Money to TV star would be better spent on TAFEDecember 06, 2019
TV host and tradie Scott Cam will be paid $345,000 (excluding GST) over 15 months for his role as National Careers Ambassador, while the Morrison government continues to undermine the TAFE system.
Teachers continue wage and conditions struggleNovember 14, 2019
Former General Secretary and President Max Taylor has compared the industrial struggles in TAFE today with problems of the past, noting the union has repeatedly staved off teaching-load increases
TAFE negotiations and you: engagement imperativeNovember 08, 2019
TAFE member engagement in Federation’s bargaining campaign will strengthen the union’s power in protecting and improving your salaries and working conditions.
TAFE needs to be at the heart of decisions on vocational education sectorOctober 30, 2019
Federal Labor’s vision for job training and skills must focus on TAFE and be backed up with funding, Federation Deputy Secretary Maxine Sharkey said today.
Private VET college fined while TAFE loses outOctober 29, 2019
A Federal Court ruling against a failed private training college has highlighted the Federal Government’s folly of funding for-profit VET providers at the expense of the public TAFE system.
Morrison Government incompetence hurting TAFE, jobs, economyOctober 26, 2019
A shortfall of almost $1 billion in spending on vocational education highlights the federal Coalition Government’s intention to starve the TAFE sector at a time when Australia is in the grip of a skills crisis.
Drought relief robs TAFE funding reservesOctober 17, 2019
The Federal Government’s decision to repurpose money set aside for TAFE to fund drought relief was a “short-term” and “short-sighted” solution to the crisis, NSW Teachers Federation has stated.
State gifts funding at expense of TAFESeptember 26, 2019
The recent roll-out of state-funded programs in the motor vehicle trades underlines the NSW Coalition Government’s preference for business-driven vocational training over the public TAFE system.
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