Stop TAFE Cuts
Students, unions join forces at ’Gong TAFE protestMay 18, 2021
Wollongong TAFE and university students and staff – with support from South Coast Labour Council unions – were out in force on Friday, 14 May, to protest the Federal Government’s Budget measures.
Minister to face daily reminder that TAFE teachers are awaiting wage riseNovember 08, 2020
TAFE members will begin a sit-in at the front of NSW Skills Minister Geoffrey Lee’s Parramatta office from Monday (9 November).
Too many announcements, no resultsNovember 04, 2020
The 2020 federal Budget confirms again that the Morrison Government has no credibility with vocational education and TAFE policies.
Survey reveals sorry state of sectorSeptember 02, 2020
TAFE urgently requires investment from all levels of government to ensure it can deliver high-quality vocational education and be at the forefront of Australia’s post COVID-19 recovery.
TAFE’s $92bn benefit to economyAugust 27, 2020
TAFE has provided a $92.5 billion benefit to the Australian economy, according to a new report that recommends a further $2.5 billion investment in wage subsidies for apprentices to help stem the collapse in new positions.
Education at the core of jobs-led virus recoveryJuly 25, 2020
More than a million secure jobs would flow into the Australian workplace under a comprehensive five-point economic reconstruction plan developed by the ACTU to steer the nation through a COVID-10 recovery.
JobTrainer must fund TAFE to build recoveryJuly 20, 2020
It is essential that the JobTrainer announcement of a combined $1 billion federal, state and territory subsidy to boost Vocational Education and Training (VET) is focused on delivering high-quality education through TAFE.
TAFE funding central to commonwealth’s VET responseJune 05, 2020
The urgent restoration of billions of dollars cut from TAFE funding must be central to the Morrison Government’s response to a Productivity Commission report on the vital vocational education and training (VET) sector.
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