Tailored careers support for school leavers
A new targeted support package for young people is helping to tackle the uncertainty around leaving school and choosing the right career pathway.
Interview with Triple M Melbourne
Interview with 6PR Live
EO&E SUBJECTS: Apprenticeship wage subsidy for Australians; WA border closures
Budget 2020-21: Investing in Education and Research
The Morrison Government is investing $51 billion in education to help drive Australia’s recovery from COVID-19 by guaranteeing essential services, including $550.3 million for additional…
Providing the Skills Australians Need to Get a Job
The Morrison Government is investing in apprenticeships, skills and training to help people get a job as part of our COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan to reb
Press conference - Parliament House
EO&E SUBJECTS: Funding for an additional 100,000 apprenticeships and traineeships.
100,000 new apprenticeship positions to lead the COVID-19 economic recovery
The Morrison Government will invest an additional $1.2 billion to support Australian
Streamlined child care approvals to cut red tape and fraud
The Morrison Government will cut red tape for child care services, saving businesses about $62 million a year while also providing greater protection against fraud.
'Your Career' website to help Australians into training and jobs
Australians will now benefit from a new one-stop-shop career information website with the launch of the ‘Your Career’ website.
NAIF to support CQU through COVID-19 student downturn
The Coalition Government’s Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is set to play a vital role in supporting CQUniversity Australia (CQU) through the economic downturn caused by the…
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Hamish Macdonald, ABC RN Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Additional university places, Job-ready Graduates package and legislation, COVID-19 and schools in Victoria, International students
Further support for higher education and VET
The Morrison Government is cutting fees and charges to students and educators to support the COVID-19 economic recovery.