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.
A plan to return to schools
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister Andrew Gee has welcomed today’s schools announcement from the Victorian Government, the final state to provide clarification for parents about…
A win for Victorian school students and parents
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has welcomed today’s announcement that Victorian school students will begin returning to the classroom from May 26.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Tim Gilbert, Sky News
SUBJECTS: Coronavirus and schools
Government welcomes Tasmanian schools resuming class
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has welcomed today’s announcement that school students in Tasmania would return to classroom learning.
$100 million paid to keep Australian apprentices and trainees on the job
More than $100 million has been paid out to almost 13,000 employers assisting 22,035 apprentices and trainees remain on the job since the Morrison Government launched the Supporting Apprentices…
Download the COVIDSafe app for our education’s sake
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has today called on Australians to download the COVIDSafe app to support our schools and universities to re-open.