Indigenous apprentices and trainees recognised during National Reconciliation Week
Below you will find all news items related to the Australian Apprenticeships Program. To read each story in full, click on the heading.
On 27 April 2015, Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, announced the new Australian Apprenticeship Support Network
Australian Training Awards - 19 November 2015
Information sessions for RTOs and other stakeholders in 2015
A new National Training Complaints Hotline has been established giving students, apprentices and employers one point of call for complaints about the training system and service providers.
The Australian Apprentice of the Year was announced at the Australian Training Awards in Adelaide.
Just Better Care Canberra has been recognised for its outstanding commitment to training its apprentices and trainees at the 2014 Australian Training Awards.
Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Morgan Clementson and Jessica Martin will take part in a skills showcase in India.
From 1 July 2015, AASN will deliver a new generation of support services for Australian Apprenticeships participants.
Commencing from 1 July 2015, the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network will provide support services to Australian Apprentices and their employers.
In the latest Australian Apprenticeships Ambassador column, 25-year-old fitter and turner Stephen Beelitz shares his experience as a judge at the WorldSkills Australia National Competition.
In the latest Australian Apprenticeships Ambassador column, 25-year-old electrician Sarah Jayne Flatters explains why she started a non-profit organisation to support tradespeople.
The Prime Minister has announced new arrangements for the delivery of support to Australian Apprentices and their employers. The new Australian Apprenticeship Support Network will commence from 1 July 2015.
The 2014 WorldSkills Australia National Competition will be held in Perth from 18 to 20 September.
In the latest Australian Apprenticeships Ambassador column, 21-year-old boilermaker Mitch Hansen explains a unique family construction project.