I am a British qualified Occupational Therapist with 4 years post grad experience. I am considering working in Australia for 12 18 months, what are my options?
Depending on which state you secure work, you may need to have your qualifications assessed by the Council of Occupational Therapists Registration Board. This process can take up to 12 weeks so ensure you have initiated this well before you wish to travel. Alternatively, if you gain New Zealand registration you can apply for a state licence, except in Western Australia, through the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition agreement. It is possible to be sponsored in a metropolitan or regional location for the length of your contract. For further information please contact us. I am a 35yr old Occupational Therapist, working in Canada, and want to take six months unpaid leave from my current position to explore New Zealand. I know that I am not eligible for a working holiday visa. Is there any opportunity for me to work for some of that time? Provided that you hold current registration with NZOT Global Health Source can assist you with a short term contract in New Zealand and assist you to change
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