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‘The MAS Experience’ launched

‘The MAS Experience’ launched

24 July, 2015

The Abbott Government’s Australian Apprenticeship Support Network is investing $200 million a year to recruit, train and retrain apprentices. Across the country, there are more than 420 Australian Apprenticeship Support Network locations, including more than 270 Network Provider sites; and over 140 further locations for outreach services. ‘The MAS Experience’ - MAS National’s Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) across South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania has been launched today.  Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Birmingham today launched ‘The MAS Experience&rsq... Read more »

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Australian Government boosts skills in Grey

The Abbott Government is investing in businesses in Grey through the $664 million Industry Skills Fund (ISF) and the annual $200 million Australian Apprenticeship Support Network. Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Birmingham said the ISF will provide over 250,000 train... Read more >

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New Project Supporting Transport SkillsTraining In Asia-Pacific Region

A new project mapping transport and logistic skills needs and competencies in the Asia Pacific region will boost global labour mobility, regional economic development and opportunities for Australian training providers to operate overseas. Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon... Read more >

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AMEP Forum

SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Thank you very much, welcome, it is great to be here today at this second round of consultations for the Adult Migrant English Program. They say that the government test of a good policy or a good program is on that withstands a change in government. In this case, AMEP has been aro... Read more >

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Address to the Committee for Economic Development Australia

SIMON BIRMINGHAM: The concept of education as an industry is a controversial one.  Education is a public good, with private benefits.  It enables and empowers individuals, while strengthening and enriching both communities and nations. I dare say that every Australian recognises education... Read more >

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