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Latest news: Training

Training makes ACT region safer for people living with epilepsy

Epilepsy ACT holds regular community training sessions to help people recognise the many types of seizures people with epilepsy might experience.

Fee-free courses to train our way out of skills shortage

Hundreds of thousands of Australians will be able to upskill for free as the Albanese government looks to drag the country out of a skills shortage.

SPARK an interest in construction with Ginninderry

The SPARK JobTrainer Ginninderry Construction Taster Program is up and running for yet another year and awaits to guide you through your first steps towards employment.

ACT Training Award winners celebrated 

For the first time since 2019, Canberra’s vocational education and training sector celebrated in-person at the ACT Training Awards.

Build foundations for your future career with McDonald’s

Nationwide, employers respect the value of a McDonald’s role on a resume and the skills an individual develops whilst working at Maccas®.

Plan to stop double-ups in vocational training sector

Australia's vocational education and training system will be overhauled to become easier to navigate and more efficient, the federal government has announced. 

CIT opens Canberra’s first electric and hydrogen vehicle workshop

Canberra’s first training program for electric and hydrogen vehicle mechanics is set to begin with the opening of a dedicated workshop at CIT Fyshwick.

3D-printed body parts could replace cadavers for surgery training

Surgeons and students have been slicing into spare dead bodies for centuries to hone their skills, but new technology could replace increasingly scarce cadavers.

New JobTrainer courses provide more free training for Canberrans

One thousand more free training places are now available through the JobTrainer program to young or unemployed Canberrans wanting to skill up with a new qualification in 2022.

Next phase of JobTrainer begins

Free training is now available for Canberrans in aged care, digital skills, early childhood education and care, and disability care.

JobTrainer expansion means more jobs

Canberrans will be able to upskill or reskill - free training places are available, after a $16.75m extension of the JobTrainer program.

ACT falling behind on apprenticeships?

Apprenticeship and trainee numbers soared in Australia last year – except in the ACT, according to a report published this week.