Training and development are more important than ever: IPWEA

Training and development are more important than ever: IPWEA

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//April 03, 2020

In a statement IPWEA has outlined the importance of continued training and industry development to help the sector plan for future crises. 

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SA Gov boosts funding for small businesses to continue skills training

SA Gov boosts funding for small businesses to continue skills training

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 20, 2020

South Australian small businesses will be given additional state government funding to hire new apprentices and trainees as part of a $12 million skills package to boost local jobs.

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Construction begins on Australian-first tunnelling training centre

Construction begins on Australian-first tunnelling training centre

Posted in Latest News//September 10, 2019

Infrastructure Minister Jacinta Allan said workers will acquire the skills they need for employment on infrastructure projects such as the Metro Tunnel and West Gate Tunnel.

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Lendlease partnership benefits central Queensland community

Lendlease partnership benefits central Queensland community

Posted in Latest News//June 24, 2019

The Capricorn Coast in central Queensland hosted the first Lendlease Foundation Springboard program, a five day residential program to generate a positive social legacy.

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Order of Australia Medal awarded to pavement education expert

Order of Australia Medal awarded to pavement education expert

Posted in Latest News//June 13, 2019

The Chief Executive Officer at the Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE), Ray Farrelly has been awarded an Order of Australia

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Upskilling the infrastructure industry

Upskilling the infrastructure industry

Posted in Latest News//May 30, 2019

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine looks at the role major training hubs and initiatives play in upskilling Australia’s infrastructure industry and where the key challenges and opportunities are.

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