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21 April, 2017
“Today, my department has written to the school authority responsible for the Islamic School of Canberra, to inform them that their approval for access to Federal funds has been revoked with effect from 30 June 2017 (end of Term 2).  &l... Read more

12 April, 2017
Fresh employer and student satisfaction surveys published today provide students with “more information than ever before” to make informed decisions about what and where to study and what prospective employers want.   Minist... Read more

11 April, 2017
India has pledged to work with the Australian Government, universities and vocational education trainers to establish themselves in India following a successful two-day mission that has also delivered key advancements on ‘train the trainer&rsqu... Read more

08 April, 2017
Australia will showcase its international education, training and research offerings during a high-level visit to India next week. Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham will join the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on the visit to N... Read more

03 April, 2017
South Australian Senator and federal Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham today officially opened the new St Mary MacKillop Centre at Xavier College in the Barossa. Students and staff at Xavier College now have full use of their ne... Read more

27 March, 2017
The Turnbull Government’s new VET Ombudsman will commence work from 1 July 2017 after legislation passed Parliament today to build on strong protections for students set up because of Labor’s failed VET FEE-HELP scheme. Minister for Ed... Read more

24 March, 2017
The Turnbull Government today announced it will establish a Maritime Technical College to identify, train or retrain Australian workers for our $90 billion shipbuilding program. The Government will invest an initial $25 million into the college wh... Read more

24 March, 2017
Australia and China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen collaboration on skills and vocational education and training (VET), during a visit to Australia by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. Minister for Education and Training S... Read more

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