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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.

Federal Gov’t backs safe AI adoption of Australian businesses

The Australian government has launched a new program that would help Australian businesses integrate artificial intelligence safely into their work practices. 

Weld Australia’s MEM Training Packaging Resources suite wins Endeavour Award

Weld Australia has clinched the Excellence and Manufacturing Skills Development Award at the 2023 Endeavour Awards for its MEM Training Packaging Resources. 

New roadmap released to bolster South Australia’s defence industry workforce

The Commonwealth and South Australian governments have launched a roadmap detailing a strategy that will support the delivery of some of the nation’s most complex defence projects, including manufacturing nuclear-powered submarines and continuous naval shipbuilding. 

Universities, global defence players establish AUKUS Workforce Alliance

UNSW Sydney has collaborated with other universities and leading defence industry players to establish the AUKUS Workforce Alliance (AWA), a coalition dedicated to addressing critical AUKUS workforce and skilling opportunities. 

Victoria launches new skills plan to guide training sector over next 3 years

The Victorian government has released a new report outlining its outlook and plans for the state’s skills and training sector over the next three years. 

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. 

Queensland invests $3 million in micro-credentialing grant program

Seventeen projects in Queensland are receiving up to $250,000 in grants each as part of the Queensland Government’s $3.4 million Micro-credentialing Program, which seeks to upskill existing workers and job seekers in the state. 

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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