- Diploma of Electrical and Instrumentation
To enrol at any of the courses mentioned above, you will need to have completed Australian Year 11 or equivalent, have an overall IELTS score of 5.5, must be over 18 years old and need to take Ausinet’s maths.
Other requirements might be needed such as have the ability to climb a ladder, crawl through ceiling, perform first aid and CPR Cardiopulmonary
Why you will love AUSINET
The Australian Institute of Electrotechnology is a specialised training organisation. Their trainers are specialists in Instrumentation and electrical trade with over 20 years experience.
They are regularly engaged in contract roles as consultants and techs which helps to stay updated with the industry requirements.
For more information about the courses offered by The Australian Insitute of Electrotechnology, and start an application, you just have to register and choose an education expert to guide you and resolve any concerns you might have, as well as advise you for free even in your visa process.