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Paid leave for family and domestic violence starts now
Millions of Australian workers will have a new right to ten days of paid family and domestic violence leave under Albanese Government changes that take effect tomorrow.
Interview - Sky News First Edition
Subjects: National cultural policy announcement, CFMEU pay demands, Voice to Parliament
More assistance for apprentices and employers to address skills shortages
The Albanese Government is taking action to support apprentices and address widespread skills shortages by expanding a list of priority occupations that will receive additional financial support.
Press conference — CIT Bruce Campus, Canberra
Subjects: skill shortages, Fee-Free courses, apprenticeships
Interview — Sky News Afternoon Agenda
E&OE TRANSCRIPT TELEVISION INTERVIEW SKY NEWS AFTERNOON AGENDA TUESDAY, 24 JANUARY 2023
Enrolments open for Fee-Free TAFE courses at CIT
Federal Minister for Skills and Training the Hon Brendan O’Connor and ACT Minister for Skills Chris Steel are encouraging eligible applicants to enrol in Fee-Free TAFE courses on offer through the…
Call for contributions on Jobs and Skills Australia
The Australian Government has released a discussion paper calling for feedback from state and territory governments, employer bodies, unions, tertiary providers and community organisations on future…
Interview —10 News First Midday
Subjects: Job figures; skills shortage; Fee-Free TAFE, public holidays.
Better support for firefighters suffering from cancer
Firefighters exposed to cancerous smoke, toxic chemicals and fumes in the line of duty will have improved access to workers’ compensation.
Skills agreement to increase Territory’s training capacity
A new skills deal made with the Federal Government will provide immediate support for 1500 Fee-Free TAFE places for the NT in 2023, to develop the Territory’s Workforce.
New ABS Labour Force figures
The number of Australians in jobs remains at record highs and more of them are in secure full-time work – but there’s still more to do.
Press conference Melbourne - Victorian Skills Agreement
Victorian Skills Agreement