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Media Releases

05 August, 2015
The announcement of a continuous shipbuilding program, with Adelaide as the hub, is the best and most concrete economic news South Australia has received in decades. It will secure thousands of jobs and should boost confidence and optimism in the fut... Read more

05 August, 2015
The nation’s most skilled tradespeople will represent Australia at the 43rd WorldSkills International competition in São Paulo, Brazil this month. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Scott... Read more

30 July, 2015
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 Birmi... Read more

29 July, 2015
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... Read more

24 July, 2015
‘The MAS Experience’ launched
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 ove... Read more

23 July, 2015
Global technology giant Huawei will train Australians in the latest information and communications technology with the completion later this year of a major new IT training centre in Sydney. Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simo... Read more

22 July, 2015
A series of community consultations regarding the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) will be held in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia over the next three weeks. Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Birmingham sa... Read more

22 July, 2015
The Coalition Government will invest an extra $14.5 million in 2015-16 to help refugees learn English so they have a better chance of supporting themselves through work. Assistant Minister for Education and Training Senator Simon Birmingham said the... Read more

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