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Mining jobs of the future

Rio Tinto, TAFE and the WA State Government join forces for mining jobs of the future.

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Applications for the $30,000 QCoal Foundation Scholarship are now open to rural and remote students planning on studying at James Cook University in 2018.

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Fifteen scholarships for rural students have been announced for students enrolled in Education programs at Federation University Australia.

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The Housing Industry Association (HIA), in 2017 revised their YOUTHBUILD Program which is run from the YOUTHBUILD Facility on the Claremont College Campus.

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WA Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery announced Curtin University will offer an Associate Degree in Agribusiness at Muresk Institute from 2019.

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Q & A with Niki Schwabe - Graduate of RMIT

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Understandable concerns about building safety have been raised by the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London.

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Australia’s peak business organisations have united to call on governments to take urgent action to avert an imminent crisis in our apprenticeship system, one that risks leaving young people without pathways to work and many businesses unable to access the skills they need to grow.

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Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Training, the Hon. Karen Andrews has teamed up with host of The Block, Scott Cam, to showcase the importance and value of Australian apprenticeships.

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Online learning courses on workplace flexibility and diversity and discrimination from the Fair Work Ombudsman seek to help small business understand the law.

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