Business Connect: Over 60 free online workshops and webinars are available through Business Connect to support your NSW small business to manage cashflow, change your business model, sell goods and services online and market your business in a challenging environment.
Please click here to book a webinar.
Higher Education relief package – support for education providers and fee relief for students.
TAFE NSW offers fee-free short courses to support Bushfire Relief and COVID-19: These courses are suitable for displaced workers to assist in finding (temporary or permanent) work in other industries (such as bushfire recovery) as well as providing opportunities for businesses to upskill existing workers during the current downturn.
The first round of the National Career Institutes Partnership Grants Program: Open for applications from industry bodies, employers, tertiary providers, government and researchers to improve career outcomes and education and training pathways. Applications close 30 June. Grants range from $20,000 to $700,000.
Training Services NSW is offering fee-free training for apprentices who have lost their jobs to assist with bushfire recover efforts in regional areas
A range of Commonwealth and NSW Bushfire recovery loans and grants are now available to support NSW businesses
Regional tourism bushfire recovery grants to support local economies by helping get tourists travelling into bushfire affected regions
Communiqué for the COAG Skills Council Meeting 3 April 2020
AQF framework review to identify knowledge, skills and application - in levels
TPPPQP Provider Guidelines – updated version released
The Australian Apprenticeship Support Network – expansion and improvements
Fee Free Traineeships - there’s never been a better time…
NSW Curriculum Review
2020 NSW Training Awards
2020 National Velg VET Conference, Now Open for Registration - postponed until further notice
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