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.
Communique - Skills Ministers Meeting
Senior officials observed the meeting for the New South Wales Government
Interview - ABC News Breakfast with Michael Rowland
Subjects: National Skills Week, skills shortage, purchase of 200 Tomahawk missiles, gambling reform.
Interview - Weekend Today with Jayne Azzopardi
E&OE TRANSCRIPT TV INTERVIEW WEEKEND TODAY WITH JAYNE AZZOPARDI SUNDAY, 20 AUGUST 2024
Speech - Building community and building evidence: 15 years of the Centre for Social Impact, Sydney
We are here tonight to pay tribute to the Centre for Social Impact for its research and education over 15 years. The Beatles might be the greatest collaboration of all time, yet the Centre has now…
Speech - World Skills Australia National Championship Launch, Melbourne
Over the next few days, 470 young Australians will compete to be named our best tradespeople, apprentices, and trainees. Competitors will compete across 55 skills – from carpentry, and plumbing to…
Transcript - Sky News Afternoon Agenda, 15 August
SUBJECTS: Wage growth, industrial relations legislation, ALP national conference.
Solid wages growth in June quarter
New figures today confirm solid wages growth under the Albanese Labor Government.
Data and Evaluation: A Match Made in Policy Heaven
I acknowledge the Ngunnawal people as traditional custodians of the ACT and recognise any other people or families with connection to the lands and region.