Announcing the Minister's Awards for Excellence for Employers of Australian Apprentices
Individuals and businesses that have made an outstanding contribution to training and promoting Australian apprenticeships were recognised tonight by the Minister for Education, Julia Gillard.
New projects to boost skilled labour in regional Australia
The Minister for Education, Julia Gillard, today announced 15 new projects under theTargeting Skills Needs in Regionsprogram to help address regional workforce needs.
Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement
The Minister for Education, Julia Gillard, today announced that an Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement will be introduced to make Australian qualifications recognised and renowned…
Safe Work Australia
Tomorrow the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Julia Gillard will introduce legislation to establish Safe Work Australia into the Federal Parliament.
Mystery Reader causes a stir at Chapman Primary School
The Minister for Education, Julia Gillard, surprised year four students at Chapman Primary School in Canberra today, visiting the school as a Mystery Reader to celebrate National Reading Day.
Australian youth to shine on the world stage
The Minister for Youth, Kate Ellis, is encouraging young Australians to apply to become Australia’s Youth Representative, as part of the 2009 Australian Delegation to the United Nations in New…
Reform of Employment Services in Australia
The House of Representatives, Parliament House,Canberra
Microsoft Partnership to create Indigenous job opportunities
The Australian Government today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Microsoft Australia to create valuable employment opportunities for Indigenous Australians.
Governments plan to increase employment participation outlined
The Minister for Employment Participation, Brendan O’Connor, today outlined how the Rudd Government’s new employment services would help job seekers off income support and into sustainable…
The ISCA Parliamentary Forum
The ISCA Parliamentary Forum, Old Parliament House, Canberra, 1 September 2008 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thank you for that warm welcome.
OECD school leadership reports support Governments plan
A new Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report has called for improving school leadership to be a priority for national education policies.
New partnership to tackle Tasmanian skills shortages
Joint Media Release with David Bartlett MP, Tasmanian Premier, Minister for Education & Skills