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Changes to payroll tax exemption for trainees announced
01 December 2017
Payroll tax exemption for traineeships to be limited to new employees saving about $100 million over the forward estimates

New course to skill next generation of female agricultural leaders
21 November 2017
The course covers biosecurity, technology, animal welfare, and business innovation, and is aimed at boosting participation of women in agriculture

New specialist training facility in Munster has extra edge
17 November 2017
New facilities to help students develop the skills required by oil and gas, chemical processing, engineering and resources industries

TAFE upgrade in Geraldton benefits students and wider community
26 October 2017
Central Regional TAFE's $2.85 million interactive student hub at Geraldton campus officially opened

Industry training partnership to future-proof Western Australian jobs
20 October 2017
TAFE WA and Rio Tinto to create a new training program to prepare workers for industry advancements, innovation and automation

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