Aide Australasia, an organization with a primary goal to help all qualified professionals in the Asia Pacific Region achieve their dreams of studying and working in Australia.
Aide Australasia provides end-to-end assistance, from taking university programs to gaining employment and hopefully to receiving residency. Since February 2013, Aide Australasia has been conducting free seminars to Filipino nurses, starting with a successful series in Davao City. For next year, the organization is planning to hold a Manila leg of the free seminars to also assist Filipino nurses in Metro Manila on the correct information they need to work in hospitals in Australia and New Zealand.
Led by Filipino-Australian Ms. Joie Lacson, a registered nurse with 26 years of experience in the Australian workforce, Aide Australasia is the first organization to offer a full-service delivery program and the support of knowledgeable and experienced experts in helping other professionals achieve their Australian dream. With core values that include integrity and accountability, the people behind Aide Australasia are committed to work with Filipino professionals every step of the way to ensure that their paperwork is completed accurately and efficiently.
“One of the challenges among professionals who work abroad is getting much-needed help and assistance—from looking for the right schools, securing professional license to residency. We understand that this might be a difficult process, so we have developed Aide Australiasia as a one-stop-shop service to assist and provide guidance to eligible professionals every step of the way,” explained AA Director Joie Lacson. “With our help, the chances of achieving success on Australian shores are maximized. We make it a point to be there for those who will seek our help, whenever they have any queries or issues.”
To ensure that professionals can get the best training and additional education they need, AA partnered with key schools and universities in every Australian state, including New South Wales University, Flimers University, University of Adelaide and Melbourne University.
AA launched their services in the Philippines last year by holding free seminars for Filipino nurses in Davao City and Iloilo City. The organization is scheduled to hold free seminars in other key cities in the Philippines for Filipino nurses within next year.
For more information on how Aide Australasia can help fulfill your goal of living and working in the Land Down Under, please visit www.aideaustralasia.com .
You can also receive helpful tips to make your journey more successful by visiting our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aide.australasia.