TAS user choice funding round open

TAS user choice funding round open

Registered training organisations are being encouraged to apply for funding through the latest round of the Tasmanian Government’s Apprentice and Trainee Training Fund (User Choice), with applications now open. The fund provides subsidies through grants to significantly reduce the cost of providing quality training and assessment for nationally recognised qualifications.

Applications open for next round of Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding

Applications open for next round of Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding
Skilling Queenslanders for Work funds skills development, training and job opportunities for job seekers, disengaged or disadvantaged Queenslanders through a suite of targeted skills and training programs. The second round of this year’s $90 million project funding pool is open for community-based not-for-profit organisations, local councils and school P&Cs, to provide hands on skills.

NZ boots apprenticeships with government wage subsidies

NZ boots apprenticeships with government wage subsidies

The apprenticeship support scheme, Apprenticeship Boost will provide businesses with up to $16,000 to help pay the cost of each apprentice for the first two years and is part of a wider government programme to keep apprentices in jobs and support employers to invest in new ones, as the country rebuilds the economy from the impact of COVID-19

Read more here:  https://www.miragenews.com/backing-businesses-to-upskill-new-zealand/  

Corona virus impacting on Australia’s international education sector

The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA), the peak body representing independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors is currently leading an assessment of the impact of the Novel Coronavirus on the independent tertiary education sector in order to develop strategies to support both students and providers.
Read more here: https://www.miragenews.com/coronavirus-leaves-2-000-chinese-vocational-students-offshore/