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MACG Program

Minimum Australian Context Gap courses allow overseas-trained trade professionals the ability to transfer skills and experience gained overseas ready for trade work in Australia.

Australian Trade Training College currently offers a context gap course for electrotechnology.

As part of the MACG course requirements, students MUST be employed and undertaking their 12 months of Australian workplace experience. Work eligibility is assured once an OTSR is held by candidate not the MACG course.


10809NAT Course in Electrician - Minimum Australian Context Gap

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