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65% increase in SA fee-free TAFE enrolments

South Australian applications to study fee-free TAFE in 2024 are up 65 per cent from two years ago, the first time enrolments have increased year on year since 2012. Early childhood care, plumbing, nursing and electrotechnology courses have received the ...

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Hawke institute’s new head

Professor Anthony Elliot has started work as the new director of the University of South Australia’s Hawke Research Institute, where he will provide leadership for an enhanced program of publically engaged social science, both in Australia and globally. A world-renowned ...

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Torrens aims for 2014 opening

The US-based Laureate International Universities has announced a delay in the opening of Adelaide’s new university until at least 2014. The university network’s Asia Pacific managing director, Dr Michael Mann, confirmed the delay but said Laureate was still committed to ...

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Why shark nets are needed in every state

There are dangers in giving public funds to providers who lack experienced teachers, writes John Mitchell. COAG has signed the agreement to open up the nationwide market for VET funding. When Victoria started down this path about three years ago, ...

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Accountants add up cost of sustainability

To meet future demands accountants will have to look outside traditional business to concentrate more on areas such as science, the environment and government. In Adelaide recently academics, professional bodies and the profession at large, gathered together to discuss the ...

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