Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

  • Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash was sworn in as Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business on 29 May 2019.

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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

Release type: Media Release

Date: 6 October 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Press conference - Parliament House

EO&E SUBJECTS:  Funding for an additional 100,000 apprenticeships and traineeships.

Release type: Transcript

Date: 4 October 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

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

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 4 October 2020

Ministers:

  • The Hon Scott Morrison MP
  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • The Hon Steve Irons MP

'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. 

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 1 October 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • The Hon Steve Irons MP

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.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 30 September 2020

Ministers:

  • The Hon Dan Tehan MP
  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Central Coast virtual jobs fair connects job seekers with employers

A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities around the Central Coast of New South Wales will be held on Wednesday 30 September 2020.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 30 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Mrs Lucy Wicks MP

Continued support under ParentsNext

Parents will continue to be supported to plan and prepare for employment by the time their youngest child reaches school age with a three-year extension of ParentsNext contracts.

Release type: Media Release

Date: 28 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

Appointment of the National Skills Commissioner

The Australian Government has announced the appointment of Mr Adam Boyton as the National Skills Commissioner.

Release type: Media Release

Date: 25 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash

More skills training for Queensland school leavers and job seekers

Queensland school leavers and job seekers will benefit from increased access to free or low-fee skills training under a significant investment through the JobTrainer Agreement to be rolled out…

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 25 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • The Hon Shannon Fentiman

Hunter region Virtual Jobs Fair connects job seekers with employers

A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities around the Hunter region will be held on Thursday 24 September 2020.

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 24 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • Senator Hollie Hughes

Skills boost for students and job seekers in Tasmania

Tasmanian school leavers and job seekers will benefit from increased access to low-fee or free training under a significant investment through the JobTrainer Fund to be rolled out across Tasmania…

Release type: Joint Media Release

Date: 23 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
  • The Hon Jeremy Rockliff MP

Adelaide and Murraylands virtual jobs fair connects job seekers with employers

A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities in the Adelaide and Murraylands regions will be held on Tuesday, 22 September 2020.

Release type: Media Release

Date: 22 September 2020

Ministers:

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash