Education and professional development are two of the areas in which NRCME provides care and assistance to newly arrived migrants in Australia from Non-Western countries of the world. Our professional members work quite actively with schoolteachers, school administrators, school staff, and the immigrant families themselves to understand the gap areas that immigrant children faced, concerning school learning and the ways by which such gap areas can be addressed and overcome.

We provide immigrant families with educational resources that are helpful for immigrant children in catching up effectively with the lessons taught in class, while efforts are also made in briefing immigrant children about classroom culture to avoid any cultural shocks that these immigrant children may face due to diversified western culture.

For immigrants who are fairly well qualified, NRCME professionals guide such immigrants about training programs that they can be a part of, in case of dire need funds are also made available to them to support the fee of such courses to help them become self-sustainable.