Our Australian Steel Products business has entered into a new partnership with the NSW Department of Education to establish a STEM academy in the Illawarra, home to the Port Kembla Steelworks. The Department’s STEM Industry School Partnership (SISP) Program aims to give students practical and real-world insights into the application of their classroom experiences.
“Ai Group welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement of wage subsidies for up to 100,000 new apprentices and trainees. This announcement is line with Ai Group’s call to extensively support the commencement of new apprentice and trainees by providing subsidies to employers,” Innes Willox Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said.
The WA Government’s Regional Traineeship Program is now open to boost training, skills and employment opportunities across regional Western Australia.
HIA has welcomed the announcement by the Federal Government of the $2 billion JobTrainer package, which includes an extension of the vital Supporting Apprentices and Trainees wage subsidy until March 2021.
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell says vocational education and training (VET) providers need to engage more with small businesses, amid declining use & satisfaction rates.
Join us at the launch event for the first fencing station at Productivity Bootcamp in Penrith, NSW will be held in February.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has supported the Federal Government’s on-going focus on Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, which sits at the foreground of developing Australia’s future skilled workforce.
Scott Cam will inspire the next generation of tradespeople in his new role as Australia’s first National Careers Ambassador, helping young Australians take advantage of surging demand for skilled workers.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) welcomes the Federal Government’s focus on improving and reforming Australia’s Vocational Education and Training sector.
The QLD Government is backing Townsville jobs by investing in TAFE and covering the cost to train apprentices.