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CCA makes strong case for focus on early childhood learning training places to NSW ACE providers

Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has made a strong case for expansion of the number of fee-free child care training places to NSW adult and community education (ACE) providers. Earlier this week, the NSW Government announced commitment of “25,000 fee-free training places to bolster the pipeline of skilled and job-ready workers for the early learning and care sector.” Eligible courses are Continue Reading

The Journey Back to Connection – Coaching Pioneer Victoria Mills to Speak at CCA Conference Dinner

Australian coaching pioneer Victoria Mills, CEO and Founder of Hello Coach, will provide an inspirational talk to delegates at the upcoming CCA Conference Dinner on 13 September. Victoria Mills (pictured) will speak about “The Journey Back to Connection” in a talk that recognises the disruptions and the psychological, professional, business and emotional strains we have experienced since the commencement of Continue Reading

Skills Minister Brendan O’Connor outlines priorities

The Commonwealth Minister for Skills and Training, the Hon Brendan O’Connor MP (pictured) – who will provide a video message to CCA’s September Conference – has outlined his national skills priorities in the lead-up to National Jobs and Skills Summit. Training investment: “We should be investing in the skills of our own workforce to ensure we’ve got a growing economy Continue Reading

DSO Plans to Achieve 1.2 million Australian Tech Workers by 2030

The Digital Skills Organisation (DSO) has released a report prepared with Tech Council of Australia (TCA) and Accenture which explains what it will take to meet the Australian Government’s goal to reach 1.2 million tech workers by 2030. The report, entitled Getting to 1.2 million: Our roadmap to create a thriving Australian tech workforce, follows a DSO-TCA partnership and the Digital Continue Reading

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