Many Australian voters have come to associate Parliament with petty political divisions and infighting. Surprisingly, the recent Jobs and Skills Summit was pleasantly different. Influential figures from government, business, labor and civil society have come together to set the jobs agenda, respectfully voicing their opinions and collectively acknowledging that existingRead More →

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today launched an Assured Skills Academy in Digital Engineering in partnership with Deloitte, offering 23 quality training places. Gordon Lyons, Minister of Economy The Assured Skills Academy will see participants receive seven weeks of industry-relevant training with South Eastern Regional College (SERC). Completion of the AcademyRead More →

ISLAMABAD – A China-Pakistan Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Cooperation and Development Seminar was held alongside the kick-off ceremony of the China-Pakistan Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) series of activities China-Pakistan TVET at the Embassy of Pakistan in China.NAVTTC Executive Director Sajid Baloch addressed the InternationalRead More →

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., Sept. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Creators of Online Toilet Paper Hands Educational Program respond to the explosion in demand for online education with innovative edutech: changing the game in economic education so that students can keep up with the acceleration of web3 in a post-pandemicRead More →

Source: Lidya Nada/Unsplash Accurately identifying the specific emotions you are feeling is the foundation of all other emotion regulation skills. Here are three ways to improve your identification of emotions (including a fun one!) 1. Bingo of emotions. Create yourself a bingo card with as many emotion words as youRead More →

New partnership creates social value for £130m Miller’s Quay development Hundreds of students at Wirral Met College’s construction campus in Wirral Waters will have access to a ‘real world’ classroom and structured activity program to enrich their learning and prepare them for employment in the construction industry. modern building. BuildingRead More →

For decades, TV shows have helped young children practice their ABCs and 1-2-3s. From “The Electric Company” to “Sesame Street” to “Between the Lions”, research has shown that educational programs can effectively teach children the basics of literacy and numeracy, such as letter and number recognition. sounds and how numbersRead More →

Recent research by leading national training provider, The Skills Network, reveals updated skills gaps following the successful acquisition of three new Skills Bootcamps training contracts to deliver training nationwide The UK-based provider has revealed the most in-demand skills across multiple regions across the UK, including East Midlands, East of England,Read More →

Mr. Samson Itodo, CEO, Yiaga Africa By Bridget Ikyado The Executive Director of Yiaga Africa, Mr. Samson Itodo, advised students in the country to acquire professional skills, in order to be self-sufficient after graduation. Itodo said in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that learningRead More →

An edited version of the editorial below by NAB CEO Ross McEwan appeared in age and Sydney Morning Herald Monday, August 29, 2022. The challenge facing the Australian Government’s Jobs and Skills Summit is clear. We have an economy approaching full capacity with a shortage of workers now a criticalRead More →

A number of women wishing to take on leadership roles have begun their journey to becoming councilors or mayors in the 2024 elections. On Saturday, August 20, Local Government Minister Melissa Horne welcomed the first 60 participants in the first batch of the state government’s Women Leading Locally program. “AchievingRead More →

Transitioning to a digital world requires a proactive strategy that relies on anticipating change and providing organizations and employees with the skills they need to thrive. Digital transformation is more people-centric than technology-centric. If you want to adapt to an even more digital future, you need to develop the capabilitiesRead More →

EdCamp students at elemental border completed projects where they developed their skills in planning, creating, problem-solving and collaborating this summer. Students created music videos, built fairy gardens, played charades, had opportunities for sensory activities, made slime, participated in a bubblemania activity and more. “They can also do fun things thatRead More →

Many factors contribute to success in the workplace. One of the most important is leadership skills for the workplace. Leadership isn’t just about being a good boss. It’s about being a good leader. And when you’re looking for work, you want to know that your potential employer will be ableRead More →

Conventional tests can underestimate a student’s ability to learn. Sociocultural barriers, test anxiety, and differences in brain development rates can skew results. In principle, neuroscience tools that allow observation of brain activity could better characterize learning gains. But neuroscience and education have not always formed successful partnerships. New search whichRead More →

Good Neighbor Active Living Center (GNALC) hosts an open house to encourage seniors to stay active, socialize and connect to the community. GNALC is Manitoba’s largest seniors center and the organization has come to realize that the pandemic has affected everyone, but seniors have been impacted in ways that otherRead More →

Long before “The Big Quit” became a global buzzword at the height of the pandemic, with employees at all stages of their careers stepping out of their comfort zones and making brave decisions, many platforms e-learning had already anticipated a major shift in workplace dynamics. For decades, workplaces have emphasizedRead More →

Federal Industry Minister Ed Husic will participate this week organize five invitation-only industry roundtables to discuss the challenges posed by skilled labor shortages ahead of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Jobs and Skills Summit to be held in Parliament the first week of september. Mr. Husic will moderate two panel discussionsRead More →

