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New TAFE SA Board appointed

The State Government has today appointed a new TAFE SA Board, made up of seven Directors charged with ensuring the quality and good governance of the public training provider.

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Marshall Government releases ASQA and Nous reports

The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has today provided the State Government with its review of TAFE SA’s application for reconsideration in response to the audit conducted last year.

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Liberals commit support for Ice Factor

The Marshall Liberals support the valuable work of the Ice Factor program and have pledged to assist the program continue past 2020 if successful on March 17.

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Labor’s secret state

The State Liberals are demanding the Weatherill Government releases the $150,000 report it has commissioned from the Nous Group into the TAFE scandal before the state election.

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A fresh start for TAFE SA

As part of its planned reform of South Australia’s jobs training sector a State Liberal Government will use its ministerial powers under the Act to dissolve the current TAFE Board and appoint a new Board to give TAFE SA a fresh start.

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20,800 new apprenticeships and traineeships

A Marshall Liberal Government will invest $100 million to create more than 20,000 new places in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system to provide young South Australians with a greater opportunity of securing an apprenticeship or traineeship.

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Training our sights on future jobs

The State Liberals are pledging to restore public confidence in South Australia’s much maligned Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector with a major investment if a Marshall Liberal Government is elected in March.

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Hearing into TAFE SA should be in Adelaide not Sydney

Labor’s Senate Leader Penny Wong must use her authority to direct her colleagues to change the location of the Senate inquiry into TAFE SA from Sydney to Adelaide.

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Back to school

As South Australian students return to school today, the State Liberals have restated their positive plans for the state's education system.

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Keeping our children safe from bullying

The State Liberals today unveiled a package of measures to tackle bullying in schools, including replacing the controversial Safe Schools program with a broad evidence-based anti-bullying program with particular focus on stopping online bullying.

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