As a student visa holder you have the right to work 20 hours per week or 40 hours every two weeks during the school period. And you can even work full-time during your school holidays.
This is an unique advantage, as it gives you the chance to gain work experience in an international working environment, and the opportunity to help you facilitate the cost of living abroad.
A casual job can help you:
STB Australia have extensive experience in helping students finding the best school choice, course and location based on their specific needs and budget.
We understand that many of our students have a need to work whilst studying so they can have an income to help them pay the bills.
If you are in Sydney make sure you visit our office, our qualified team will go through a thorough consulting session and find the best option for you combining Study Time + Breaks (school holidays), giving you more free time to work (everything under the Australian Student VISA regulations).
Our team will help you with the right tools and expertise so you can feel more confident to search, apply and find a casual job.
Here are some of the topics we will cover with you:
If you are a student visa holder, most of the casual work openings are related to hospitality, labor and nanny roles.
Those job openings might require you to have a specific certification, before you can start working.
Such certifications are short courses (usually 1 day course) that will give you the necessary training and guidelines for you to perform your job.
STB AUSTRALIA works in partnership with a registered training organization, operating in accordance with the national guidelines of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) and the requirements of the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) as set down by both Commonwealth and State Government authorities.
The Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate is mandatory to work in Australia where alcohol is served and sold. This includes bars, clubs, restaurants, licensed cafes, events and bottle shops.
The White Card course is designed to raise awareness of best and safe practices so as to eliminate risks that cause injuries and fatalities in the work place. If you want to work, in the Construction industry, you need to complete a WHS White Card course to do so.
Australians love their coffee! And behind every great coffee is a great barista! Whether you are already working in the hospitality industry or hoping to break into it, our Barista Skills training course is a great way for you to develop the necessary skills you will need in order to make great coffees for your customers.
Whether you are already working in the Bar Services industry or hoping to break into it, this course is a great way for you to develop the necessary skills needed for success.
If you want to get a Traffic Control job, you are required by the RMS (Roads and Maritime Services) to complete a Blue Card course.
First Aid training course could make all the difference when it comes to saving someone's life. If you are looking for a casual work as a nanny, both parents or Nanny agencies might require you to have a first aid training.
CPR is a vital skill to have. If someone’s heart stops beating, it only takes 3 to 4 minutes before that person becomes brain dead due to lack of oxygen. By performing CPR, you keep the blood circulating, which carries much needed oxygen around the body.
Completion of the RCG Certificate is required before applying for an Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing (OLGR) Photo Competency Card to work in the gambling industry.