Australia’s Training and Research Visa (402) enables businesses to sponsor people to take part in temporary, structured, workplace-based training that will enhance the applicant’s skills in their current occupation, area of tertiary study or field of expertise.
If your business would like to sponsor someone for a Training and Research Visa (402) under the Occupational Trainee and Research Stream, you’ll first need to be approved as a Training and Research sponsor.
To gain approval as a sponsor, your business will need to demonstrate that it is:
If approved, your Training and Research Sponsorship will be valid for up to 3 years.
Interstaff has assisted businesses with their sponsorship requirements and obligations for over 30 years. We advise and assist with the requirements for your sponsorship application and ensure your business remains compliant with its sponsorship obligations at all times.
Businesses interested in understanding more about becoming a Training and Research sponsor are encouraged to contact our Registered Migration Agents servicing Perth, Melbourne and Sydney at email@example.com or by calling 08 9221 3388.
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