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Support to Help Young People in Online or Digital Employment Services into Work
The Australian Government is providing more opportunities for thousands of young Australians to get into work and training.
Nominations open for the 2021 Australian Training Awards
Nominations are now open for the peak national awards of Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Protecting freedom of speech at Australian universities
The Morrison Government has passed important legislation to further strengthen protections for academic freedom and freedom of speech at Australia’s universities.
New facilities for students at ET Australia Secondary College
Staff and students at ET Australia Secondary College in Gosford will benefit from two new and improved campuses, upgraded as part of the Morrison Government’s Capital Grants Program.
Opening of new ACU campus set to benefit Western Sydney students
The opening of the Australian Catholic University’s (ACU) new campus in Blacktown will give more students from Western Sydney the opportunity to go to university and gain job-ready qualifications.
Supporting Australian students with disability
The Morrison Government will work with states and territories, education providers and people with disability to implement the recommendations of the 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for…
Thousands of New Apprentice and Trainee Jobs
Tens of thousands of new job opportunities will be created for apprentices and trainees across Australia with the expansion of the targeted wage subsidy program as part of the Morrison Government’…
More STEM Opportunities for Australian Women
Up to 600 Australian women will be encouraged to study science, technology, engineering and maths while they’re working, as part of an expansion of the Morrison Government’s Women in STEM…
Albany Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers
The employment opportunities in Albany will be on display at a jobs fair to be held this Friday 5 March 2021.
Focus on giving young Indigenous Queenslanders more job opportunities
An Indigenous Youth Employment roundtable was held last Friday in north Brisbane to talk about local solutions to improve employment participation and outcomes for young Indigenous Australians.
Tasmania welcomes investment towards the establishment of a Holocaust Education and Interpretation Centre
The Morrison Government is providing $2 million towards the establishment of a Tasmanian Holocaust Education and Interpretation Centre, to continue to educate Australians about this dark chapter in…
More support for rural and regional students
Students from regional and remote communities can now apply for scholarships worth up to $18,000 to help meet the cost of university