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Skills Training for a Competitive and Productive Australia

Skills Training for a Competitive and Productive Australia

22 April, 2015

SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Thanks so very much, Innes, thank you for having us back here at the AI group again. It’s wonderful to be here with so many people and partners in the vocational education and training sector and I particularly thank you and Megan and the team for organising and hosting this event today as well as, of course, for the continued input that you provide in to good policy making in Australia and in particularly, in my portfolio responsibilities of vocational education and training. To John Hart, the chair of my VET advisory board, and the other members of that board who are present today, Dr Subho Banerjee, the deputy secre... Read more »

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Labor’s failure to Apprentices

The Australian National Audit Office’s (ANAO) report into the Apprenticeships Incentives Program, released today, shows that once again Labor failed to have in place a system to ensure that programmes deliver meaningful outcomes. Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simo... Read more >

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Employers to Drive New Model for Training Product Development

Australian employers and industry will be placed at the heart of a new approach to the development of vocational education and training products announced by the Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, today. “In an increasingly competitive, globalised and tec... Read more >

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Interview - AM Agenda - Sky News - Kieran Gilbert

Subject: (Budget; Woolworths ANZAC Campaign)   E&OE…   KIERAN GILBERT: The world’s leading economic group, the World Monetary Fund, has cut Australia’s growth forecast as the nation feels the crunch from the route in commodity prices. It comes ahead of the Prime ... Read more >

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