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prajapati 08-31-2009 08:54 AM

Medical Transcription-Visa
 
Hi everybody

Whoever has information on Medical Transcription field and its immigration visa opportunities in Australia please report

Vikram

Susan Wareham McGrath 09-19-2009 10:52 AM

Hi prajapati

The URL below is to Australia's Skilled Occupation List, which lists the skilled occupations which are acceptable for permanent and temporary skilled migration to Australia.

http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1121i.pdf

Best regards
Susan

Raveesh 04-28-2010 03:48 PM

Hi Susan

I am just wondering under which Skilled Occupation List (SOL) does 'Medical Transcription' fall under?

As this profession can't be found anywhere in the SOL, does it mean that there is no assessing authority in Australia which can do the skills assessment for Medical Transcription? If yes, which is the Assessing Authority which I need to address to ?

Thanks and regards

Raveesh

Wanderer 04-29-2010 05:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raveesh (Post 13817)
Hi Susan

I am just wondering under which Skilled Occupation List (SOL) does 'Medical Transcription' fall under?

As this profession can't be found anywhere in the SOL, does it mean that there is no assessing authority in Australia which can do the skills assessment for Medical Transcription? If yes, which is the Assessing Authority which I need to address to ?

Thanks and regards

Raveesh

It is not on the SOL because it is not considered a skilled occupation for immigration and thus no assessment and no immigration.

If by Medical transcripter you mean someone who types up a medical report from a Doctors audio delivery, here in Australia the people who do that have usually just developed their skills from working in medical practices.

There may now be some short courses that people can do but nothing that'll lead to a qualification to warrant it ever being considered at a SOL level.




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