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the nation's leading provider of post-secondary education for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians, is proud to announce the graduation of Louis Bartemio from its diesel and
The body was set up three years ago to help the Queensland Government address the state's skills and workforce priorities...However, Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek told Parliament much of Skills Queensland's work will be done by the
Israeli academia It's the economy, stupid!' 10/15/2013 22:01 Israel's future is wholly dependent on its human capital, and it is the nation's universities and colleges that are responsible to build this precious resource, one student at a time.
14 October 2013 2 View comments Vocational skills will be taught to pupils in the colleges Tens of thousands of 14-year-olds will leave the traditional classroom two years early and be taught to become chefs, health technicians and carers in plans
The caution comes as internal NSW Treasury figures reportedly show a drop in apprentices and trainees employed by businesses paying payroll tax. The figures show the number fell from 56,427 to 54,017 between 2011 and 2012. Dr Kaye said in a statement.
Ben Wiseman Is time in the military, in a store or at home with children comparable to time in a classroom, and should it count in some way toward a degree? There are university administrators who think so and who are trying to increase completion
NationaLease, one of the largest independent full service truck leasing companies in North America, recently committed to working with Universal Technical Institute (UTI) to help fulfill its workforce in the years ahead, by encouraging its member
Retailers see an increase in sales, but at slow pace Several retailers reported modest sales gains for September as shoppers who were worried about a partial government shutdown and the overall economy pulled back their spending from the prior month.
Police say that a young man has stabbed four students at a vocational school in northern Finland...Tommi Tikka says the four victims had been taken to the hospital and that their injuries "were not life-threatening." Tikka said the attacker "likely"
If we were to decide tomorrow that we need to turn from emulating China's focus on academics without real-world applications to a curriculum that would generate a skilled workforce to meet our country's need for technology graduates, we would not