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Air-Conditioning Installer story in New Zealand

22 May '19

Here is my NZ story 

I was working as an electrical engineer in Singapore construction company before I decided to move to NZ. My friends advised me to contact JPC for assistance. After initial communication, JPC was helping me to go through the electrical registration with EWRB (www.EWRB.govt.nz), as it was the most important step. Once registration has been completed JPC advised me to come to New Zealand. Their Immigration Adviser Luz assisted with the successful visitor visa application. On my arrival, I ‘ve got to the Electrical Theory course the same day!

That was a lucky coincidence, as I studied for a week and set exams the following week. I was lucky again, I passed the exams!

When I have completed the course, I started looking for a job but could not get very far on my own.

I approached ob Placement Consultants again.

Soon after my application, they arranged a job interview for me to work in a company installing air-conditioning units and heat pumps. I had to pass a practical trial before I was offered a job.

JPC helped again to apply for the work-to-residence visa because Electricians are in th eLong Term Shortage list. I am very grateful to Olia and Jennifer for all their help.

It was easy and happy working with the team.

Jenifer provided me full support with the course booking and all admin work, Olia found an employer and instructed how to behave on the interview, Luz was working on Immigration side of things.

Without a doubt, they are a friendly and helpful team and I did enjoy our journey together.

Thank you Job Placement Consultants team & Best Regards,

R.

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