Mutual obligation requirements return for job seekers
The Morrison Government will introduce a further step in the gradual return to mutual obligation arrangements for all job seekers from 28 September 2020, with the exception of Victoria where…
Support for Job-ready Graduates package
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today thanked the witnesses who gave evidence to the Senate Committee on the Job-ready Graduates legislation.
‘The future of Australia’s higher education sector’ address, CEDA
Dan Tehan: Thanks for your sponsorship of this event, and can I also acknowledge Catriona, Margaret and Atilla.
Careers+ connects job seekers with employers in Canterbury Bankstown
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities in the Canterbury Bankstown local area will be held from 16-17 September 2020.
Significant boost for skills training in NSW
The Commonwealth Government and the New South Wales (NSW) State Government have launched the NSW JobTrainer Agreement.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Elysse Morgan, ABC The Business
SUBJECTS: International students, Pilot programs, Universities and COVID-19, University research
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC News
SUBJECTS: Global database including Australians, Job-ready Graduates package, Federal Budget, COVID-19 in Victoria and schools and child care
Outcomes from Regional Boarding School Roundtable
“Today, I met with peak boarding school representatives across Australia to discuss border closures and their impact on regional boarding schools, students and their families.
Manufacturing school to be built in Gladstone
An advanced manufacturing education hub to be built in Gladstone will attract students to the region and inject millions of dollars into the local economy.
Interstate boarding school students deserve answers
“Yesterday afternoon a document was circulated to a number of parties and media outlets purporting to be an official exemption from the Queensland Chief Health Officer which grants interstate…
Skills boost for students and job seekers in ACT
The Commonwealth Government and the ACT Government have launched the ACT JobTrainer Agreement.
$500 million paid to keep Australian apprentices and trainees on the job
More than $500 million has been paid to 51,200 employers to keep 89,300 apprentices in work to protect workers and businesses from the impact of COVID-19.