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COAG uncertainty on skills reform

A federal government threat to redirect the $9 billion for national skills development away from state and territory coffers has not caused a rush to sign up for the revised agreement. The states and territories are still poring over the Skills for all Australians report which is essentially a new blueprint for the national partnership on vocational training, which the federal government wants signed at the COAG meeting on April 13.

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