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SA’s Fee Free TAFE boost enrolments by 65%

Enrolments for TAFE SA have seen a dramatic 65 per cent increase compared to two years ago following the launch of the South Australian government’s Fee Free TAFE effort. 

Tasmania invests big in skills and training with $285M agreement

The Tasmanian Government has officially joined the recently established National Skills Agreement (NSA), unlocking access to nearly $285 million in Commonwealth funding to support initiatives in the region.

SA boosts training and skills in new $10M investment

The South Australian Government has committed $10 million to support high-quality training delivery in a significant move to address skills shortages and enhance the training sector.

Welding, metal fabrication training gets $500,000 investment boost at TAFE NSW Griffith

The welding and metal fabrication sector in Riverina, New South Wales, has received a boost with the completion of new upgrades to training facilities at TAFE NSW Griffith. 

NSW launches new micro-skills to bolster net zero transition efforts

TAFE NSW is launching eight new micro-skills related to renewable energy as part of the New South Wales government’s commitment to reskill NSW and boost the economy’s transition to net zero. 

SA’s training capabilities receive $2.29B boost through National Skills Agreement

The Federal and South Australian governments are investing up to $2.29 billion in the state’s local skills training as part of the recently ratified landmark National Skills Agreement. 

National agreement to boost Victoria’s workforce, advanced manufacturing skills

A national agreement between the Australian and Victorian Governments is paving the way for a significant investment in the state’s vocational education and training (VET) sector.

Australia’s landmark National Skills Agreement to boost sovereign training capabilities

Australia’s National Cabinet has finalised the National Skills Agreement (NSA), which will unlock billions of dollars in investments to build skills and prosperity in Australia. 

Federal budget measures only partially address industry’s needs – Ai Group

The Federal Government’s first annual budget for 2023-24 has the industry talking, with Ai Group’s Innes Willox remarking the budget “unfortunately lacks the urgency and imagination required to power the Australian economy through a period of anaemic growth.”

Australia’s defence manufacturing among big winners of new Federal Budget

Building Australia’s sovereign defence manufacturing capability is among the big winners of the Federal Government’s 2023-2024 Budget, gaining approximately $4.1 billion for the development of long-range missile systems. 
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