Interview - ABC Radio National Breakfast
Subjects: Closing Loopholes Bill, Voice Referendum.
Speech - Apprenticeship Support Australia 25th Year Celebration Lunch
Since 1998, the Australian Apprenticeship Centre, and more recently, Apprenticeship Support Australia, has a played pivotal role in supporting apprentices to transition from training to tradesperson.
World-leading legislation to protect gig workers
The Albanese Labor Government will protect gig workers with world-leading new laws that set minimum workplace standards.
Evaluating Policy Impact: Working Out What Works - National Press Club Address Q&A
SUBJECTS: Australian Centre for Evaluation, multinational tax transparency, competition in the airline industry, supermarket prices, matters to be included in the Competition Review,…
Interview - ABC Sydney with Sarah Macdonald
Subjects: Fee-Free TAFE, National Skills Agreement, Collaboration between universities and TAFE
Evaluating Policy Impact: Working Out What Works
Social workers in schools always boost student outcomes. Drug offenders shouldn’t be treated differently. Malaria bed nets are more likely to be used if people pay for them.
Albanese government's Fee-Free TAFE blitz smashes target six months early
The Albanese Government’s plan to train, retrain or upskill Australians and tackle skills shortages is a raging success with all 180,000 Fee-Free places filled within six months.
Transcript - RN Drive with Andy Park
Topics: Skills Shortages, Fee-Free TAFE, VET Sector, Rare skills apprenticeships
Transcript - Doorstop, Perth
Topics: Ministerial Council of Skills Ministers, National Skills Agreement, Fee-Free TAFE and VET places, Skilled Migration.
Strengthening integrity for training organisations
The Albanese Government is strengthening rules to ensure that people who own, operate and manage Registered Training Organisations meet higher and broader ‘fit and proper persons’ standards, an…
Speech - Kingsley Laffer Memorial Lecture, the University of Sydney
Subjects: Workplace relations, closing loopholes in the Fair Work Act, Secure Jobs, Better Pay, revitalising enterprise bargaining, Hawke/Keating reforms, family and domestic violence leave.
Stronger Workplace Protections Against Family and Domestic Violence
Workers subjected to family and domestic violence will be given stronger protection against discrimination in the workplace.