Joint press conference - Adelaide
Turbocharging TAFE Centres of Excellence and accelerating apprenticeships
The Albanese Government will equip more Australians with the skills of the future by turbocharging TAFE Centres of Excellence and accelerating the take up of higher and degree apprenticeships in…
Strengthening Australia's employment services
The Albanese Labor Government’s Employment White Paper outlines eight principles to guide reforms to Australia’s employment services system, with a focus on be
National Skills Passport
The Government’s vision is for a dynamic and inclusive labour market where everyone has the opportunity for secure, fairly paid work and people, businesses and communities can be beneficiaries of…
Albanese and Cook Governments deliver more Fee-Free TAFE
The Albanese and Cook Governments will continue their partnership to deliver Fee Free TAFE and vocational education and training (VET) places to Western Australians over the next three years.
Transcript - 4CA Breakfast with Murray Jones
E&OE TRANSCRIPT RADIO INTERVIEW 4CA BREAKFAST WITH MURRAY JONES WEDNESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER 2023
Building a stronger workforce for a stronger industry
A food supply chain workforce capacity study will be undertaken by Jobs and Skills Australia to identify the best opportunities to grow a targeted workforce in the agriculture sector.
More than half a million jobs created under Labor
Today’s ABS Labour Force Figures, released today, show unemployment in Australia remains at historic lows of 3.7 per cent.
Ministerial Statement - Revitalising National Planning in Vocational Education and Training
Speaker – Today I wish to outline two fundamental reforms implemented by our government in the Skills and Training portfolio.
Skills assessment reform for migrants and local businesses
The Albanese Government has released a discussion paper seeking feedback from stakeholders on the new standards for skilled migration assessing authorities.
Fee-Free TAFE can change lives and our economy
About 50 years ago the Whitlam Government sought to significantly widen educational opportunities for all Australians, and reform post school training.
It's time to improve the nation's key foundation skills
Kelly’s daughter wanted help signing her name on a painting at pre-school.