Devonport Jobs Fair to help Tasmanians get in a job
The Morrison Government’s Devonport Jobs Fair on Thursday 15 April will bring together job seekers and local businesses from across North-Western Tasmania.
Interview - ABC Northern Tasmania Breakfast with Belinda King
SUBJECT: Devonport Jobs Fair
Initial teacher education review launched
Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge has today launched a review of initial teacher education, a key element of the government’s ambition to lift Australian school standards.
Teaching Australian students that Respect Matters
New online resources are now available to help school students learn about safe, healthy and respectful relationships, including issues around consent and peer pressure.
Upfront support available to help Australians relocate for work
Job seekers will soon be eligible to receive up to $2,000 in upfront payments to assist with the costs of relocating to take up ongoing work.
Interview - 7AD 98.9FM with Martin Agatyn
SUBJECT: Tasmanian Jobs Fairs.
Suspension of mutual obligation requirements for Western Australian regions affected by Ex-Tropical Cyclone Seroja
The Australian Government has suspended mutual obligation requirements for job seekers in regions affected by Ex-Tropical Cylone Seroja.
Hobart Jobs Fair to help Tasmanians get in a job
A jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities in and around Hobart will be held on Tuesday 13 April 2021 at Princes Wharf No.1.
Transcript - Ultra 106Five with Dave Barnes
SUBJECTS: Tasmanian Jobs Fairs; youth unemployment
Enhancing research collaborations in regional areas
Students, universities, businesses, and communities in regional Australia will all benefit from a boost in research capability through the opening of the Morrison Government’s Regional Research…
Assistance extended for flood and storm-affected communities in New South Wales
The Australian Government is extending the period that mutual obligation requirements will be lifted for communities affected by flooding and storms in New South Wales.
$5,000 support for outer regional school leavers
Outer regional and remote students who need to relocate to study can still apply for a $5,000 support payment under the Morrison-McCormack Government’s Tertiary Access Payment (TAP).