Thursday 23rd Jan, 2020

Making the right connection: Finding outstanding people to fill rail’s skills shortage

The boom in the Australian and New Zealand rail industry is stretching the skills of the industry. An estimated $50…
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Surviving a Digital Tsunami: the Rail Manufacturing CRC’s legacy

A digital revolution is underway in the rail manufacturing industry, says Stuart Thomson, CEO of the Rail Manufacturing Cooperative Research…
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Specialised skills approach to service rail’s construction boom

With work ramping up across the rail sector, labour hire, recruitment, managed labour and safety management firm Category 5 is…
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Changing times, changing needs

While known as a training solutions provider for the rail industry, over the last 16 years since its inception, the…
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Shadow transport minister calls for workforce research body

Federal shadow transport minister, Catherine King, reiterated her party’s promise to create a body to conduct research on the future…
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Federal underspend in vocational education leads to fewer apprenticeships

The federal government has been accused of underspending towards vocational education and training programs, potentially exacerbating the skills shortage already…
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Working with mental health: How businesses can help

In Australia, one in five people aged 16-85 years experience a mental health illness in any given year¹. The three…
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ARTC to tackle skills shortage with Inland Rail Skills Academy

A new Inland Rail Skills Academy will aim to forge partnerships between organisations to create education, training, skills development and…
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