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WA’s TAFE lecturers Immerse in industry placements to address skills gap

The Western Australian Government has earmarked $9.9 million to facilitate industry placements for TAFE college lecturers, allowing them to gain firsthand insight into the skills and workforce requirements of various industries.

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. 

New $55M construction-focused TAFE campus set for Melton

The Victorian Government has unveiled plans to establish a state-of-the-art, construction-focused TAFE campus in Melton, with an investment of $55 million, aimed at providing local students with accessible education opportunities.

Q-CTRL, Quad Investors Network join forces for Quantum workforce diversity in Australia and the...

Q-CTRL, a global leader in the development of practical quantum technologies through quantum control infrastructure software, has officially announced its partnership with the Quad Investors Network (QUIN) to provide top-tier quantum technology training, aimed at cultivating diverse quantum workforces in both Australia and the United States.

Victoria unveils new initiatives to attract women to manufacturing and energy sectors

The Victorian Government has introduced new initiatives to support more women to enter and succeed in male-dominated manufacturing and energy industries, driving progress towards gender equality in the workplace.

MSA launches online survey to tackle vocational trainer shortage in Australia’s manufacturing sector

Australia is facing a pressing challenge in its journey towards building a skilled and sustainable manufacturing workforce. With a growing shortage of vocational trainers, particularly Technical and Further Education (TAFE) teachers, the nation's ability to pass on essential vocational skills to the next generation is at risk. 

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. 

New NSW Ministry appointments to focus on boosting jobs, domestic manufacturing

New South Wales Chris Minns has announced new appointments to the state’s Ministry to boost the government’s focus on skills, domestic manufacturing, and the importance of TAFE to regional NSW. 

Weld Australia’s manufacturing, engineering resources boost national welder training

Weld Australia announced that its recently launched new suite of learning resources for the Manufacturing and Engineering (MEM) Training Package is receiving positive reviews and gaining rapid industry uptake. 

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