Victoria’s female scientists have been celebrated for their dedication and excellence as they spearhead the medical research response to coronavirus. Almost 60 per cent of Australia’s medical research community are women and Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy Jaala Pulford said that..
Victorians who lost their job during the pandemic will have the chance to take a free skills bootcamp to help them land a role with one of the state’s burgeoning startups. A new $2 million LaunchVic initiative will provide training to 900 people in total,..
Workers will cultivate vegetables and experience at the Collingwood Children’s Farm in the latest round of jobs created by the Andrews Labor Government’s Working for Victoria initiative. More than 145 new jobs will be supported at 20 social enterprises, benefitting the economy and the community..
The Andrews Labor Government is working with industry to identify the digital needs of Victorian businesses in the lead-in to the launch of the $64 million Digital Skills and Jobs program. Member for Mount Waverley Matt Fregon led an industry roundtable today – on behalf..
The Andrews Labor Government is creating jobs in Melton as part of the Working for Victoria initiative – giving locals the chance to find work and bringing the Melton Botanic Garden to life. Minister for Employment Jaala Pulford and Member for Melton Steve McGhie today..
The Andrews Labor Government’s Business Recovery and Resilience Mentoring program has allowed businesses to step back from the coalface and gain advice on digital opportunities, preparing and implementing business plans, improving time management, identifying new opportunities and rethinking marketing strategies. More than 730 businesses have..
The Andrews Labor Government is backing Victorians to transition into high-growth digital career pathways with a new retraining program for 200 workers launching this week. The pilot program will see participants learn new skills in hi-tech growth industries including financial technology, customer experience, cybersecurity, data..
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to support regional businesses and communities to thrive, with new funding now ready to help companies grow jobs and attract investment. Minister for Regional Development Mary-Anne Thomas today launched the new round of the Labor Government’s Regional Jobs Fund..
New support has been announced for small businesses, including sole traders, most impacted by the coronavirus circuit-breaker action – with hospitality, tourism, events and creative industries operators to benefit from grants. New $200 vouchers for travel in regional Victoria and Melbourne will further bolster tourism..
Australia’s first accelerator program to scale-up artificial intelligence companies and a $100 million venture capital fund are launching from a new base in Richmond – in a major step towards establishing Victoria as a leading destination for AI technology within the Asia Pacific. Backed by..
The Australian Open is providing a vital stepping stone for jobseekers who are experiencing barriers to gaining work, including people who are long-term unemployed, have a disability or speak English as a second language. A partnership between JobsBank and Tennis Australia has supported 25 people..
The Andrews Labor Government is helping Victoria’s best and brightest researchers discover new breakthroughs in cancer prevention, treatment and care. Minister for Health Martin Foley today announced the 21 recipients from the Victorian Cancer Agency’s latest grants round, who will share in more than $10..
As part of the Government’s Working for Victoria fund, a further 178 jobs are being created across metropolitan and regional communities, including eight jobs at McCallum Disability Services in Ballarat. Many people with disabilities have been unable to participate in their everyday lives during the..
The Andrews Labor Government is providing a boost for workers in creative industries through its Working for Victoria initiative, with dozens of creative professionals starting work this week on schools placements. Minister for Employment Jaala Pulford visited Brunswick North West Primary School where circus artists..
Thousands of Victorian children are starting at Three-Year-Old Kindergarten from this week, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark early childhood education reform. Minister for Early Childhood Ingrid Stitt today visited AG Leech Kindergarten in Maryborough to celebrate local children attending funded universal three-year-old kindergarten..
Trade Trak provides a cloud-based comprehensive tool for trades and services to manage onsite safety, job scheduling, quoting, invoicing and contractor management. Burdens Plumbing Supplies has teamed with Trade Trak to allow small business customers to use the platform, giving them access to all its..
Three of Mildura’s highest-risk intersections will be made safer as part of the first round of a state-wide blitz targeting rural and regional Victoria’s most dangerous intersections thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. Minister for Roads, Road Safety and the TAC Jaala Pulford said the..
The Dimboola Football Netball Club has welcomed new female-friendly facilities as the Roos seek to provide first-rate sporting opportunities for women and girls in the Wimmera. At nearby Nhill, young people are enjoying the benefits of a sparkling new skate park – the projects backed..