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Funny Workplace Safety Training Video
 
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Small taste of the most unusual workplace safety training video ever produced.. A Reaper's Guide to OHS. This 4 min safety scene can be shown as an icebreaker for any workplace safety training session. Complete version: https://trainingvideoshop.com.au/training-video/ohs-classics-bundle/a-reapers-guide-to-ohs/ whilst entertaining and engaging, provides a general overview of occupational health and safety.
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MINING ENGINEER MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Mining Engineer working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Mining Engineer applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it. The engineer is shown the Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) which is a requirement of Engineers Australia to prove the applicant has the experience to work in Australia. Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Mining Engineer with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Engineers Australia is the assessing authority for engineers who migrate to Australia from the Philippines. Once the IELTS test has been passed and Engineers Australia has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the engineer application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Mining Engineer to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the engineer and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Mining Engineer must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Engineers living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Engineers being highly skilled professionals sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Mining Engineer has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com/ to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
Access to Justice and Extractive Industries
 
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Speakers: Aidan Davy, Richard Meeran, Juan Pablo Sáenz, Jake White Chair: Dr Veerle Heyvaert Recorded on 13 March 2014 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House. A panel of international legal and industry experts discuss the fraught world of environmental justice, human rights, minerals and mining and explain why it should be of concern to us all. The EJOLT project (Environmental Justice Organizations, Liabilities and Trade) will also launch its global map of environmental (in)justice. Aidan Davy is deputy president and senior program director at the International Council for Mining and Minerals (ICMM). Aidan has extensive experience with sustainable development and social responsibility issues, with a strong emphasis on the extractive industries. He has worked as an independent consultant for a range of multi-lateral/bilateral and private sector clients on many of the emerging challenges for the sector. Richard Meeran is a partner at Leigh Day & Co. Richard pioneered claims against UK-based multinationals, Cape PLC for 7,500 South African asbestos victims and Thor Chemicals for South African workers poisoned by mercury. Since 2004, Richard has worked with South African NGOs & gold miners on silicosis claims against Anglo American, and with Tanzanian villagers in a claim against African Barrick Gold. Juan Pablo Sáenz is a representative of the Amazon Defense Coalition and founding partner of Fromboliere Abogados. The ADC secured one of the largest judicial victories in environmental litigation history, which saw Chevron ordered to pay $9.5 billion in damages to remediate profound environmental, social and health impacts caused by its operations in Ecuador. Jake White is a environmental lawyer at Friends of the Earth. Jake has worked for Britain's Department of Trade and Industry, and the Department of Energy & Climate Change, designing a legislative structure to ensure waste and clean-up are paid for by operators. At FoE he works on climate and energy, in particular fracking which has involved working closely with local communities. This event is supported by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and the EJOLT (Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade) Project.
PRODUCTION MANAGER MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Production Manager working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Production Manager applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it.Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Production Manager with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Respall liaises with the Australian assessing authority.For example, VETASSESS. Once the IELTS test has been passed and assessing authority has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Production Manager to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the applicant and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Production Manager must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Professionals living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Professionals being highly skilled sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Production Manager has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com/ to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
MATERIALS ENGINEER MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Materials Engineer working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Materials Engineer applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it. The engineer is shown the Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) which is a requirement of Engineers Australia to prove the applicant has the experience to work in Australia. Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Materials Engineer with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Engineers Australia is the assessing authority for engineers who migrate to Australia from the Philippines. Once the IELTS test has been passed and Engineers Australia has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the engineer application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Materials Engineer to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the engineer and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Materials Engineer must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Engineers living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Engineers being highly skilled professionals sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Materials Engineer has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com/ to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Geotechnical Engineer working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Geotechnical Engineer applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it. The engineer is shown the Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) which is a requirement of Engineers Australia to prove the applicant has the experience to work in Australia. Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Geotechnical Engineer with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Engineers Australia is the assessing authority for engineers who migrate to Australia from the Philippines. Once the IELTS test has been passed and Engineers Australia has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the engineer application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Geotechnical Engineer to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the engineer and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Geotechnical Engineer must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Engineers living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Engineers being highly skilled professionals sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Geotechnical Engineer has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com/ to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
BUILDING AND ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Building And Engineering Technician working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Building And Engineering Technician applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it.Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Building And Engineering Technician with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Respall liaises with the Australian assessing authority. For example, VETASSESS. Once the IELTS test has been passed and assessing authorityhas provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Building And Engineering Technician to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the applicant and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Building And Engineering Technician must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Professionals living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Professionals being highly skilled sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Building And Engineering Technician has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DRAFTSPERSON MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Electronics Engineer working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Electronics Engineer applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it. The engineer is shown the Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) which is a requirement of Engineers Australia to prove the applicant has the experience to work in Australia. Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Materials Engineer with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Engineers Australia is the assessing authority for engineers who migrate to Australia from the Philippines. Once the IELTS test has been passed and Engineers Australia has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the engineer application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Electronics Engineer to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the engineer and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Electronics Engineer must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Engineers living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Engineers being highly skilled professionals sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. A Filipino Electronics Engineer has peace of mind knowing that Jose Respall, who is located in Sydney, Australia, is a registered migration agent as is the manager of his operation based in the Philippines and they must abide by the Code of Conduct as a breach of the code would see their licence being removed. A copy of the code of conduct is provided by Respall Migration Australia to their clients. Use this link Respall http://www.respall.com/ to get your copy of the first 4 chapters of Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines and start your journey to a new and better life! Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
Kiribati
 
