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Australia’s Young Skilled Workers Compete to take on the World’s Best in Russia 2019

Australia’s Young Skilled Workers Compete to take on the World’s Best in Russia 2019

A team of 23 young Australians are competing to fly the flag for Australia on the global stage of the WorldSkills International Championships in Russia this year.
World's-first national inquiry into workplace sexual harassment

World's-first national inquiry into workplace sexual harassment

As thousands of women take to social media to share their stories of sexual harassment as part of the #metoo movement, the Australian Human Rights Commission is launching the world’s first national inquiry into workplace sexual harassment.
What are the lessons for TAFE from the Global Education Reform Movement?

What are the lessons for TAFE from the Global Education Reform Movement?

This is the first of two abbreviated articles that examine the outcomes from an international crusade to impose the discipline of the market on the provision of education. The results of the marketisation of schooling are the focus of this article, while the second questions if there are similar outcomes observed in the TAFE sector.
Attracting and Retaining Women Tradies in Regional Australia

Attracting and Retaining Women Tradies in Regional Australia

Encouraging women into TAFE to learn trades could help fill major skills shortages in regional Australia. Yet despite major efforts from government, industry and education providers the number of women in the manual trades in Australia has barely shifted over the past 20 years.
How TAFE teachers can foster good mental health in themselves and others

How TAFE teachers can foster good mental health in themselves and others

TAFE teachers have an important role in fostering young people’s futures. Teaching is hugely rewarding, but it also comes with great responsibility. Being a teacher is more than teaching the curriculum – it is also about being a role model for good mental health.