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Satisfying Your Training Benchmark Requirements

As an organisation that works closely with migration agents and lawyers, we understand the requisite need for your clients to fulfil Training Benchmark requirements in the process of a 457 and 186 visa.

At Ausskill, we provide an auditable, structured program that satisfies all requirements of Training Benchmark B. We offer a same-day service delivery of necessary plans and documentation, and are flexible in offering delivery of our training plans at the client’s location if requested.

Our training and development plans cover a broad spectrum of industries, and can be tailored to suit preferences or requirements.

 

We have revised our commission rates to ensure that you will receive the most competitive rates in the market as well as providing quality service.

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*Only applicable for our Online (E-learning) training, for all other training methods, you will receive 35% - 55% commission rate.

 

In line with our commitment to providing you the best support possible, we have come up with a Commission Match Guarantee programme. If there are other training service providers who are able to give you a higher commission than ours – we will match the commission and provide you with a same day service for meeting the requirements of Training Benchmark B.

 

How does it work?

Simple, just email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and provide us with a quotation from another training service provider and we will match their commission rate.

 

We value quality over everything else.

You can be assured that the training documents which include a detailed training invoice and dated training receipt are meticulously prepared to ensure that all details are accurate and that the needs of your clients are met.

Our training plans are comprehensive and detailed in accordance to the training needs of the client and it satisfies all the training requirements set out by DIBP. As such all our courses are approved by Australian training standards.

This is a validation of our commitment in setting high quality standards in whatever work we do and in always aiming to give you and your clients the best.

 

Download Our Order Form To Kickstart The Training Process

 

You can call us at 1300 734 711 (Option 2) or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more about how we can assist you in satisfying your Training Benchmark Requirements!

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