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Kiribati , officially the Independent and Sovereign Republic of Kiribati, is an island nation in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. The permanent population is just over 100,000 on 800 square kilometres . The nation is composed of 32 atolls and one raised coral island, Banaba, dispersed over 3.5 million square kilometres, straddling the equator, and bordering the International Date Line at its easternmost point. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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ch 16) A Peoples War
 
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chapter 16: A People's History (Of The United States) Howard Zinn. ~ Chapter 16, "A People's War?", covers World War II, opposition to it, and the effects of the war on the people. Zinn, a veteran of the war himself, notes that "it was the most popular war the US ever fought," [p104] but states that this support may have been manufactured through the institutions of American society. He cites various instances of opposition to fighting (in some cases greater than those during World War I) as proof. Zinn also argues that the US's true intention was not fighting against systematic racism, since the US had this itself, such as with the Jim Crow laws (leading to opposition to the war from African-Americans). Another argument made by Zinn is that the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not necessary, as the U.S. government had already known that the Japanese were considering surrender beforehand. Other subjects from WWII covered include Japanese American internment and the bombing of Dresden. The chapter continues into the Cold War, which Zinn writes was used by the U.S. government to increase control over the American people (for instance, eliminating such radical elements as the Communist Party) and at the same time create a state of permanent war, which allowed for the creation of the military-industrial complex. Zinn believes this was possible because both conservatives and liberals willingly worked together in the name of anti-Communism. Also covered is US involvement in the Greek Civil War, the Korean War, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, and the Marshall Plan.
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MOBIT @ Third People's Minining Conference: A Message to Canadians Part 2 of 5
 
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Sister Stella Matutina Panalipdan! Mindanao Our project partner in Mindanao is Panalipdan-SMR (Southern Mindanao Region), panalipdan-smr.blogspot.com. Panalipdan-SMR is an alliance of organizations and individuals united in the defense of the environment, food security, land rights, and national patrimony against the plunder and destruction of the country's natural and mineral resources. Its membership is comprised of environmental advocates and activists, church people, academe, small-scale miners, youth, Lumad, and Moro organizations. --- Mobit Mindanao Mining Monitoring is a Canada-Philippines solidarity pilot project designed as a community-run, mobile blogging platform designed to provide social media literacy and infrastructure to remote, rural communities in the Southern Mindanao region of the Philippines. Mobit was created as a monitoring tool for those who are in the frontlines of dealing with environmental and human rights crisis brought about by Canadian mining operations in their region. Follow us on facebook: http://facebook.com/mobitmindanao on twitter: http://twitter.com/mobit_cc our website: http://mobit.cc Please sign our petition to end the practice of Mining corporation hiring private militias in the Philippines: http://www.pnoylovesminingmilitias.org/
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ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL NEC ENGINEER MIGRATING FROM PHILIPPINES TO AUSTRALIA
 
