Applications will open this weekend for the $21 million JobTrainer Fund which provides fee-free, nationally-recognised training in sectors with an identified need for more skilled workers and represents up to 7000 additional placements for Tasmanians.
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Queensland school leavers and job seekers will benefit from increased access to free or low-fee skills training under a significant investment through the JobTrainer Agreement to be rolled out across Queensland.
Small businesses in SA can access up to $5000 for every new apprentice or trainee hired on a paid training contract, as well as advice on how to address a business’ skills and training needs and access subsidies under the new Skills for Business scheme.
the student experience highlighted as critical in ensuring Australia continues to deliver quality education and training to international students.