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  • TAFE NSW Partnership
    03-Sep-2015

    TAFE NSW Partnership

    Sydney TAFE and Western Sydney Institute of TAFE recently partnered with Upskilled to deliver a variety of courses, from Sports to Financial Services and even Agriculture – a new industry for Upskilled.

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  • Smart and Skilled Announcement!
    27-Oct-2014

    Smart and Skilled Announcement!

    Alongside experience, education is the foundation when entering any new career. With the new Smart and Skilled program, you'll have the opportunity to obtain the necessary skills you'll need to pursue a career.

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  • USI – Unique Student Identifier – Coming Soon!
    16-Sep-2014

    USI – Unique Student Identifier – Coming Soon!

    The commencement of the USI program is set for 1st January 2015. From this date all current and new students participating in VET courses will require a USI before any statement of attainment or certificate can be issued.

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  • Upskilled Partners With Lynda.com
    26-Aug-2014

    Upskilled Partners With Lynda.com

    Upskilled students now have unlimited access to over 2000 online video training courses via lynda.com.  Each course trains the viewer in the use of discrete elements in a wide range of software. The courses have been designed and deliverd by industry experts and provide a great way to learn.

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  • Federal Budget: Higher Education & Skills Reform
    26-May-2014

    Federal Budget: Higher Education & Skills Reform

    The recent Federal Budget announcement saw some major reforms in the Higher Education Sector. Below we’ve provided a breakdown of the major changes in the areas of Skills, Higher Education, Schools and Research

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  • Maximise Your Training Budget Whitepaper
    06-Mar-2014

    Maximise Your Training Budget Whitepaper

    Download your free guide to learn how to maximise your training budget.

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  • VET FEE-HELP Courses Now Available
    19-Dec-2013

    VET FEE-HELP Courses Now Available

    For students who want to begin study without the up-front financial burden, Upskilled now offers a range of VET FEE-HELP approved qualifications including business and IT courses

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  • Skills for All Update
    23-Sep-2013

    Skills for All Update

    The South Australian Department of Education recently made further updates to the list of courses available via the Skills for All Government Funding program.

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  • New Upskilled Students To Be Rewarded
    23-Sep-2013

    New Upskilled Students To Be Rewarded

    Students undertaking a qualification with Upskilled now gain access to The Upskilled Student Rewards Program, which offers a large range of attractive lifestyle benefits, incorporating access to two great programs: Presidential Card and Presidential Card Online Shop.

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  • Upskilled Serves Up 11 New Qualifications
    12-Sep-2013

    Upskilled Serves Up 11 New Qualifications

    Upskilled is pleased to announce the launch of 11 new Qualifications in the 3 areas of high demand: Hospitality, Community Services and Retail. Upskilled continues to expand its product offering, now with 46 Qualifications and over 250 short courses available.

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  • Daily Telegraph - Hit the Books Any Time
    08-Dec-2012

    Daily Telegraph - Hit the Books Any Time

    People who want to increase their skills do not have to wait until the new year to begin. Upskilled chief executive Jon Lang says RTOs are not bound by schedule start and stop dates for semesters.

  • The Sun-Herald - Log on to solve work-study problems
    17-Nov-2012

    The Sun-Herald - Log on to solve work-study problems

    Online Education earns top marks for time poor workers. Adult learning can conjure images of grown people sitting at night in a classroom, hunched at tiny desks surrounded by the work of classroom's daytime inhabitants.

  • The Courier Mail - Gaining Skills to Cost More
    17-Nov-2012

    The Courier Mail - Gaining Skills to Cost More

    Workers who want to upskill may have to pay more for their qualification because of Federal Government budget cuts to the vocational education and training sector

  • Adelaide Advertiser - Gaining Skills to Cost more
    17-Nov-2012

    Adelaide Advertiser - Gaining Skills to Cost more

    There was a $470 million cut over a four-year period, $280 million for part-time employees and $90 million incentive cuts for diploma level and above. This meant a removal of certain incentives for business and companies (to put staff through training)

  • The Australian - Upskilled CommSec Entrepreneur Series
    07-Nov-2012

    The Australian - Upskilled CommSec Entrepreneur Series

    Joel Gage and Varant Bomoushakian are interviewed by brrmedia for the commsec entrepreneur series. Talking about how they brought Upskilled from a small bedroom apartment to now a leading national education company.

  • Upskilled Survey finds Aussies enjoy their jobs
    19-Oct-2012

    Upskilled Survey finds Aussies enjoy their jobs

    Despite recent reports of unhappy workplaces and job misery, a new report¹ has found that 77 per cent of Australians actually enjoy their jobs, with those in regional areas more likely to love their jobs than their city counterparts.

  • Northern Territory News - Target training and hit a bullseye
    22-Sep-2012

    Northern Territory News - Target training and hit a bullseye

    Training organisations Upskilled says trainees and their employers often are not focused enough on the outcomes that are required for when someone has completed their training.

  • Central Coast Express Advocate - Learn new skills
    19-Sep-2012

    Central Coast Express Advocate - Learn new skills

    Registered training organisation Upskilled is offering a training course in management. Upskilled offers training delivered by qualified professionals in disciplines including administration, HR and management.

  • Penrith Press - Upskill your business
    18-Sep-2012

    Penrith Press - Upskill your business

    Upskilled, one of Australia's leading registered training organisations is now offering training courses to Penrith residents. The Government may pay for the full cost of the course for eligible residents.

  • Adelaide Advertiser - Hit a bullseye with training
    15-Sep-2012

    Adelaide Advertiser - Hit a bullseye with training

    Employers and workers should avoid training "for training's sake" and concentrate more on investing in skills that will bring a return. Training organisation Upskilled says trainees and their employers were not focused enough on the required outcomes for when someone had completed their training.