Evolution of skills with TAFE Enterprise

Evolution of skills with TAFE Enterprise

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//January 17, 2020

Current skill shortages paired with increasing digitisation are raising concerns for the infrastructure sector’s future. TAFE Enterprise training solutions are aimed to support organisations in reskilling and upskilling the sector when and where it is needed.

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Western Sydney Airport skills exchange announced

Western Sydney Airport skills exchange announced

Posted in Latest News//September 30, 2019

A partnership with TAFE New South Wales will provide training opportunities for construction workers building the Western Sydney International Airport.

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Dr. Collette Burke talks Victoria’s Digital Asset Strategy

Dr. Collette Burke talks Victoria’s Digital Asset Strategy

Posted in Latest News, Uncategorised//March 26, 2019

Victoria’s Chief Engineer talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about the new Victorian Digital Asset Strategy, its development and where digital engineering is taking the sector in the future.

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NSW Govt announces 100,000 free TAFE courses, new $80M campus

NSW Govt announces 100,000 free TAFE courses, new $80M campus

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 06, 2019

The NSW Government will build a new $80 million TAFE campus in Western Sydney and will deliver an additional 100,000 free TAFE and VET courses over the next four years.

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WA Government working to rebuild training sector

WA Government working to rebuild training sector

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 25, 2019

A report released by the State Australian Training Board outlines a range of recommendations to revitalise the Western Australian training sector.

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TAS Govt open $20M apprenticeship training program

TAS Govt open $20M apprenticeship training program

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 19, 2018

The Tasmanian Government has opened the next round of its User Choice Program, which includes $20 million to subsidise the cost for training apprentices and trainees.

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