6 Point Day (Sydney) 5.4.2017 FULL

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5 Apr 2017

Time: 9:30 AM -4:45 PM
Venue: Sydney NSW
Cost: AU $ 450 (Inc. GST)
Members' Price $285.00

This event is now full. Please contact cpd@mia.org.au to eb placed on the wait list.

We are offering a discounted rate of $285 for members and $450 for non-members for those that enrol in the full 6 Point Day program. Due to the MARA limit of 25 for workshops, this offer is only available for the first 25 agents enrolled. Get in quickly and enrol today!

The 6 Point Day program comprises 2 workshops:

(1) Complex Issues & Case Studies: Subclass 457 and Temporary Work Visas

Time: 9.30 - 12.45pm

Educators: Mark Webster and Chris Carman

(2) Complex issues & Case Studies: Compliance and Documentation for Temporary Work visas

Time: 1.30 - 4.45pm

Educators: Mark Webster and Chris Carman

The above workshops will cover:

The above workshops cover the following areas:

  • Recent Policy and Procedural Developments
  • Identifying the Sponsoring Entity
  • Genuine Position
  • Charging for a Migration Outcome
  • Sponsorship Obligations
  • Checking Employee Work Rights

*Agents are also welcome to enrol in either of the workshops separately. See advertisement on our website.

Venue: The Grace Hotel, 77 York Street, Sydney

Level 2, The Yurra Room

Catering: Morning Tea, Light Lunch and Afternoon Tea will be provided.

Classification: The MARA Activity number is WK77. Attendance at both workshops will be worth 6 points.

Capacity: Due to Office of the MARA requirements, this workshop is limited to 25 places.

MIA Cancellation Policy:

The MIA retains the right to cancel any event, CPD or Conference. If an event is cancelled the Institute will immediately inform registered participants and issue either a refund or credit note.

MIA Refund Policy:

Due to Office of the MARA workshop capacity restrictions, unfulfilled registrations take up valuable places in MIA CPD courses. Reimbursement or the issuance of credit notes for those who fail to attend is entirely at the discretion of the MIA and will only be considered under compelling circumstances

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