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Since 2005, Cyba Recruitment have placed over 2,000 skilled trades and professional workers from the Philippines into Australian businesses. We continually achieve a success rate of 99% - our formula works!

We supply through a range of industries from the top boat builders in the world to major mining, engineering and fabrication firms right down to small one-man organisations.

Cyba Recruitment has a unique sourcing and selection process that is testament to our success. We directly employ a team in the Philippines that includes Engineers, Workplace Trainers, Occupational Health & Safety instructors, as well as English Teachers to ensure the standard of the applicant remains at the highest level.

Our "up-skill" program gives us the ability to train successful applicants to a client's specific requirements. All successful applicants take part in our Safety Induction Program to ensure there is a clear understanding of the Australian and International Safety Standards prior to departure. Failure to pass the induction results in no deployment.

We have a well established team based in Manila, Philippines.

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Brett McPhee

7 years overseas recruitment
Commercial and human resource background
13 years experience in asia

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John Rodgers

Multiple successful business ownership and development over a 20 year period
Trade qualifications: 1st Class Welder, Boilermaker

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Paul Groome

Teaching IELTS for 8 years in Philippines
BSc Biology
Registered Nurse

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Edith Lazich

7 years recruitment administration experience

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Jeliza Teneso

6 years document controlling 4 years visa processing

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Rodje Ybanez

Welding and mechanical coordinator
Worked in Australia workshops and site based
Cert III - Fabrication

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September 2009 Newsletter

Posted on 18 Oct 2009

Training Benchmarks applicable to all new Standard Business Sponsor application from 14th September 2009.

Any business seeking to become a Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) under the subclass 457 program is now required to show that relevant training has been, and will continue to be provided to Australian citizens and/or Australian permanent residents. The Training Benchmark concept is completely new in the context of the 457 program.

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