Education Cuts May Leave Disadvantaged Students In Catholic Schools Vulnerable 19th August 2010 - Views: 281 The Chair of the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC), Therese Temby, today expressed concern at the proposal of the Coalition to cut $330 million from disadvantaged Catholic schools across Australia.
Coalition Cuts To Training Will Hurt Skills Development 19th August 2010 - Views: 299 The three peak bodies, Group Training Australia (GTA), the National Employment Services Association (NESA), and TAFE Directors Australia (TDA), called for urgent clarification of the foreshadowed spending cuts.
Aussie Students To Take The Ultimate Maths Challenge With The Human Calculator 19th August 2010 - Views: 647 Guinness Book World Record Holder Scott Flansburg, aka The Human Calculator, and Australia’s own 14 year old World Maths Day Champion will come together to encourage students as they compete in the Commonwealth Bank Australian Maths Challenge.
Partners 4 Learning: A New Relationship Resource For Schools, Parents 17th August 2010 - Views: 241 A brand-new relationship-building portal – designed to strengthen bonds between Catholic schools and their parent communities – is about to go live, the Council of Catholic School Parents NSW/ACT (CCSP) has announced.
Apprentice Incentive Payment A Boost To Skills Investment 13th August 2010 - Views: 268 Group Training Australia (GTA), representing the single largest network employing apprentices and trainees, today welcomed the Government’s plan to boost the Trades Apprentice Income Bonus as a means of raising the number of apprentices completing their training.