Federal Education Minister, Dan Tehan Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

National Skills Week is an excellent opportunity for locals in Wannon to think about your career and consider where vocational education and training can take you. National Skills Week is a chance to recognise the valuable work of our vocational education and training sector, as it responds quickly to COVID-19 and helps set up our...

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Senator Michaelia Cash Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

National Skills Week 2020 will focus on the critical role that the vocational education and training (VET) sector will play in the nation’s economic recovery. We have committed a further $3.3 billion to skills, through our JobTrainer initiative and by providing financial assistance to keep hundreds of thousands of trainees and apprentices to stay in...

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South Australian Minister David Pisoni Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

There are so many new pathways through vocational education and training into future industries, such as cyber security, IT and the health and medical industries. Vocational Education and Training continues to play a crucial role in building a skilled workforce here in South Australia in traditional, and new emerging industries. Vocational education pathways will play...

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Victorian Minister Gayle Tierney Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

“We want to ensure Victorians are equipped with the skills and training they need to get a job as we respond to and recover from the coronavirus crisis.” The Sunraysia TAFE virtual open careers week is dedicated to publicising the many career pathways and courses available at Sunraysia TAFE from helping people enrol to start...

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Tasmanian Minister Jeremy Rockliff Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

Tasmania has a lot to celebrate as part of National Skills Week when it comes to our nation-leading, diverse and job-creating vocational education and training industry. ‘Skill Up’ is providing a range of low or no cost online short courses through TasTAFE to help boost peoples skills to enhance their employability. Through JobTrainer we are...

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Queensland Minister Shannon Fentiman Media Release
    • Media Statements
  • August 26th, 2020

Queensland is home to so many talented students, hardworking teachers, successful training organisations and fantastic employers. As we Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs, we know that training and skilling will be critical. We know we need to grow our skilled workforce so we can continue with our plan for economic recovery: Unite and Recover...

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Western Australian Minister Sue Ellery Media release
    • Media Statements
  • August 25th, 2020

National Skills Week 2020 highlights the importance of skills training and career pathways Training is more affordable than ever with fees slashed by up to 72 per cent for selected high priority TAFE courses Vocation education and training vital to develop a skilled workforce to support the State’s economic recovery Media statement – Celebrating training...

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Journey to the Top
    • Media Statements
    • News
  • August 25th, 2020

              Virtual Hair Experience: Journey to the Top, the hit online event for the hairdressing industry, will screen during National Skills Week. One of the first Australian online hairdressing events of the COVID era, Virtual Hair Experience: Journey to the Top launched on Monday, 8 June and was co-produced...

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