Under this scheme (TWES) an employer/company can apply to bring an overseas / non -EU citizen or member of employees to the UK for a limited period of work experience or professional training.
If the applicant is coming to the UK to benefit your UK operations, then they will need a work permit. A TWES permit will only be granted to a person who is engaged in a capacity additional to the normal staffing requirements of the employer. The differences and similarities between permits for training, and permits for work experience are explained below:
This allows to people to enter in UK to receive training that is not without difficulty available in their own country. To qualify, the training should normally lead to a recognized professional qualification. You should have:
You can be permitted entry to the UK for up to 3 years.
Work Experience Scheme
The Work Experience Scheme is usually for 1 year but can be increased to 2 years.
If one have a TWES permit for 12 months or under, one must spend at least 12 months out side the UK before you can come back in a work capacity. If you have a TWES permit for over 12 months, you must spend at least 24 months outside the UK before being able to return.
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