The Federal Government has committed up to $96 million from its Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund to boost enrolments in engineering courses at James Cook University in Townsville.
The NSW Government has signed up to the new National Partnership Agreement for the Skilling Australians Fund, allowing the state government to access up to $500 million funding from the Federal
A new national scheme is under development to ensure the people who design, install, and maintain road safety barriers on Australia’s and New Zealand’s road network are appropriately trained.
Australian Asphalt Pavement Association’s Tanja Conners talks about the association’s Diploma of Leadership and Management, and what individuals can gain from the flexible pavements-specific course in 2018.
The training centre at the University of Wollongong – launched today – will be used to train the next generation of rail engineers.
The Victorian Government and Victoria University Polytechnic have announced a new TAFE partnership that will enable the university to train workers in the skills required for Victoria’s infrastructure projects.