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Mabuhay! This video is presented by Jose Respall, the principal of Respall Migration Australia which was founded in 1999. If you are a Filipino Engineering Professional working in the Philippines or overseas in a country outside Australia here is a great opportunity for you. A chance to further your career in Australia. It is a land of opportunity with higher wages and a wonderful relaxed way of life. Joseis a registered migration agent who specialises in Australian immigration. The Respall agency is based in the Philippines as well as in Australia. Respall Migration Australia has helped hundreds of engineers from the Philippines to migrate successfully to Australia in the many disciplines of engineering such as civil engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering and production engineering. Respall Migration Australia are experts in how to migrate to Australia from the Philippines. The first step involves reading the first 4 chapters of Jose Respall's book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines. The book captures his 14 years of Australian immigration experience. Respall has made the first 4 chapters available in a downloadable e-book from the website at http://www.respall.com/. He has included real life Australian immigration case studies, hints and tips on how to migrate to Australia, technical information and the all-important code of conduct. The video outlines the process to receiving a visa to live in Australia. The Engineering Professional applicant must attend a review for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Respall Migration Australia Manila. This is done to help the applicant to pass it. The engineer is shown the Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) which is a requirement of Engineers Australia to prove the applicant has the experience to work in Australia. Respall Migration Australia documentation specialists assist the Naval Architect with each document to make sure it is correct - this includes improving their CV to Australian standards. Engineers Australia is the assessing authority for engineers who migrate to Australia from the Philippines. Once the IELTS test has been passed and Engineers Australia has provided a favourable letter the next step is for Respall Migration Australia to prepare an Expression of Interest and lodge it with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIPB). The department sends specific instructions regarding the engineer application for Australian immigration and Respall Migration Australia help the Engineering Professional to complete the requests. Once those requirements are met the department issues a visa grant for the engineer and their family members - if they are included in the application for Australian immigration. To start this whole process a Filipino Engineering Professional must email their CV to Respall Migration Australia for assessment. Engineers living in the Philippines can meet Respall Migration Australia in their Makati City office; those further away can Skype. The complete book Avoiding The Migration Minefield - How To Migrate To Australia From The Philippines will officially be launched in May 2014 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Respall Migration Australia. Respall Migration Australian principal Jose Respall says there is a real minefield when it comes to Australian immigration. Engineers being highly skilled professionals sometimes attempt to prepare their own visa applications but they can't be expected to know the Migration Act and keep up with Australian government changes to legislation which occur several times a year. One wrong answer or incorrect document can jeopardise the entire application. The other danger is the many unscrupulous and corrupt individuals who promise to help but really are only interested in taking the applicant's money and disappearing. Some have masqueraded as migration agents. The end result is usually the visa applicant losing a lot of money for no gain. Respall Migration Australia stresses the need for a genuine and valid visa application for Australian immigration. Credentials Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/95420/Code_of_Conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: https://www.mara.gov.au/media/152338/consumer_guide_english.pdf Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/
#10 - Project Builder
 
