Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC RN Drive
SUBJECTS: Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package and review, schools, Higher Education Relief Package
National Careers Week 2020 - more critical than ever
National Careers Week 2020 is an opportunity for Australians to consider the benefits of vocational education and training (VET) to launch or future proof their careers and help them come through…
Infection control training fast-tracked for re-opening businesses
The Morrison Government and all State and Territory governments have agreed to jointly invest in a new $80 million infection control training fund.
Minister Cash Interview with Annelise Nielson on Sky News
SUBJECT/S: Latest Unemployment Figures; JobK
Channel 7 Sunrise Interview
E&OE Subject/s: Increase in unemployment in Australia, JobKeeper and JobSeeker figures;
ABS Labour Force Figures for April
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show the level of employment fell by 594,300 (or 4.6 per cent) in April, in line with market expectations, while the level of unemployment rose by…
Short courses providing new skills to Australians
Australians looking to learn new skills to make themselves more employable will be able to choose from 58 new online short courses announced today.
Improving hygiene in schools
The Morrison Government will provide an additional $10 million to improve COVID-19 hygiene measures in non-government schools that plan to have 50 per cent of their students back in the classroom…
Doorstop interview, Parliament House
E&OE Subject/s: ABS labour force figures, JobKeeper, JobSeeker, Mutual Obligation, Jobs Hub, PaTH Program
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Peter Gleeson, Sky News on WIN
SUBJECTS: Coronavirus and schools, Economy
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC Afternoon Briefing
SUBJECTS: Coronavirus and schools, Year 12 students, Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package, Universities
Boosting student numbers in regional Australia
More Australian students will receive scholarships to study outside the capital cities to support regional communities and education providers.