Indian Institute of Technology Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation (IITM PTF) has partnered with Sony India Software Center Private limited to equip students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds with industry-ready technical skills. The course named “Sony India Finishing School Skill Development Training Program” aims to provide training in certain areas such asRead More →

Private businesses in the Ashanti region have acquired skills to provide better and improved services to their customers. Dubbed ‘Ashanti Business Clinic and Exhibition’, businesses were offered a platform for networking, marketing and growth. Disruptions in the business environment following the Russian-Ukrainian war and Covid-19 necessitated the business clinic toRead More →

Life skills programs for women at the Where Rainbows Meet Training and Development Foundation in Vrygrond help unemployed women start their own small businesses. PHOTO: provided The Where Rainbows Meet Training and Development Foundation in Vrygrond offers unemployed women in the community various life skills and leadership programs. Mymoena Scholtz,Read More →

RMIT’s second Skills and Jobs Center has opened on RMIT’s Bundoora campus – offering free expert advice on training, retraining and employment options for prospective students, job seekers employment and members of the community. In partnership with the Victorian Department of Education and Training and the Victorian Skills Authority, theRead More →

In this role for just over two years now, Guy Hancock has helped local members of the group and the community at large identify species and liaise with Queensland Herbarium and Biosecurity Queensland. As Bundaberg Regional Coordinator for the Weed Spotters Network Queensland, Guy Hancock, the Council’s Land Protection Officer,Read More →

Since the pandemic hit, one of the many things that has become more popular is the interest in learning survival skills. New England experts say they’ve had a lot more people requesting lessons, and now they’re hosting an event for anyone to learn those skills and put them through theirRead More →

Through their work this summer in the College’s community gardens and student farm, Albion students from the Center for Sustainability and the Environment are developing flexible tools for professional and personal success. August 4, 2022 Installing the deer fence in the Albion Community Gardens (left to right): Professor Trisha Franzen;Read More →

Center of Excellence in Maritime and Shipbuilding (CEMS), a skills development initiative by Indian Register of Shipping and Sagarmala – Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Medhavi Skills University (MSU), a UGC, DGT and NSDC recognized Skills University. CEMS and MSU willRead More →

The city grew Youth Summer Employment Program (SYEP) benefits teens and young people with various opportunities at Queens Community House (QCH), the social service organization based in Forest Hills. In February, Mayor Eric Adams announced that SYEP would include a record 100,000 young people participating in the summer jobs programRead More →

The volleyball season is less than a month away for Smackover, which will field a team for the very first time. The Lady Bucks will play college and JV schedules beginning August 22 at Emerson. Smackover plans to play its home matches at Norphlet’s Gymnasium. Coach Dennis Steele launched theRead More →

Children play a game of Monopoly Tuesday at Western Elementary School in Naugatuck as the Naugatuck YMCA began its 12-week character development program for middle-aged children. Jim Shannon Republican-American By Raquel Williamson Republican-American NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA has launched a new character development program at Western Elementary School inRead More →

Hyderabad: In a unique development, the University of Hyderabad (UoH), one of India’s most reputable institutions in higher education and Help The Blind Foundation (HTBF), a non-governmental organization that caters to the financial needs of visually impaired students who attend the university, entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) onRead More →

Digitization is changing the skills people need to work. New digital tools continue to materialize to accomplish traditional workplace tasks, and technology-focused job opportunities are on the rise – from cloud computing specialist to digital marketing and analyst roles of data. We must prepare today’s students for the world ofRead More →

Labor shortages and declining retention rates remain key challenges for industrial operations, according to Deloitte. today almost 90% of manufacturers struggle to fill critical labor shortages, reporting that their frontline facilities are understaffed up to 38% of the time. Augmentir’s suite of connected worker tools is designed to help manufacturersRead More →

It is an illusion to think that sustainable economic growth can be achieved by rapid solutions to the structural weaknesses of the factors of production. Malta’s labor market weaknesses have been known to policy makers for some time. Recent economic growth has not been achieved primarily by improving the skillsRead More →

The construction labor shortage and the digital skills gap are global challenges. According at the last annual survey by Associated General Contractors of America and Autodesk, 89% of US construction companies struggle to fill hourly positions and 86% struggle to fill salaried positions. Sixty-one percent of companies surveyed said theirRead More →

The Institute for Apprenticeship and Technical Education (IfATE) has launched a broad reflection on how skills training serves the legal, financial and accounting professions. We want to ensure that apprenticeships and broader technical education, including T-levels and higher technical qualifications, work for everyone, regardless of company size and location andRead More →

Artwork by Aamnah Arshad After a hectic school year, there’s nothing wrong with sleeping in and spending the day watching TV or playing video games. While it’s crucial to take a well-deserved break from your studies, spending all your time doing nothing could later make you regret accomplishing more duringRead More →

