SA skills policy offers new direction for training pathways

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Following federal investment in skills through the National Skills Agreement, the South Australian government have released a new skills policy.

Skilled. Thriving. Connected – highlights reform for the next decade, tackling skills shortage through training pathways aligned with state priorities, and ensuring quality and integrity of training providers.

SA Unions Secretary Dale Beasley says a crackdown on training system rorting by eliminating dodgy providers’ behaviour is long overdue.

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