Making graduates more job ready
University graduates will be better prepared for work and more employable.
Delivering medical training for regional students
More medical students will study at regional universities in an effort to increase the number of doctors in regional Australia.
Supporting children in the digital age
The impact of digital technology on Australian children will be investigated in a world-first study funded by the Morrison Government.
Skills Ministers unified on VET sector at inaugural meeting
Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, today chaired the inaugural meeting of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Skills Council.
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Driving reform in schools
The Morrison Government is consulting with school representatives on how best to deliver its education reform agenda.
Labour force figures for August: Employment reaches a new record high
Labour force figures released today by the ABS underl
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Western Australia to host first Defence Industry Skills Summit
Perth, Western Australia, will host a major defence industry summit to look at fresh approaches to meeting Australia’s skilled workforce demands, as part of the Morrison Government’s focus on…
Making child care easier for families
The Morrison Government is cutting red tape to make it easier for families to use the Child Care Subsidy.
Report on automotive outcomes and best practice released
The success of the Liberal National Government’s support programs to help transition retrenched car manufacturing workers has been backed by a new report released today.
Better support for students
Parents and educators will receive support and resources to help them improve student outcomes.