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New Security Competency Testing Program launched
This pre-license test has been designed to ensure that those seeking to gain employment as a Security Officer or Crowd Controller in WA can demonstrate the required knowledge and language skills.

DTWD launches new website
The Department of Training and Workforce Development has launched a new website to assist business.

WA Training Awards 2017 individual finalists announced
26 July 2017
Finalists represent Western Australia's best apprentices, trainees, students and trainers Awards program nurtures talent ensuring a strong indu

Finalists commended during critical time for the training industry
30 June 2017
11 organisational finalists for WA Training Awards 2017 named
Healthy training industry is key to delivering job opportunities for WA

McGowan Government delivers commitment to prioritise WA workers
21 June 2017
The McGowan Government has replaced the WA Skilled Migration Occupation List
New list only contains occupations where there is a genuine need t

International education consortium to create jobs and economic development
16 June 2017
Premier hosts fourth of a series of Industry Engagement Consortiums to strengthen working relationships between industry and government to create jobs

Joint media statement from the State and Federal Governments
08 May 2017
$2.3 billion jobs and infrastructure boost for Western Australia

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