Welcome to Filipino Skills Website

The Philippines has a global reputation as being a source for skilled and dedicated loyal workers.  Filipinos are friendly and easily adapt to different cultural environments. Wherever one travels around the world, you will meet Filipinos working – from shipping companies, hospitals, to service and hospitality sectors or manual trades.  These are just some reasons why many countries are currently hiring Filipino staff.  English is widely spoken in the Philippines and can easily pick up other languages.

BNAC is dedicated in finding skilled migrants for employers with experience, values, and a work attitude meeting employers’ requirements.  Likewise, migrants should have these traits to maintain and enhance the organizational performance from clients worldwide.  In partnership with our New Zealand Company, Immigration Placement Services, Ltd., BNAC is able to source skilled migrants from around the world.  We have successfully placed hundreds of migrants with employers in New Zealand.  With the recent changes to German immigration laws (now similar to New Zealand), BNAC has the experience and skills in helping German employers obtain the skilled workers that they cannot obtain locally.


Gain experience to be part of a German family to learn new culture and traditions

  • Male or Female
  • 18-26 years old
  • Had completed educational/vocational training (a graduate or a licensed Nurse is an advantage)
  • Can demonstrate light housework
  • Can speak English
  • Reliable and curious
  • Willing to learn German Language (at least A1 level)


‘Au pair’ German language expo launched

    The BNAC German Language Expo held its successful Philippine launch on February 4, with invited Filipino parents and… Read More

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Rina works as a private nurse in February 2015 Germany. With German approval in a disabled home.

Au pair German language program

The BNAC German Language Au Pair Training Program opens today, March 24. Filipino college students, nurses and graduates, aged 18… Read More