More support for regional students
The Coalition Government is delivering on an election commitment by announcing the location of nine new Regional University Centres that will support students to remain
Gradual return of mutual obligation requirements
As steps are taken to re-open the Australian economy, mutual obligation requirements for job seekers will re-commence, in a limited capacity, from Tuesday 9 June 2020.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Craig Zonca and Loretta Ryan, ABC Radio Brisbane Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package
Extra money for school hygiene a great success
96 per cent of non-government schools have signed up to the Morrison Government’s offer of funding support for additional COVID-19 hygiene measures.
Mid North Coast NSW Virtual Job Fair connects job seekers with employers
A virtual jobs fair for residents of the Mid North Coast NSW was held today to showcase employment opportunities and connect job seekers with local employers.
Sky News AM Agenda Interview with Annelise Nielsen
E&OE Subject/s: Skills, vocational education and training sector, national skills commission (NSC)
2GB Drive interview with Mark Levy
E&OE Subject/s: Employment sector, university education system, border closures
Kids back in school
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister and Member for Calare Andrew Gee, has welcomed the return of face-to-face teaching across New South Wales and Queensland, as schools returned on…
New skill set to support aged and disability sectors
The Morrison Government is continuing to rapidly roll out more qualifications to deal with the challenges put by COVID-19.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Kieran Gilbert, Sky News
SUBJECTS: International students, Higher Education Relief Package, Schools, Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package and review
Continuing to fund world-leading research
The Morrison Government continues to invest in world-leading research at Australian universities to deliver improvements to health, education and the economy.
Response to child care review
The Morrison Government has responded to the four-week review of its child care relief package by addressing the two key issues raised by the sector in consultations as part of the review.