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News for November 2022.

Students withVocational Education and Training qualifications: A Bright Future    The highest-paid jobs in Australia might come as no surprise to some, with doctors, CEOs and legal professionals featuring prominently on the list.  But there are a few entrants that might leave you surprised.  If you’re contemplating a career change, thinking about studying or looking for… Continue reading News for November 2022.

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News for September 2022.

  International Students Welcome Longer Stay Visas  The recent HubSpot study reveals that the workforce needs to be upskilled to keep pace with the evolution of our market and be equipped for the future of work. Education systems need to empower the workforce with the right skills to succeed in the new working environment.  It’s… Continue reading News for September 2022.

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News for August 2022.

  How to keep staff with the help of automation software and health focus It is not often that software technology and health are mentioned in the same breath, yet both have a major role to play in fostering workplace satisfaction. In a tight labour market, employees have limited tolerance for clunky, inconvenient systems that… Continue reading News for August 2022.

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Excursion

General English class students visited Hyde Park to enjoy the sunny weather and to enhance students communication skills.

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Inflation is growing at its fastest pace in 20 years. Behave differently.

    Despite a strong expansion in the Australian economy is underway. This is expected to continue over the forecast period, despite the slowdown in global growth. The domestic outlook is supported by the substantial boost to national income from high commodity prices and growth in private consumption and investment.   March quarter 2022. The… Continue reading Inflation is growing at its fastest pace in 20 years. Behave differently.

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Unemployment rate dips below 4 per cent, but job creation slows almost to a halt

                                Australia’s unemployment rate has fallen to 3.9 per cent, even though only 4,000 new jobs were created in April.  Key points: Australia’s unemployment rate has dropped below 4 per cent for the first time since the mid-1970s But only 4,000 jobs were created last month, which was well below economist forecasts Underemployment fell… Continue reading Unemployment rate dips below 4 per cent, but job creation slows almost to a halt

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Boost to Higher Education for International Students

The Morrison Government’s announcement today of $10 million to support a new international education strategy is a welcome boost for an export sector that has been decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic. “The past two years have been absolutely devastating for our international education sector. Funding to encourage more students to study here is fundamental to… Continue reading Boost to Higher Education for International Students

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Legislation Around Blockchain Will Pay For the Australian Economy

Digital X CEO Lisa Wade welcomes uncomplicated government legislation around digital assets, blockchain and cryptocurrency as the future of commerce and business. Kingston Institute Australia offers Diploma and Advanced Diploma of AppliedBlockchain for the students to advance their skills and knowledge in Applied Blockchain.   VIDEO: Legislation around blockchain will make it easier by for… Continue reading Legislation Around Blockchain Will Pay For the Australian Economy

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International students a lifeline for Australian workforce

International students a lifeline for Australian workforce International students are returning to Australia’s shores, with just under 30,000 arriving in the past six weeks. Many of the students will be joining or rejoining the workforce, relieving pressure on small businesses that have struggled to find workers during the pandemic. Under temporary new rules, international students can… Continue reading International students a lifeline for Australian workforce

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Skilled Graduates Safeguarded Australian Economy

“Our VET sector has already led the way in training frontline workers who have safeguarded our economy from the effects of a global pandemic and today’s announcement will further bolster the sector to a world-class standard”, said by Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee. As a RTO, we can observe that the skills industry needs… Continue reading Skilled Graduates Safeguarded Australian Economy

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