Assorted Care & Wellbeing

Aged Care

  • Aged care is the support provided to older people in their own home or in an aged care (nursing) home. It can include;
  • help with everyday living
  • assistive equipment and home modifications
  • personal care and health care
  • accommodation.

Different types of organisations provide aged care services in Australia, including:

  • not-for-profit organisations
  • government organisations
  • for-profit private companies.

Aged care also help people to:

  • stay connected to your community
  • be more independent
  • take care of your health and safety
  • meet your cultural and social needs.

Aged Care Registered Nurses (RN’s)

New Regulations: Providers must have at least one RN on-site and on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at each residential facility they operate, so the demand for Registered Nurses is now at an ‘all-time-high’ in addition to the numerous positions that are also in critical demand such as, Enrolled Nurses, Personal Care Workers, Chefs and Cooks, Recreational Officers and Home workers.

The Aged Care Work industry has also just been awarded a 15% increase in wages for:

  • registered nurses
  • enrolled nurses
  • assistants in nursing
  • personal care workers and home care workers
  • head chefs and cooks
  • recreational activities officers (lifestyle workers).

Massage Therapist – Remedial Massage Therapist

A Massage Therapist treats the musculoskeletal system and provides options to improve clients’ health and wellbeing. Types of massage techniques used can be such as deep tissue, trigger point, manual lymph drainage, myofascial, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF advanced massage technique used to help reset muscle holding patterns) or a range of specialised treatments for people with chronic health conditions.

Massage Therapists will also have a vast knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology as well as effective communication skills to deal with clients, health professionals and the health system.

Beauty Therapist

Use creative and artistic skills and the full range of face and body treatments including facials, makeup, body massage, waxing, lash and brow treatments, aromatherapy, spray tan, and skills in retail and sales operations.

Additionally they may be familiar with reflexology, Indian head massage and hot stone massage, intense pulsed light and laser hair reduction treatments.


A Hairdresser has developed skills in cutting hair using clippers and scissors. Is familiar with how to shampoo, condition and rinse hair, and how to dry and style hair using brushes, combs, rollers and other equipment.

If you are passionate about haircare, styling and hair colour transformation, and you are a hairdresser, you could pave the way to an exciting and rewarding career.

It may seem quite simple but demand for hairdressers continues to grow across Australia, with forecasts predicting employment numbers to reach 79,000 by 2024. This means Hairdressing has high job opportunities with rising demands for Skilled migrants.

So, if you are a fully qualified in any of these professions (including ‘on-the-job’ experience in certain circumstances), Please complete the ‘FREE – NO OBLIGATION GENERAL ENQUIRY’ form below which will help us to assess your basic eligibility in applying for migration to Australia, and/or to assess if you are eligible to progress towards migrating to Australia. We will reply to your enquiry within 1-2 business days outlining the pathways available to you.


If you would like to get a great qualification IN Australia why not become a Student in one of the above professions, kick off a great career to earn a great wage? You can even work whilst you study. Check out our Student Visa page HERE 

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