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More funding for community-based NFPs to drive job assisting projects

The popular Skilling Queenslanders for Work program has received an additional multi-million dollar funding round, with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk describing it as being a crucial part of her Government’s ongoing plan to recover from the worldwide economic impact of COVID-19.

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by Freya Lucas

BHP teams up with Child Australia to ensure Pilbara children thrive

BHP and Child Australia have announced a partnership, under the banner Thriving Futures, with the intention of developing career pathways for the Pilbara workforce into early childhood education and care (ECEC), and provide more opportunities for local children to be engaged in high-quality early learning.

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by Freya Lucas

ACER and Charles Sturt partnership will fast track ECEC Masters degrees

A new partnership between Charles Sturt University and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) will offer ACER graduates fast-tracked entry into two of the University’s master’s degrees - the Master of Education or Master of Inclusive Education.

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by Freya Lucas

Queensland high schoolers skilled up in Bundaberg, ready to work in ECEC

Bundaberg State High School (SHS) is Queensland’s first secondary school to sign up for a new program to train students for jobs in the in-demand community services sector, including some who will be studying early childhood education and care (ECEC).

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by Freya Lucas

Queensland commits to “stamping out dodgy training providers” as part of crack down

The Queensland Government has announced that the provision of quality training for the state’s residents, including those pursuing early childhood education and care (ECEC) qualifications, remains an ongoing priority, and that it “won’t hesitate to take action against dodgy providers”.

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by Freya Lucas

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