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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.
Investment of $4.1 billion in skills and training to meet critical economic challenges
The Albanese Government is prepared to invest an additional $3.7 billion for a five-year National Skills Agreement (NSA) to be negotiated with states and territories, in addition to $400m to support…
Setting apprentices up to succeed
The Albanese Government is strengthening targeted support and services available to apprentices to lift completions, address critical skills shortages, and ensure that all apprentices feel valued in…
Fee-Free TAFE supports the next generation of the Hunter’s workforce
New data reveals strong enrolments in Fee-Free TAFE and vocational education courses across New South Wales, thanks to a landmark agreement between the Au
Fee-Free TAFE saving South Australians THOUSANDS
Impressive new data reveals strong enrolments in Fee-Free TAFE and vocational education courses in South Australia thanks to a landmark agreement between the Australian and South Australian…
Appointment of Greg Vines as Comcare CEO
Today I announce the appointment of Mr Greg Vines as the new Chief Executive Officer of Comcare.
Foundation Skills Study
Around 1 in 5 Australian adults lack the basic literacy, numeracy and digital skills to participate fully in work and life – a shocking statistic, particularly for a developed nation which should…
Government's annual wage review submission
The Albanese Labor Government has recommended the Fair Work Commission ensures the real wages of Australia’s low-paid workers do not go backwards.
Appointments to the Fair Work Commission
The Albanese Labor Government is delivering on its promise to restore balance to the Fair Work Commission to give workers an equal voice in decisions that affect them.