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ACPET shows how employing staff with disabilities reaps big benefits.

Having the Conversation: the benefits of employing staff with a disability shows through case studies how Tasmanian businesses have taken the lead, and never looked back. This video was developed in partnership with the not-for-profit MEGT (Australia) Ltd, the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and industry, with funding from the Tasmanian Government.

 

Endorsed RTO census Edition 672, 26 Sep

In order to help the government understand the makeup and capability of endorsed RTOS operating in Tasmania, Skills Tasmania will conduct a census during September and October.  Responses will be confidential and only be used in de-identified and combined form.  The results of the census... Read more

2017 User Choice program now open Edition 672, 26 Sep

Registered training organisations (RTOs) wishing to offer User Choice subsidised training places to apprentices or trainees to begin training in early 2017 are encouraged to apply prior to 25 November 2016 - although not a cut-off date, early lodgement is encouraged as it increases the likelihood of... Read more

NMU Archive
2017 User Choice program now open Edition 671, 19 Sep

Registered training organisations (RTOs) wishing to offer User Choice subsidised training places to apprentices or trainees to begin training in early 2017 are encouraged to apply prior to 25 November 2016 - although not a cut-off date, early lodgement is encouraged as it increases the likelihood of... Read more

Skills Fund open for more training places Edition 671, 19 Sep

The Skills Fund is open to endorsed RTOs and provides subsidised training to job seekers and existing workers with a priority on investing in skills for growth. Please note upcoming deadline - Applications close 2:00 pm Tuesday, 20 September 2016   For more information about the fund, click... Read more

AVETMISS release 8.0 – webinar Edition 671, 19 Sep

The Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS) is a national standard for collecting and reporting vocational education and training (VET) data. It is reviewed regularly to keep pace with the changing needs of the VET sector. Feedback from re... Read more

Skills Tasmania - funding available in September Edition 670, 12 Sep

Skills Tasmania has the following availability of funding opening in September: Skills Fund The Skills Fund program provides subsidised training via a range of options to suit the needs of industry and individuals. It includes: the Demand led Program, which provides subsidised training to Existing... Read more

Avidity wins Tasmanian Small Training provider of the Year Award Edition 669, 5 Sep

Congratulations to ACPET member, Avidity Training and Development for winning the Tasmanian Small Training Provider of the Year Award. Congratulations also to nominees Scala Institute and Jenard Training and to all the other amazing nominees and award winners. Congratulations also go to Work and T... Read more

Tasmanian Training Awards presentation dinner 2 September Edition 668, 29 Aug

The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to th... Read more

Industry motivation for training apprentices: an Australian-German comparison Edition 668, 29 Aug

NCVER have released a paper which looks at firms’ motivation for training apprentices in both Australia and Germany. The study explores how these countries compare when dealing with their respective institutional arrangements for apprenticeship training. It then analyses Australian employ... Read more

Industry motivation for training apprentices: an Australian-German comparison Edition 667, 22 Aug

NCVER have released a paper which looks at firms’ motivation for training apprentices in both Australia and Germany. The study explores how these countries compare when dealing with their respective institutional arrangements for apprenticeship training. It then analyses Australian employ... Read more

Tasmanian Training Awards presentation dinner 2 September Edition 667, 22 Aug

The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to th... Read more

LAST CHANCE to register for the ACPET National Conference - 24 - 26 August! Edition 667, 22 Aug

Register NOW for the ACPET Conference & APIEF International Forum, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation. The program involves an exciting line up of national and international speakers and networking events. Edu... Read more

LAST CHANCE - Only 1 week to go the ACPET National Conference - Don't miss out! Edition 666, 15 Aug

Register NOW for the ACPET Conference & APIEF International Forum, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation. See the great speaker line-up in the Conference Program such as: Professor Ian Harper, Chair of the Comp... Read more

Tasmanian Training Awards presentation dinner 2 September Edition 666, 15 Aug

The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to th... Read more

Let's boost the Tasmanian contingent at the ACPET Conference & APIEF forum - Only 1 week to go!! Edition 666, 15 Aug

The ACPET national conference and Asia Pacific International Education Forum (APIEF) is just 1 week away and we are building a contingent of Tasmanian delegates to wave the flag for our state. The ACPET Conference will crack wide open the debates on the shape and funding of VET and higher education... Read more

