The McGowan Labor Government has unveiled a comprehensive $57 million package for the training sector as part of the WA Recovery Plan.

The package includes capped annual fee's for semester two, and the expansion of the existing Lower Fees, Local Skills initiative implemented in 2019 (access the list here). The Lower Fee's, Local Skills program will now include a further...

The Western Australian Training Awards (WATA) is the State’s premier awards program recognising excellence in vocational education and training (VET) and the outstanding achievements of our VET students, apprentices and trainees, practitioners and training providers, organisations and employers.

The new streamlined program for 2020 will focus on five individual categori...

At the National Press Club Address today the Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Education, announced the Federal Government’s plan for more job ready graduates from Australia’s higher education system.

In order to meet employment demand and support Australia through the COVID economic recovery, the new package seeks to address the three objectives detailed below, including...

After a recent decision of the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) Emergency Response Sub-committee, PwC Skills for Australia have been commissioned to develop Cross Sector Infection Control training for employees preparing to return to the workplace. 

To help in developing this training, PwC’s Skills for Australia is seeking industry feedback on propo...

STEM skills enable innovation and drive economic growth, thereby unlocking the jobs of the future, with 65% of Australia’s fastest growing jobs require science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills. Career opportunities in STEM are vast, varied and exciting, with employers increasingly looking for workers who are able to use and create technologies in Wester...

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