Giving apprentices the recognition they deserve
Victorians who have successfully completed their apprenticeship over the last five years will have their trade formally recognised following the re-introduction of Trade Papers by the Andrews Labor Government.
Training in freefall and must be prioritised or WA risks skills shortage
Western Australia is at growing risk of a skills shortage if our State’s significant decline in apprenticeships and traineeships isn’t resolved as a priority.
More work and jobs as the Melbourne metro tunnel project enters next phase
Works on the Metro Tunnel in City Square, Melbourne have progressed to the next phase. As piling gets underway to build the new Town Hall Station beneath Melbourne’s CBD, more jobs will be created for Victorian apprentices, trainees and engineering cadets.
Finalists announced in the 2018 Victorian training awards
The 39 finalists in the Victorian Training Awards will be presented at the upcoming gala awards night on Friday 24 August at Crown Palladium.
High school students centre stage at job skills expo, Lardner Park
Over 2500 middle secondary school students were provided with industry specific career advice and information, supporting them to make more informed subject and VETiS selection choices.