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Jose Respall from Respall Migration Australia, is a registered migration agent with over 17 years of experience of successfully assessing, lodging and managing SkillSelect for General Skilled Migration to Australia from the Philippines and explains the importance of lodging a ‘valid SkillSelect visa application’ and avoid penalties for supplying false or misleading information. Jose’s VISION is to see more eligible Filipinos migrate permanently to Australia. Under the current Skill Occupations List, an Accountant is in the Top 20 of occupations for Filipino’s to investigate when applying to migrate permanently to Australia. Therefore, Jose’s MISSION is to ensure that his eligible Filipino clients are better remunerated and fulfill satisfying careers, lifestyles and relationships in Australia. PROJECT BUILDER plan, organize, direct, control and coordinate the construction of civil engineering projects, buildings and dwellings, and the physical and human resources involved in building and construction. Indicative Skill Level: In Australia and New Zealand: Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1). Registration or licensing is required. Tasks Include: • interpreting architectural drawings and specifications • coordinating labour resources, and procurement and delivery of materials, plant and equipment • consulting with Architects, Engineering Professionals and other professionals, and Technical and Trades Workers • negotiating with building owners, property developers and subcontractors involved in the construction process to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget • preparing tenders and contract bids • operating and implementing coordinated work programs for sites • ensuring adherence to building legislation and standards of performance, quality, cost and safety • arranging submission of plans to local authorities • building under contract, or subcontracting specialized building services • overseeing the standard and progress of subcontractors' work • arranging building inspections by local authorities Occupations: 133112 Project Builder Jose Respall can be contacted at http://www.respall.com/index.php/contact-us. Initial assessing Links: Homepage: http://www.respall.com/ SkillSelect Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/skillselect-visa Partner Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/partner-visa Tourist Visa Australia Pathway: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/tourist-visa Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/respall/?pnref=lhc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/respallmigrationaustralia?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Credentials: Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: http://respall.com/downloads/code_of_conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: http://respall.com/downloads/consumer_guide_english.pdf Avoid the Migration Minefield Safely Migration to Australia from the Philippines: http://respall.com/index.php/the-book Resume Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV1NUSnkt8g Migration Law for Migration Agents: http://www.deakin.edu.au/ Vision and Mission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lA23iAGeTV8 Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/ Client Testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/skillselect-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/partner-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/tourist-testimonials
Small Business Grants Employment Incentive Bill 2015 23/6/15
 
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The speech of the member for Oatley reminds me of when I was the mother of an eight-week-old baby and a partner in a micro business involving a mum, a dad, a son and his wife. We decided to engage our first employee and the provisions in this bill would have been valuable at that time. That business has expanded and at times has employed up to 35 people. Helping micro businesses is a shot in the arm for our economy. Contrary to what members opposite say, the engine room of our national economy is not New South Wales but the small mum-and-dad businesses in our communities. Employing just one person represents a leap of faith for a small business that is working towards realising a vision. Micro businesses will benefit as a result of the passage of this legislation. Of course, the devil will be in the detail. This legislation must be a strategic element of an overall jobs vision. The Labor Party did not support the Payroll Tax Rebate Scheme (Jobs Action Plan) Amendment (Extension) Bill 2015 because it was too broad and there was no evidence that it would help enough people. In fact, the program was underspent and was therefore not as effective as it should have been. The Opposition wants to support good, visionary, strategic jobs outcomes. Government members talk regularly about job creation, but they do not talk about the unemployment figures in regional areas like mine. Hearing members opposite talk about jobs is painful for the unemployed, and particularly for mature workers who have lost their jobs as a result of transitions occurring in our economy. I was fortunate to hear a presentation by Dr Brent Jenkins of the Hunter Research Foundation at a recent Maitland Business Chamber lunch. Dr Jenkins talked about the need for a bold, innovative and bipartisan approach and the jobs transition underway in the mining industry. One of the examples he mentioned was driving jobs, which involve about 28 per cent of the economy. Driverless trucks are already used in the mining industry and Google has developed a driverless car. We know that we are on the brink of stunning technological change. The jobs that my children will do have not yet been invented. When I went to university the internet was in its infancy, only professors had access to email, and Facebook had not been invented. My 13-year-old daughter tells me that Facebook is old hat and that it is now all about texting and Tumblr. We must support the young people in our communities because they are our future workforce. What is it we need to transition to? Today in her Budget Speech the Treasurer talked about the move from a mining economy into a service economy. I refer her to the presentation by Dr Jenkins in which he talked about the problems of trying to replace the mining economy with a service economy, because the service sector does not create the same returns on investment that are achieved in the resources sector, particularly when it comes to value-adding. If the Government is serious about the service sector it would be interesting to see it reinstate the rail in my area, which was servicing the legal sector with the new law courts, the education sector with the new university buildings, tourism with the restaurants and the regional museum, and also heritage services around that region. If the Government is serious about investing in service jobs, how about some transport in the regions where we can deliver those services? We also need to look at the budget more thoroughly in order to provide strategies for our regions. Maitland Hospital, the Lower Hunter hospital, Metford hospital—whatever one wishes to call it—has been on the table for more than five years. We will not see finalised before the end of the 2016 financial year the initial $20 million commitment that was made in 2011. If that had been commenced at the beginning of this Government's first term we would have seen all the construction jobs involved in the process of building it and all the operational jobs that would have come from a new and bigger hospital. The same situation applies to the Maitland roundabout. It has been re-badged as new investment of $19 million but this project has again slipped under the radar and has got behind in its time frame. This Government is culpable for the jobs crisis in the Hunter because it had the funds and the projects ready to go but it did not spend the funds or complete those projects.
Auburn Coach Wife Kristi Malzahn Agrees with Match & eHarmony: Men are Jerks
 
