Report finds 40% of apprentices are not completing training, and outlines national strategy for VET reform

A national strategy between the states is needed to fix the Vocational Education Training (VET) system, which has seen a steady decline in the uptake and completion of apprenticeships over the last five years, a new report has found.

More apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities for Canberrans through Future Skills program

The ACT Government today opened grant applications for industry projects that will deliver more apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities and pathways into training for Canberrans. 
 

Read more here: https://www.cmtedd.act.gov.au/open_government/inform/act_government_media_releases/chris-steel-mla-media-releases/2021/more-apprenticeship-and-traineeship-opportunities-for-canberrans-through-future-skills-program?utm_source=miragenews&utm_medium=miragenews&utm_campaign=news

Training supports recovery

The future of skills and vocational education in the shifting employment and careers landscape
A total of 30 registered training organisation RTOs including TasTAFE, have been approved to deliver free training  in full qualifications and skill sets for Tasmania’s youth and unemployed as part of the $21 million JobTrainer Fund.

Read more here: http://www.premier.tas.gov.au/site_resources_2015/additional_releases/continuing_our_plan_to_be_a_renewable_energy_powerhouse/continuing_our_plan_to_be_a_renewable_energy_powerhouse/recycling_modernisation_grants_program_opens/training_supports_recovery

Why upskilling is vital for creating a win-win situation for both candidates and organisations

Why upskilling is vital for creating a win-win situation for both candidates and organisations

With the rapid increase in technological advances, it becomes compulsory for the aspiring degree holders to develop the essential new-age skills and expertise required to compete in future careers intensified by these advancements. Upskilling has now become mandatory due to the lack of desired jobs and intense competition among eligible applicants.

AATIS Releases Apprenticeship Resource Videos

AATIS Releases Apprenticeship Resource Videos
AATIS has launched the new videos project to interactively demonstrate the breadth of services offered. Organisations will now be able to utilise them to help induct new staff on using these resources in their roles in the apprenticeships space. In a short, concise and user-friendly format the videos explain a number of key questions that correspond with specific pages on the aapathways website.

Read more here: https://www.aapathways.com.au/aatis-blog/aatis-releases-apprenticeship-resource-videos?utm_source=miragenews&utm_medium=miragenews&utm_campaign=news