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More Apprentices than ever but Skills Shortages Still Severe as Sector marks National Skills Week

Australian businesses are experiencing ongoing skills shortages, despite the number of apprentices reaching an all-time high. According to the most recent data from the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), apprentices and trainees have increased by almost 17% from the previous year. The National Skills Commission’s annual report for 2021 reveals that almost half [...]

2022 GAN Future of Skills Conference – Registrations Open

We invite you to be a part of 'The Future of Apprenticeships Perspectives from Switzerland, New Zealand and Australia striving for excellence' 2022 GAN Melbourne Conference. On behalf of the conference organising committee of 'The Future of Apprenticeships: Perspectives from Switzerland, New Zealand and Australia striving for excellence', we are pleased invite you [...]

July 6th, 2022|News Room|

More than Money: What Will it Take to Turn Good Intentions into Good Jobs

A new collaborative report from PwC, Social Ventures Australia, the Global Apprenticeship Network (Australia) and the Apprentice Employment Network (Victoria) identifies measures that are required to build an apprenticeship system that works in the modern world and remedy Australia’s chronic skills shortages. The What Will It Take report finds that young people in Australia [...]

November 8th, 2021|Media Releases, News Room|

Nestlé Launches Video Highlighting the Benefits of a Career in Hospitality

As part of National Skills Week, Nestlé is sharing a fantastic video to inspire and support young people who are considering a career in hospitality as a chef which is a dynamic and very rewarding career. "Through the Nestlé Needs YOUth Program we want to help the next generation to become inspiring leaders, supporting [...]

August 28th, 2020|Case Studies, News Room|

‘School isn’t focused on that’: Apprentice numbers expected to fall by 30 per cent

Strong signs of business confidence returning as employers commit to 4-year training Apprenticeship vacancies increased 150% to 687 positions nationally in May, after a dramatic decline in April. The biggest proportional increase from April 2020 advertised vacancies is in hospitality, travel and tourism. Vacancies in this field had plummeted by 97% in April to [...]

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