Fort Drum children practice turning left, right, braking and stopping on an obstacle course July 15 outside the Magrath Sports Complex during the annual bike rodeo. Fort Drum Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Branch staff organized the event to reinforce bike safety and help children practice their skills. (PhotosRead More →

The Platform School, Ipaja, Lagos, said children’s ability to play chess helps develop critical thinking. Speaking in an interview after the students of Platform School won the Lagos State Chess Tournament, the headmaster of the school, Mr Bola Obe, claimed that the students were able to win the competition becauseRead More →

shapecharge/Getty Images You probably already know that you’ll need to learn coding to work in tech. But did you know that you will also need soft skills for tech jobs? Soft skills, also known as soft skills, enable workers to work effectively and harmoniously with others. Essential soft skills forRead More →

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed in Townsville with the aim of increasing the training of one of Australia’s fastest growing industry workforces – hydrogen. Training and Skills Development Minister Di Farmer traveled to Townsville, Queensland to witness the signing between TAFE Queensland and Ark Energy Corporation whichRead More →

New research from Australia suggests that our brains are adept at recognizing sophisticated deepfakes, even when we consciously believe the images we see are real. The discovery further implies the possibility of using people’s neural responses to deepfake faces (rather than their stated opinions) to train automated deepfake detection systems.Read More →

sponsored article The Culinary Skills Certificate is available through Springboard+ at ATU Donegal The Culinary Skills Certificate is the ideal introduction to the culinary world. The aim of this program is to provide learners with the knowledge, skills and competencies necessary for a career in a professional kitchen environment. ThisRead More →

The sun has no value in itself. Its value comes from plants that seek sunlight to produce food. Its value comes from animals, but only from those that thrive in daylight and summer. Bats don’t care. In other words, the value of the sun comes from those who consume sunlight.Read More →

LEADERS in the forest sector have teamed up to launch a new skills programme. Tilhill, the UK’s leading forest management, logging and landscaping company, and Foresight Sustainable Forestry Company, have unveiled the Foresight Sustainable Forestry Skills training programme. The course is aimed at participants from South Walian who will receiveRead More →

The new agricultural training body, TIAH (The Institute for Agriculture and Horticulture), is looking to recruit English farmers and growers to trial and test its services before officially launching its online platform next year. As agriculture and horticulture undergo tremendous change and the need to become environmentally sustainable and profitableRead More →

The mining industry training company, the Colliery Training Center (CTC), has established links with various original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), technology research organizations and employers to enable it to train students and employees on the latest equipment and technologies emerging in the industry, CEO of CTC Manyabela Mailula recount Weekly mining.Read More →

Workforce preparation Connecticut Institutions Bridge Tech Skills Gap with Talent Accelerator Initiative Seven Connecticut higher education institutions are participating in a new initiative called Tech Talent Accelerator, which aims to boost high-demand technology skills by fostering partnerships between business and higher education in areas such as cybersecurity, virtual modelling, softwareRead More →

Pancho Alvarez speaks to campers at Crothersville Volleyball Camp Tuesday morning. At far right is Tigers head coach Scott Sage. Arv Koontz | The Tribune CROTHERSVILLE — Among the things Scott Sage loves about his Crothersville High School volleyball team is that the girls work hard and improve. Munciana VolleyballRead More →

Waltham Forest College has been awarded the Mayor’s Skills Academies seal of approval for providing skills in the environment, health and social care, hospitality, creative and construction sectors. The Mayor’s Skills Academies Seal of Approval recognizes high quality vocational training providers in London. The quality mark will set the barRead More →

CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – Building on last year’s comprehensive annual training, Washington National Guard members from the 506th Military Police Detachment honed their law enforcement skills during the training this month. “We wanted to train in an immersive environment, practicing various patrol skills and building situational awareness throughRead More →

Schools in Maharashtra and elsewhere are scrapping merit lists and toppers, a ritual followed so far immediately after the announcement of board exam results. This is a change for the better and will certainly pave the way for the establishment of educational equality. This decision alone will eliminate a ratherRead More →

Ideas & Debate Connections that bridge the industry’s skills gap Tuesday, June 21, 2022 A mechanical engineering student uses a lathe during a practical session at the Kisumu National Polytechnic. FILE PHOTO | NMG Young people make up 14 million people, or 29% of Kenya’s total population, according to theRead More →

The UK government has pledged to deliver a ‘Lifetime Skills Guarantee’ – a commitment to provide every adult with the training and education they need throughout their lives. Two major policies underpin this ambitious goal: (i) an increase in public spending to support currently low-skilled adults and (ii) the relaxationRead More →

TESDA offers professional training for ARBS in Zambales June 18, 2022 at 11:49 am The Technical Educational and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is set to provide vocational training to dependents of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARB) in Zambales Province. Emmanuel Aguinaldo, provincial land reform program manager, said on Wednesday that heRead More →