Industry, schools and governments must work together to foster STEM career pathways

Industry, schools and governments must work together to foster STEM career pathways

Weld Australia is calling on industry, schools and governments to work together to develop and deliver STEM programs that engage, excite and attract students. Australia needs a vibrant national STEM skills program that illuminates the opportunities available in careers like welding and manufacturing for kids and parents alike.
Read more here: https://www.manmonthly.com.au/features/industry-schools-governments-work-together-foster-stem-career-pathways/

Batchelor Institute loses money for seventh consecutive year, CEO paid more than $415,000

Batchelor Institute loses money for seventh consecutive year, CEO paid more than $415,000

Batchelor Institute recorded its seventh consecutive loss in 2020, its newly released annual report shows, which follows in the wake of the departure of yet another chief executive officer and an internal investigation into serious allegations made by staff against senior management in February.
Read more here: https://ntindependent.com.au/batchelor-institute-loses-money-for-seventh-consecutive-year-ceo-paid-more-than-415000/

Pilot program looks to design cutting-edge digital skills training

Pilot program looks to design cutting-edge digital skills training

The government’s DSO Pilot has announced a new trial program aimed at ensuring that digital skills training effectively meets the needs of both Australian employers and individuals.

Read more here: https://www.mybusiness.com.au/human-resources/8297-pilot-program-looks-to-design-cutting-edge-digital-skills-training?utm_source=MyBusiness&utm_campaign=26_07_21&utm_medium=email&utm_content=5&utm_emailID=f216ce3d5b350e4191a55cbfb8379673a53dfcc989cdb85c66bf431fdc4e8268