A number of employers in the automotive industry have been disqualified from hiring apprentices, following a Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) investigation into low quality training.
Former Victorian Auditor General Des Pearson AO has been appointed to head an independent inquiry into the operation of the former Office of Living Victoria.
An Andrews Labor Government will invest $250,000 in Kallista Kindergarten so our littlest ones get the biggest head start and young families get the support they need.
Casey Hospital will get a $106.3 million major expansion under an Andrews Labor Government, building the hospital’s first intensive care unit and opening the doors for thousands of locals in need.
The Napthine Government released a TAFE report today for National Skills Week, but vital information on the failing state of Victoria’s TAFE system was missing from its pages.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping Central Victoria recover from the jobs crisis and four years of Coalition cuts to local schools, hospitals and services.
The 2015-16 Victorian Budget has provided $4.9 million in funding to the state’s screen sector, supporting more productions that will grow the industry and create jobs.
The 2015-16 Victoria Budget secures Victoria as the music capital of Australia, investing $12.2 million in Victoria’s music sector to support young and emerging musicians and live music venues, boosting tourism and creating jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government will deliver half-a-million dollars in the 2015-16 Victorian Budget to improve road safety in Bendigo.
Minister for Families and Children, Jenny Mikakos, today thanked early learning organisations, local government and parents after the Abbott Government offered funding for 15 hours of kindergarten for Victorian four year olds.