Are you working in the Child Care industry,
own a Child Care centre or looking for career opportunities?
Gain exclusive insight from two renowned industry leaders.
Our CEO and Principal Migration Consultant Melanie Macfarlane, who has extensive knowledge about VISA Pathways within the childcare industry and Barbara Galati, a specialist in Child Care recruiting and training and assessing, who will give you valuable tips on what to look for when finding an ideal candidate as well as how to be job-ready.
Join our webinar to discover:
– The Benefits of Sponsoring a Child Care Educator
– How to find a qualified candidate or employer using our new MM Job Portal
– How to increase staff retention or stay in Australia to obtain Permanent Residence
– The values, beliefs, knowledge and skills required to be a successful candidate
– Recognise attributes the Child Care industry is looking for
– What is a Training Visa and Training Plan
You will also have the opportunity to ask VISA and recruitment-related questions directly to our speakers.
Access industry insights through this one of a kind event and register now.
CEO and Principal Migration Consultant (MARN 0319166)
Melanie Macfarlane is the CEO and Principal Migration Consultant of MM Migration (MARN 0319166) and has over 15 years’ experience within the immigration industry. Melanie has been providing the childcare industry with immigration assistance for 10 of these years and during this time has worked with many centres throughout regional and metropolitan Australia. Last year she presented to all the HR Managers and CEOs of the large childcare groups such as Goodstart, Guardian and Only About Children about the latest changes in immigration and the subsequent implications on their workforce.
Melanie specialises in Skilled visas, Training visas and sponsor visas. MM Migration & Recruitment have helped thousands of Migrants achieve their professional and migration goals.
Trainer Assessor and Child Care Recruiter
Barbara Galati has been working in the early childhood education industry for over 25 years. Initially as Director and managed a sixty-place community based for 10 years. Barbara also represented an early childhood corporate organisation and liaised with government departments to assist families in finding approved childcare placements while undertaking activities such as job search, work, study or rehabilitation as part of an employment pathway plan, to help parents enter or re-enter the workforce.
Barbara has worked as a Trainer and Assessor for 15 years delivering the Early Childhood qualification, including the Certificate III and Diploma of Early Childhood Education as well as VET In schools program. Barbara has maintained close contact with the industry while training to ensure innovation and currency. Barbara also designs, develops and monitors Work-Based Training Plans for on the job training.
Monday, March 22nd
5:00 p. m SYD Time