Victoria Boosts Jobs And Education Offerings

Victoria Boosts Jobs And Education Offerings

An exciting new Victorian project is set to further increase our status as a world leader for education and innovation.
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  • Large Surveys Seek Feedback On Training

    16:38' 16-04-2018

    Large Surveys Seek Feedback On Training

    Two surveys, the largest of their kind, will give Victorian students and employers the opportunity to rate their vocational education and training experiences.

  • New Welfare System “Fairer And Simpler”

    16:51' 12-04-2018

    New Welfare System “Fairer And Simpler”

    The Welfare Reform Bill, which passed in the Senate last month, will make Australia’s welfare system simpler, and provide greater encouragement for people to move into work.

  • Appropriate Clothing Choices For Female Office Workers

    15:22' 12-04-2018

    Appropriate Clothing Choices For Female Office Workers

    Women are more quickly judged on their appearance than men, no matter what skills or abilities they have. It is the small details, like collars and buttons, that contribute most to giving your overall appearance an elegant look suitable for the office.

  • Your Workplace Could Be Causing Weight Gain

    20:02' 10-04-2018

    Your Workplace Could Be Causing Weight Gain

    In spite of planning an extensive menu for each day, and preparing healthy foods for your main meals, people sometimes find they still gain weight. There are five reasons why this might be connected to your workplace.

  • The Show Is On For Young Victorians

    19:54' 05-04-2018

    The Show Is On For Young Victorians

    This month, events will be organised all across Victoria to celebrate and recognise the contribution of young people.

  • Habits That Harm The Health Of Office Workers

    19:45' 05-04-2018

    Habits That Harm The Health Of Office Workers

    Sitting too much in a closed room in front of a computer screen can make office workers very susceptible to health problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or obesity. The danger is that habits which harm office workers health are not always easy to notice.

  • Five Things To Know About Wellbeing Programs

    19:35' 04-04-2018

    Five Things To Know About Wellbeing Programs

    After research found 49% of Australian workers were likely to look for a new job in the next year, global HR think-tank Reventure launched a national campaign called “A future that works”. The campaign aims to highlight effective and practical solutions to help workplaces engage more actively with modern challenges.

  • Tutoring Is The Ideal Job For Students

    19:58' 29-03-2018

    Tutoring Is The Ideal Job For Students

    Most students feel the need for an income to help with their living expenses. Although there is a good range of unskilled casual work available, offering your service as a part-time tutor is probably the job that fits best with your study life.

  • Scholarships Available For International Students

    19:49' 28-03-2018

    Scholarships Available For International Students

    A number of scholarships are available only for international students who wish to study in Australia. Please note some have deadlines in April and May.

  • Some Things Employers Can't Ask In Interviews

    20:18' 22-03-2018

    Some Things Employers Can't Ask In Interviews

    We might feel we have to answer every question in a job interview. However, according to Patrick Williams of the ABC, there are some questions that interviewers should not ask, and you can refuse to answer.

  • New Primary School Tries A Different Approach

    20:06' 22-03-2018

    New Primary School Tries A Different Approach

    A newly opened primary school in Williamstown is taking a different approach to education.

  • New Company Tackling Australia’s Sickies

    20:01' 21-03-2018

    New Company Tackling Australia’s Sickies

    Australian workers take a staggering 90 million sick days off every year, and it seems employers are failing to understand and address some of the legitimate reasons workers who are not physically sick don’t go to work.

  • Students To Get More Volunteer Support

    20:21' 20-03-2018

    Students To Get More Volunteer Support

    Victorias EdConnect program, connecting young people with volunteer mentors for extra help, has been given $300,000 to expand its services.

  • New Visas Proposed For Highly Skilled Migrants

    20:12' 20-03-2018

    New Visas Proposed For Highly Skilled Migrants

    The government is preparing to create two new visas for migrants with “high-tech skills and talent”. One visa is for those to be employed in established businesses, and the other is for those to be employed by start-ups.

  • Teaching Safer Driving For Young People

    20:24' 19-03-2018

    Teaching Safer Driving For Young People

    Victoria’s newest road safety program, Road Smart, is a State Government initiative to improve training and road safety education for young people.

  • Australia's Policies Underuse Migrant Skills

    17:52' 13-03-2018

    Australia's Policies Underuse Migrant Skills

    Massimiliano Tani, Professor of Finance and Economics at the University of New South Wales, says Australia’s skilled migration policy is wasting many of the skills of qualified migrants.

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