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My advice is this: Settle! That's right. Don't worry about passion or intense connection. Don't nix a guy based on his annoying habit of yelling "Bravo!" in movie theaters. Overlook his halitosis or abysmal sense of aesthetics. Because if you want to have the infrastructure in place to have a family, settling is the way to go. Based on my observations, in fact, settling will probably make you happier in the long run, since many of those who marry with great expectations become more disillusioned with each passing year. (It's hard to maintain that level of zing when the conversation morphs into discussions about who's changing the diapers or balancing the checkbook.) Obviously, I wasn't always an advocate of settling. In fact, it took not settling to make me realize that settling is the better option, and even though settling is a rampant phenomenon, talking about it in a positive light makes people profoundly uncomfortable. Whenever I make the case for settling, people look at me with creased brows of disapproval or frowns of disappointment, the way a child might look at an older sibling who just informed her that Jerry's Kids aren't going to walk, even if you send them money. It's not only politically incorrect to get behind settling, it's downright un-American. Our culture tells us to keep our eyes on the prize (while our mothers, who know better, tell us not to be so picky), and the theme of holding out for true love (whatever that is—look at the divorce rate) permeates our collective mentality. Even situation comedies, starting in the 1970s with The Mary Tyler Moore Show and going all the way to Friends, feature endearing single women in the dating trenches, and there's supposed to be something romantic and even heroic about their search for true love. Of course, the crucial difference is that, whereas the earlier series begins after Mary has been jilted by her fiancé, the more modern-day Friends opens as Rachel Green leaves her nice-guy orthodontist fiancé at the altar simply because she isn't feeling it. But either way, in episode after episode, as both women continue to be unlucky in love, settling starts to look pretty darn appealing. Mary is supposed to be contentedly independent and fulfilled by her newsroom family, but in fact her life seems lonely. Are we to assume that at the end of the series, Mary, by then in her late 30s, found her soul mate after the lights in the newsroom went out and her work family was disbanded? If her experience was anything like mine or that of my single friends, it's unlikely. And while Rachel and her supposed soul mate, Ross, finally get together (for the umpteenth time) in the finale of Friends, do we feel confident that she'll be happier with Ross than she would have been had she settled down with Barry, the orthodontist, 10 years earlier? She and Ross have passion but have never had long-term stability, and the fireworks she experiences with him but not with Barry might actually turn out to be a liability, given how many times their relationship has already gone up in flames. It's equally questionable whether Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw, who cheated on her kindhearted and generous boyfriend, Aidan, only to end up with the more exciting but self-absorbed Mr. Big, will be better off in the framework of marriage and family. (Some time after the breakup, when Carrie ran into Aidan on the street, he was carrying his infant in a Baby Björn. Can anyone imagine Mr. Big walking around with a Björn?)
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