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  • The Courier Mail - Hit a bullseye with training

    The Courier Mail - Hit a bullseye with training

    15-Sep-2012

    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.

  • Canning Times - Increase in training seen

    Canning Times - Increase in training seen

    28-Aug-2012

    A CANNING Vale training organisation is reporting an increase in enrolments. Upskilled, a trade-based training company, reported a 700 per cent increase in enrolments since November 2011.

  • Herald Sun - Rapid Rotation

    Herald Sun - Rapid Rotation

    18-Aug-2012

    The ageing population and booming growth in casual jobs in the economy are resulting in more people changing jobs more often. Australians already are more mobile than other nations, with Aussies in the same job for an average of seven years, four years less than the European Union average of 11 years.

  • Kalamunda Reporter - Training group sees rise in enrolmnents

    Kalamunda Reporter - Training group sees rise in enrolmnents

    14-Aug-2012

    A training organisation has reported a huge increase in enrolments this year. Upskilled has put the jump in WA course enrolments down to local employers looking to strengthen the skill set of their workforce through tailored, vocational training.

  • Geraldton Guardian - Upskilled is 'on the up'

    Geraldton Guardian - Upskilled is 'on the up'

    01-Aug-2012

    Geraldton employers looking to strengthen the skill set of their workforce can enrol staff in an Upskilled course. The registered training organisation is providing a management and occupational health and safety course for the first time in Geraldton, Midland and Canning Vale.

  • news.com.au - Farmers, event management and law the most happy professions, survey shows

    news.com.au - Farmers, event management and law the most happy professions, survey shows

    19-Oct-2011

    Farmers, event management and law the most happy professions, survey shows

  • Herald Sun - Aussie workers hate moaners

    Herald Sun - Aussie workers hate moaners

    19-Oct-2011

    Moaning co-workers and boredom have replaced work hours and pay as the main complaints from Aussie workers, but some industries are more painful than others.

  • Penrith City Star - Women's network holds Penrith business lunch

    Penrith City Star - Women's network holds Penrith business lunch

    14-Sep-2011

    This is an opportunity for businesswomen with small to medium enterprises to meet, network, promote their business, gain contacts and exchange referrals to build their business in the Penrith area. Online registration is essential.

  • The Chronicle - Job prospects on the rise

    The Chronicle - Job prospects on the rise

    19-Jul-2011

    TOOWOOMBA residents can receive a boost to their career prospects through upcoming government-funded professional business training courses in August.

  • Adelaide Advertiser - Free chance to lift skills

    Adelaide Advertiser - Free chance to lift skills

    02-Jul-2011

    An Adelaide woman's desire to be an increasingly valuable member of the workforce by learning a new skill has won her a free training course.

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