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New Security Competency Testing Program launched
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DTWD launches new website
The Department of Training and Workforce Development has launched a new website to assist business.



Vocational education and training reform to boost quality
22 October 2018
An overhaul of the vocational education and training delivered in WA secondary schools will help ensure students receive the best quality training.

Top of training - WA Training Awards 2018 finalists announced
03 August 2018
Outstanding apprentices, trainees, students and trainers named as finalists in WA Training Awards 2018

Clear pathway for businesses and government to create WA jobs
28 June 2018
New policy being established to encourage private sector investment to develop projects, as part of the McGowan Labor Government's Plan for Jobs

WAs first demonstration SMART Farm opens at Muresk Institute
13 June 2018
Highly advanced technology put in place for education and training purposes
Opportunities for WA jobs continues to grow in agriculture sector


New and improved facilities to better support Albany students
11 May 2018
McGowan Government invests $9.8 million to upgrade Albany Secondary Education Support Centre and North Albany Senior High School

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