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Australians enrolling in Fee-Free TAFE in droves
The Albanese Government has supported almost 150,000 Australians to enrol in Fee-Free TAFE already this year, marking the start of a once in a generation reform of the TAFE and Vocational…
Communique of meeting of Federal, State and Territory Skills Ministers
Federal, State and Territory Skills and Training Ministers met in Darwin to progress negotiations towards a new National Skills Agreement (NSA) to support a modern and responsive skills sector.
Fee Free TAFE saving Territorians thousands
Students are thousands of dollars better off due to Fee-Free TAFE, which is removing cost barriers and helping Territorians get the skills they need to access well-paid and secure jobs.
New ABS Labour Force Figures
The number of Australians in work remains at record highs – with female employment surging, according to the latest ABS Labour Force Figures.
Stronger wages growth under Labor
New numbers today show more sustained and stronger wages growth under the Albanese Labor Government.
New investment in skills paves way for AUKUS workforce
The Albanese Government’s Budget invests nearly $150 million to start delivering the skills and workforce we need to deliver Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine program through AUKUS.
Independent review of the Federal Safety Commissioner
I am pleased to announce that Ms Marie Boland has been appointed to lead the Review of the Federal Safety Commissioner.
Appointments to the Fair Work Commission
The Albanese Labor Government is taking the next step towards restoring balance to the Fair Work Commission.
Skilling and training Australians for a stronger economy and a better future
The Albanese Government’s 2023-24 Budget will help to rebuild and modernise our skills sector to ensure a stronger and more resilient economy and give more Australians the opportunity to access well…
Albanese Government delivering for workers
The Albanese Labor Government’s second Budget will improve workplace safety, introduce better protections for Pacific Island workers and help more job seekers find secure jobs.
Albanese Government to scrap ParentsNext program
Women around the country have been telling us that the former Government’s ParentsNext program is punitive, counterproductive and causes harm.
Fee-Free TAFE giving more Tasmanians access to skills and training
The Albanese Government’s Fee-Free TAFE has been widely embraced in Tasmania, with almost half of the 2023 places taken up, helping to address future workforce demand and skills shortages.