News Service 125 – NSW Regulator sets new apprenticeship supervision standard, NSW has a new construction regulator, New approach to needed in apprenticeship management, NSW Skills Review symposium, Smart & Skilled update, PSO holds industry TAG meetings, Latest NSW apprentice & trainee numbers, Fed Gov to review apprenticeship system, JSA releases updated classification profiles and latest labour declining market information, New members to NSW Women’s Advisory Council announced, Electrical incidents sharing the knowledge, Safety news, Energy ministers empower themselves to force coal to stay open, and ENERGYCO’S end of year snapshot.

 Download a PDF version of the News Service 125  MERRY X-MAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR This is final publication of the NSW UE ITAB News Service for 2023.  We too, will take a break during the festive season. On behalf of the NSW UE ITAB Board, we extend to our News Service readers and […]

News Service 113 – Electrical Trade Trainer job, Tech to increase productivity, Consultations – Apprenticeship support, Gas & Electricity Act and Health, Women in trades, Education pathways program, Regulator morale down, Electricity Jobs Advocate 1st report, Australian Training Awards winners, NSW Small Business last week, Union slams CEDA licencing plan, Electrician fined, ACCC deadly solar batteries, Electrical safety webinar, Energy & renewables

Download a PDF version of the News Service 113 1. ADAPTIVE NSW – HOW EMBRACING TECH COULD RECHARGE OUR PROSPERITY The NSW Productivity Commission has released its latest report on how emerging technologies could enhance productivity and improve economic growth in NSW.  The November 2022 titled, “Adaptive NSW: how embracing tech could recharge our prosperity”, […]

News Service 107 – Apprentice number up, Employment white paper, Minister to tackle skills & labour shortages, MAE careers for females, AISC endorses ESI-TDR TP Release 4.0, REL in ACT, NSW Skills List consultation, Survey report of ALN providers, ARC Summer campaign, Call for fair access to standards, Support in trade training can make a difference, FPAA election, Safety, Electrical Incidents, Energy News

Download a PDF version of the News Service 107 1. APPRENTICE AND TRAINEE COMMENCEMENTS UP, HIGHEST NUMBER FOR A QUARTER SINCE 2012 NCVER Media Release of 12 October 2022 shows that Apprentice and trainee commencements increased to 85 470 in the March quarter 2022, the highest quarterly level since the June quarter 2012 (126 180). […]

News Service 91 – What will new government do for skills & training, Easy fix skills crisis, Technicians wanted space industry, Women in trades & career pathfinder, 7-star homes, VET & Industry webinars, Safety & Industry news

1. WHAT AN ALBANESE LABOR GOVERNMENT MEANS FOR SKILLS AND TRAINING TAFE Directors Australia latest Newsletter of 23 May 2022 includes an article about what an Albanese Labor government means for skills and training. The article states, “Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese comes to government with a decisive plan for the vocational education and training sector, […]

News Service 90 – Smart & Skilled ups Electrical apprentice funding, Focus on women-MAE project, Online jobs up, Women in trades workshops, New experts & novices platform, MSA scholarship open, ANZSCO update, Training Package news, Safety & Industry News

1. NSW SMART AND SKILLED RAISES CERTIFICATE III ELECTRICIAN (UEE30820) FUNDING BY $5,500 Its good news for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) delivering the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (UEE30820). Training Services NSW has announced that it has increased funding for the qualification by $5,500.  The new funding allocation will take affect 1 July 2022. This […]