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Government funds AIM office in ACT

By Paul Hemsley A training and management centre from the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) has been opened in the ACT with funding from the Australian Government. Located in the centre of Canberra’s business district, Childer’s Square, the Australian Government under the Commonwealth Government Industry and Indigenous Skill Centre Program contributed $470000 in funding. ACT […]

Skills boosted for mining and construction

Specialist training will be provided in Western Australia in mining and construction following an upgrade of a South Guildford skills centre. The training will be open to almost 420 students after $10 million was spent extending the existing WesTrac National Skills Training Centre of Excellence – funded by the Australian Government in partnership with WesTrac […]

E-learning taking off in government

By Lilia Guan   Consulting service ILX Group  has secured staff training contracts with several Federal government departments.    These include the Australian Electoral Commission, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Department of Immigration and Citizenship, AusAid and Australian Bureau of Statistics.   ILX group country manager for Australia and New Zealand Michelle Phillips […]

Training to deal with procurement rules

By Lilia Guan Traditionally procurement purchasing in government was about getting the best value for money and finding savings where government sees fit. However the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply’s managing director – Jonathan Dutton told Government News the organisation has seen many changes to procurement and training in government. Dutton says procurement has […]


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