Politicians to provide policy insights Edition 666, 15 Aug

Given the number of relevant education and training policy areas in flux the addresses of key Federal politicians at the ACPET National Conference are much anticipated. The re-appointed Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham will open ACPET’s National Conference... Read more

Training and Work Pathways Program 2017 Edition 665, 8 Aug

The Department of State Growth, through Skills Tasmania, invites eligible organisations to apply for project funding to increase opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage and barriers to participation in post-compulsory education and employment. Projects can be funded in the $5k – $80... Read more

Tasmanian Training Awards presentation dinner 2 September Edition 665, 8 Aug

The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to th... Read more

Just 2 weeks to the ACPET National Conference - Don't miss out! Edition 665, 8 Aug

Register NOW for the ACPET Conference & APIEF International Forum, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation. See the great speaker line-up in the Conference Program such as: Professor Ian Harper, Chair of the Comp... Read more

Let's boost the Tasmanian contingent at the ACPET Conference & APIEF forum Edition 665, 8 Aug

The ACPET national conference and Asia Pacific International Education Forum (APIEF) are just two weeks away and we are building a contingent of Tasmanian delegates to wave the flag for our state. The ACPET Conference will crack wide open the debates on the shape and funding of VET and higher educa... Read more

ACPET conference 24-26 August opens wide debate about tertiary education funding, quality & structure Edition 665, 8 Aug

With just two weeks to go, APIEF and the ACPET Conference are shaping up to be exciting and timely events. At the Asia Pacific International Education Forum you’ll hear from international guests sharing observations of their own country’s Trends, Traumas and Touch Points of commonality... Read more

Just 3 weeks to the ACPET National Conference - Don't miss out! Edition 664, 1 Aug

Register NOW for the ACPET Conference & APIEF International Forum, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation See the great speaker line-up in the Conference Program such as: Professor Ian Harper, Chair of the Compe... Read more

Industry at the Crossroads - ACPET conference debates to shape the future of tertiary education Edition 664, 1 Aug

Well-known journalist Quentin Dempster will kick off the Big Debate on the Future architecture of tertiary education in Australia, challenging key panellists to express their frank and open perspectives and inviting input from the floor. Come and hear great speakers, such as Professor Ian Ha... Read more

Tasmanian Training Awards presentation dinner 2 September Edition 664, 1 Aug

The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to th... Read more

50 India International Skill Centres across India Edition 663, 25 Jul

NSDC to open 50 India International Skill Centres across the country - one will be in Rajasthan The National Skills Development Corporation will open 50 India International Skill Centres in the country by the end of the year. In the initial phase 15 centres were announced open by the President Pran... Read more

Department of State Growth’s Training and Work Pathways Program 2017 Edition 663, 25 Jul

The Department, through Skills Tasmania, invites eligible organisations to apply for funding to increase opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage and barriers to participation in post-compulsory education and employment.   This program supports grantees to implement innovative proje... Read more

Prof Ian Harper to address the ACPET conference in Hobart Edition 663, 25 Jul

It’s just 6 weeks to the ACPET national conference and the excitement is building. Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation Venue:  Grand Chancellor Hotel, Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Join us for 3 days of debate, panel discussions, workshops, exhibits and ne... Read more

Five weeks to the ACPET National Conference - Don't miss out! Edition 663, 25 Jul

Register NOW for the ACPET Conference & APIEF International Forum, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 24 to 26 August 2016 Theme: Connecting Knowledge, Skills and Futures through Innovation See the great speaker line-up in the Conference Program such as: Professor Ian Harper, Chair of the Compe... Read more

Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities still open for the ACPET conference, Hobart 24-26 August Edition 663, 25 Jul

With just 5 weeks until the start of the ACPET National Conference in Hobart, we want to ensure that you have the best chance of showcasing your products and services to 450+ delegates attending from Australia and overseas. With this in mind, we have put together the following special packages:... Read more

Training and Work Pathways Program 2017 Edition 662, 18 Jul

The Department of State Growth invites eligible organisations to apply for funding to increase opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage and barriers to participation in post-compulsory education and employment. This program supports grantees to implement innovative projects that achieve p... Read more

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