Industry training hub now open for Burnie youth
A new Industry Training Hub will open in Burnie today, giving senior high school students in Tasmania’s north-west access to opportunities to build their skills and choose occupations that are in d
Jobs Fairs postponed as a precautionary measure for COVID-19
In response to the latest expert medical advice provided by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC), Commonwealth, State and Territory governments have agreed to provide public
More help to keep Aussie shelves stocked
Australia’s major supermarkets will temporarily be able to offer more hours to international student employees to help keep shelves stocked.
Minimising the impact of COVID-19 on child care
The Morrison Government is working with state and territory governments and the child care sector to minimise the impact of COVID-19.
$1.3 billion support package to keep apprentices and trainees on the job
The Morrison Government is backing apprentices and trainees as part of the Government’s Economic Response to the Coronavirus.
Building better construction careers
50 Tasmanians across the North West of the State will have the chance to build their own careers in the building and construction industry through the new $350,000 Building Futures Program.
United front in defence against COVID-19
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said today the safety of all Australians is the number one priority for all levels of government as they work together to address the im
Annual VET Policy and Compliance Summit 2020: Address on Government measures to strengthen VET in 2020
Check against delivery It is my pleasure to join you today, to speak about what this year — 2020 — has in store for the vocational education and training sector.
New facilities for students at New Hope School
Students with disability will benefit from new facilities at New Hope School in Dural paid for by the Coalition Government.
Townsville experts to lead search for rare earth minerals
Funding important research
A research project to develop a vaccine to fight food poisoning in chickens will share $6.4 million in Morrison Government funding.
Funding world-leading research to benefit Australians
The Morrison Government is providing $4.2 million to conduct research to benefit Australians, leading to new jobs and improved health outcomes.