VITAL SAFETY BOOST FOR MOYNE HEALTH SERVICES

Moyne Health Services will benefit from additional safety measures to reduce and prevent violence through the second round of the Andrews Labor Government’s $20 million Health Service Violence Prevention Fund. Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney announced that Moyne Health Services had secured $9760 from the $20 million Health Service Violence Prevention Fund. Hospitals and…

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VITAL SAFETY BOOST FOR LORNE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

Lorne Community Hospital will benefit from additional safety measures to reduce and prevent violence through the second round of the Andrews Labor Government’s $20 million Health Service Violence Prevention Fund. Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney announced that Lorne Community Hospital had secured $3400 from the $20 million Health Service Violence Prevention Fund. Hospitals and…

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FUNDING BOOST FOR EMERGENCY VOLUNTEERS IN WESTERN VICTORIA

Victorian emergency management volunteers are getting a well-deserved funding boost thanks to the Victorian Government’s $15 million Emergency Services Volunteer Sustainability Grants program. Hundreds of grant applications for equipment, communications, facility upgrades and community engagement and training have already been received from volunteer organisations across the state. Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney MP this…

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New $40 Million Fund To Help Train More Victorians

Victorian industries will receive more support to train their current and new workforce through the Andrews Labor Government’s new $40 million Workforce Training Innovation Fund (WTIF). Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney today launched the fund at Melbourne-based John Holland Group which is one of Australia’s leading engineering and contracting service providers. The fund…

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State-Of-The-Art Training Equipment For Victoria Polytechnic

The Andrews Labor Government is investing more than $550,000 in state-of-the-art, specialised teaching equipment for Victoria Polytechnic to meet the needs of both students and industry. Victoria Polytechnic will use its funding for simulation equipment for health based courses, as well as funds for the purchase of ten robots and improved equipment for hair, make-up…

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New Year Marks Fresh Start For Victoria’s Training System

Today marks the beginning of the Andrews Labor Government’s overhaul of the state’s training and TAFE system. With the introduction of Skills First, the Labor Government is ensuring Victoria’s training and TAFE system is better managed and delivers qualifications that lead to real jobs. The Skills First reforms, first flagged in August, will be introduced…

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New Training Contracts A Win For Students And Industry

The Andrews Labor Government is improving quality in the training system even further with new, tougher contracts being offered to training providers for next year. More than 300 quality training providers have been offered contracts to deliver government-funded training in 2017 under Skills First – the Labor Government’s new approach to training and TAFE in…

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