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Boost your business – Victoria

The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) has established ‘Boost Your Business Vouchers’ to support Victorian businesses to become more productive, employ more people, improve market access and in general, increase their scale, diversity and profitability. There are six categories for SME Victorian based businesses: Advanced Manufacturing Asia Gateway Defence, Aerospace and Security Entrepreneurs Read More

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Federal Budget 2019-20 – Key Policy Updates

Following the announcement of the 2019-20 Federal Budget, the Department of Education & Training have provided important information on key policy updates affecting Australian Apprenticeships. These fact sheets cover, in detail, updates relating to the following key policies: (click to download) Simplified and Streamlined Incentives for Australian Apprenticeships Additional Identified Skills Shortage Payment Contact Us Do you Read More

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Boosting Women’s Participation in Training

The Free TAFE Initiative has been credited for increasing female participation in traditionally male-dominated TAFE courses. Minster for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney said Free TAFE was boosting female participation in VET training across the board, including in pre-apprenticeship courses, which have traditionally been dominated by men. “Our Free TAFE initiative is empowering women to Read More

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Making History in Tasmania

MAS National strives to make apprenticeships accessible for everyone by helping to break down stereotypes around women entering trades that are traditionally dominated by men. In 2018, MAS made history by supporting Chelsea Whelan to become the first official female apprentice bricklayer in Tasmania. Both Chelsea’s father and grandfather were in the trade, and she Read More

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Has your business been affected by the recent Tasmanian bushfires?

The Tasmanian Government has announced three new grant programs to support local businesses affected by bushfires. These grants will provide funding to support eligible Tasmanian businesses who have experienced significant disruption to the day-to-day running of their business, as a result of the recent bushfires. The Bushfire Business Disruption Grant The Bushfire Recovery Grant A Concessional Read More

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