Western Australian businesses urged to apply for new Industry Skills Fund

Businesses in Western Australia can now apply for support to boost the skills of their workforce under the Abbott Government’s new $476 million Industry Skills Fund.  “I urge growing Western Australian businesses to access support to upskill or retrain their employees to boost their business productivity and competitiveness,” said Senator Simon Birmingham, Assistant Minister for…

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NORTHERN TERRITORY CONSULTED ON VOCATIONAL

The third of eight face-to-face consultations about the future of Vocational Education and Training (VET) is being held in Darwin today. Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, will be joined by Natasha Griggs, Member for Solomon for today’s round of consultations. “Our government is embarking upon an ambitious program of VET reform…

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Victoria consulted on Vocational Education & Training

The Victorian training sector will be the first in the nation to have their say about the future of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in face-to-face consultations led by the new Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, in Melbourne today. “Our government is embarking upon an ambitious program of VET reform to lift the quality of…

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Tasmania consulted on Vocational Education & Training

The second of eight face-to-face consultations about the future of Vocational Education and Training (VET) is being held in Hobart today, led by the new Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham. “Our government is embarking upon an ambitious program of VET reform to lift the quality of both training providers and their…

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Applications open for new $476 million skills fund

Australian businesses can now apply for support to boost the skills of their workforce under the Abbott Government’s new $476 million Industry Skills Fund.  Assistant Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham said the Fund, which will provide up to 200,000 training places and skills advice for businesses over the next four years, was a…

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SA businesses urged to apply for Industry Skills Fund

Australian businesses can now apply for support to boost the skills of their workforce under the Abbott Government’s new $476 million Industry Skills Fund.  “Businesses in South Australia, particularly those in South Australia’s manufacturing sector, will be able to take advantage of the Industry Skills Fund to upskill or retrain their employees,” said Senator Simon…

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