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G20 leaders agrees to reduce gender employment gap

G20 leaders have committed to reducing the gap in participation rates between men and women by 25 per cent by 2025.

Delivering on this commitment will bring more than 100 million additional women into the labour force across the G20 economies and will significantly increase global growth and reduce poverty and inequality.

The OECD estimates a boost to women’s participation of this scale would increase G20 GDP by between 1.2 and 1.6 per cent by 2025, adding more than $1 trillion to the global economy.

Many G20 economies face the challenge of an ageing population.


China FTA a big win for Tasmanian jobs

"The new Free Trade Agreement with China is unequivocally good news for all Tasmanians, especially job seekers and small and big employers in Tasmania,” Leader of the Government in the Senate Senator Eric Abetz said today.

“The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement means Tasmanian industry is well placed to expand its exports to China, attract growth-enhancing investment and create more jobs.

“Under the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), Tasmania’s high-quality agricultural and resource exports will be significantly more competitive in China.


2014 Australian Vocational Student Prize – nomination period closing soon!

The Australian Vocational Student Prize (AVSP) nominations are open and school communities are reminded to nominate their top Year 12 students.

The AVSP recognises outstanding Year 12 students who have demonstrated exceptional skill, commitment and achievement while undertaking a Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Schools programme or Australian School-based Apprenticeship (ASbA) as part of their senior secondary studies.

Up to 500 students will be awarded $1,000 in prize money and be recognised as one of Australia’s top vocational students.


$70 million for 200 early-career researchers

Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne MP, has announced more than $70 million for 200 new research projects to be undertaken by some of Australia’s best early-career researchers.

The funding has been announced as part of the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.

Minister Pyne said it was vital that our young researchers were offered funding opportunities to progress their careers and build Australia’s long-term innovation base.


Trade Institute of Victoria's students build a kid's dream home

A team of students undertaking TIV’s Carpentry course recently built and donated a cubby house to a local church to install in the church’s Early Learning Centre. The Centre now has a wonderful asset that children will enjoy for years to come.

TIV strives to make learning fun, engaging and satisfying and to be a contribution to our community.

Over the years hundreds of students have graduated from TIV. 



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