Supporting Victorians through the Coronavirus pandemic
Enhanced support and expanded access to Australia’s social security system remains in place to support Victorians as the state continues to grapple with COVID-19.
Meeting of the Skills Ministers - VET sector reform in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Commonwealth, State and Territory Skills Ministers met today to advance priorities to support Australia’s critical skills and training needs in response to COVID-19 and continue progressing…
Support for child care providers in COVID-19 lockdown
The Morrison Government will provide an estimated $6 million to support working Victorian families impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown and help them access care outside school hours care.
$90.5 million to support 100 researchers
The Morrison Government is providing $90.5 million to fund 100 mid-career researchers to undertake high-quality research.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Brian Carlton, Triple M Hobart
SUBJECTS: LANTITE, Job-ready Graduates
Kalgoorlie Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
The Kalgoorlie Jobs Fair, funded by the Australian Government, is being held today and will showcase employment opportunities and connect job seekers with local employers.
Equipping Australia's workforce with cyber security and digital skills
The Morrison Government is continuing to tackle urgent workforce needs with a new, fast-tracked training qualifications for the information and…
Improving pathways for senior students
A new report released today sets out recommendations to improve how senior students learn about their opportunities to pursue work or further studies.
New pathways to help young Australians gain jobs
The Australian Government is committed to helping young Australians gain employment with $10 million dedicated to assist in connecting those looking for work to jobs.
$7 million boost to support Tasmanian skills and trades
The Morrison Government has today announced a $7 million investment to assist construction of TasTAFE’s new Trades and Water Centre of Excellence at the Clarence campus to support more Tasmanians…
Construction milestone celebrated at West Park
Construction of the University of Tasmania’s future waterfront campus at Burnie’s West Park continues to progress, with the upper level now being installed.
Gradual return of mutual obligations requirements
As the economy recovers from the impacts of COVID-19, the Australian Government continues on the path of a gradual reintroduction of mutual obligation requirements for job seekers.