The Hon Stuart Robert MP
- Former Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business
- Former Acting Minister for Education and Youth
The Hon Stuart Robert MP was the Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business.
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Fact check earns Labor and Richard Marles a Diploma in Spin on apprenticeships
Labor’s campaign to undermine the credibility of Australia’s skills and training sector under the Morrison Government has been dealt a death blow, earning Labor and Richard Marles a Diploma in Spin.
Morrison Government support for families and child care services hit by floods in New South Wales and Queensland
Support is available to assist families affected by severe flooding in large areas of south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales.
Interview - Today Show, Channel Nine
Topics: Floods, federal government disaster supports
More Australian apprentices are finding jobs than pre-pandemic
Australia’s official skills and training data institute the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has today confirmed that despite COVID headwinds, Australian apprentice and…
Expanded Transition to Work service to help disadvantaged young Australians find jobs
The Morrison Government will invest $1.2 billion over four years to deliver an expanded Transition to Work employment service that will help disadvantaged young Australians find jobs or complete…
Jobs on offer at Wagga Wagga Jobs Fair
The Liberal and Nationals Government’s Wagga Wagga Jobs Fair will bring together job seekers and businesses in and around the region on Friday 25 February at the Kyeamba Smith Hall, Wagga Wagga…
Morrison Government delivers highest trade apprenticeships on record in Macquarie
The Morrison Government has delivered record levels of trade apprenticeships across the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury with trade apprentices continue to surge to record high levels across the country…
Nominations are open for the 2022 Australian Training Awards
Australians have the chance to nominate an outstanding individual or business in the vocational education and training (VET) sector, with entries now open for the 2022 Australian Training Awards.
Professor Mark Scott to chair new Initial Teacher Education Quality Assessment Expert Panel
The Morrison Government has today announced Professor Mark Scott AO, Vice Chancellor of the University of Sydney and former Secretary of the NSW Education Department, will chair a new Initial Teacher…
Jobs on offer at Cairns Jobs Fair
The Morrison Government’s Cairns Jobs Fair will bring together job seekers and employers from across Far North Queensland on Tuesday 1 March at the Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal.
$10 million for international education innovation
The Morrison Government will invest $10 million in six new initiatives to support the implementation of the Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-…
New library for University of Tasmania’s vibrant Launceston campus
The new Library and Student Experience Building at the University of Tasmania’s (UTAS) Inveresk Campus was officially opened today, signifying an exciting step for students and the communities of…