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Latest Apprenticeships and Traineeships News | 8 July 2022

Victorian Government boosts learning opportunities for early  learning and childcare workforce

Victorian Government boosts learning opportunities for early learning and childcare workforce

The Victorian Government will boost TAFE training opportunities for Victoria’s future early childhood education and care workforce.

The Government has committed a $2.9 million investment to recruit and train 140 workers in Geelong and Wyndham, through Gordon TAFE in collaboration with industry stakeholders.

The Building Careers Through Smart Skilling project will deliver training, mentorships and other wraparound supports – providing local jobseekers with pathways into TAFE courses and meaningful career opportunities while also addressing skills demands.

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TAFE QLD working towards new electric and battery vehicle training

TAFE QLD working towards new electric and battery vehicle training

TAFE QLD are proposing four new training units are being proposed to teach all aspects of electric and vehicle battery maintenance from depowering and reinitialising, inspection, servicing and ongoing maintenance.

TAFE Queensland already offers two stand-alone skill sets for existing heavy and light automotive trades people, Hybrid Electric Vehicle Inspection and Servicing Skill Set (AURSS00037) and Battery Electric Vehicle Inspection and Servicing Skill Set (AURSS00064) and is looking forward to extending its current training offerings in this space.

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Victorian Government to help women into the rail industry

Victorian Government to help women into the rail industry

A new Andrews Labor Government initiative is helping more women enter the rail industry, with the chance to earn and learn while working on Melbourne’s rolling stock.

Women on Track is part of the $8 million Apprenticeship Innovation Fund which helps more women into traditionally male dominated fields – giving jobseekers the chance to get real-life experience manufacturing and maintaining Melbourne’s trains, while undertaking a Certificate II in Electrotechnology.

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