Key web pages and entry points for the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Information for employers on all aspects of Australian Apprenticeships, including costs and benefits for your business and where to get more information.
Search Page for the Myfuture website for scholarships by field of study, level, region, type of support and target group.
Links to the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations page with an index to available Career development information and resources.
Australian JobSearch section for careers information. Links to a number of websites providing careers information, giving an overview of what each site can offer.
Search by type of care (long, occasional, after school etc), location (town, postcode etc) or name of centre to find approved child care services in your area.
The Digital Education aims to support the use of new technologies in Australian schools to prepare students to learn, train and live in a digital world.
The Disability Employment Services helps people with disability find work and keep a job.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations index page for early childhood.
The early years learning framework describes the principles, practice and outcomes essential to support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school.
Links to the Department's Portfolio budget information and Portfolio Budget Statements 2013-14.
Information for job seekers about how to gain employability skills to better equip you to find work. Employability skills are also sometimes referred to as generic skills, capabilities, enabling skills or key competencies. Includes links to Job Ready Certificate, Employability Skills in Training Package.
Fair Work Ombudsman website's employees section provides information on modern awards, pay rates, a set of 10 National Employment Standards (NES) for all employees and Fair Work Information Statement.
Fair Work Ombudsman's website provides information for employers about Australia's new national workplace relations system, pay rates, modern awards, record keeping, and dispute resolution.
If you are looking for work, you can search the online facility to find the details of your local employment service providers. Employment service providers are agencies that provide various kinds of support to job seekers.
The Fair Work system is Australia’s national workplace relations system. Designed to balance the needs of employees and employers.
Harvest Trail links job seekers with harvest jobs Australia wide. It offers a great way for people to travel around Australia at their own pace while working and earning money.
Employers who want to offer work placements and ongoing employment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students can get financial help from the Australian Government.
The Indigenous Employment Program (IEP) aims to increase opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities and employers through employment, business support and economic development activities.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations main page for Indigenous schooling. Includes links to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander schooling programs and initiatives.
Indigenous Wage Subsidy (IWS) is an incentive paid to employers when they employ eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on an ongoing basis.
This downloadable fact sheet kit aims to assist families to access the support and services required to make important and sometimes complex, child care decisions. The fact sheets include information on Child Care Benefit, Child Care Rebate, Jobs, Education and Training Child Care fee assistance, Child Care Support program and Child Care Access Hotline.
Job Services Australia is the Australian Government employment services system that supports job seekers and employers.
The Council of Australian Governments developed My time, our place...(The Framework) to assist school-age-care educators to provide children with opportunities to maximise their potential and develop a foundation for future success in life.
The National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry (the Code) is the standard of practice for building and construction work for Government funded projects.
The National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care applies to most long day care, family day care, preschool and kindergarten, and outside schools hours care services. The Framework is a national approach to the regulation and quality assessment of early childhood education and care services.
The National Safe Schools Framework provides Australian schools with a vision and a set of guiding principles that assist school communities to take a proactive whole-school approach to developing effective student safety and wellbeing policies. This vision includes creating learning environments which are free from bullying, harassment, aggression and violence.
26 August-1 September 2013
National Skills Week is dedicated to raising the status of practical and vocational learning, enabling all Australians to gain a greater understanding of the opportunities, their potential and how they contribute to a successful, modern economy. Learning by doing is as important as academic learning - there are many paths to success.
The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) provides job seekers with accredited small business training, business mentoring and financial assistance to help them to become a self-employed business owner.
The Parliament and Civics Education Rebate (PACER) provides a subsidy for schools travelling more than 150 kilometres to visit Canberra as part of a civics and citizenship education excursion. The excursion should be attended by students in Year 4 to Year 12.
Teacher quality and strong school leadership have a positive impact on students. Programs are in place to improve the quality of teachers, including professional standards for teachers, collection of teacher workforce information, awards for quality teaching and school leadership and recruitment of professionals to teaching careers.
Resilience Education and Drug Information (REDI) was developed to provide information to school communities on effective drug education, managing drug use issues and drug-related incidents in schools. Includes links to current information, research, and resources.
Allow people to apply for resource sector jobs, including those covered by Enterprise Migration Agreements (EMAs). The service provides practical assistance for job seekers and employers including workforce and recruitment advice.
Scholarships are offered by the Australian Government, education institutions and a number of other organisations. They cover various educational sectors, including vocational education and training, student exchanges, undergraduate and postgraduate study and research.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations index page for schooling.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations page with organisations and contacts relating to school education. It has links to State and territory government school education websites, non-government education authorities and national education authorities.
The Trade Training Centres in Schools Program enables secondary schools to seek funding for Trade Training Centres. These Centres enable secondary schools to offer a broader range of vocational education and training options to students from years 9 to 12.
Year 12 - What Next? is a guide to help Year 12 students plan their post-school education and training. It tells you about working life in the future, course options and other places where you can get planning help and advice.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations index page for youth. Includes links to information about various services and programs.