Training Course News

Muster pulls in those looking for their station in life

Monday March 29, 2010
STOCKMEN call it the McLeod's Daughters syndrome.

Culture of bullying 'will last for years'

Friday February 12, 2010
IT WILL will take years to stamp out the culture of bullying and harassment within the Ambulance Service, despite more than $1 million being spent on establishing "healthy workplace" strategies, the state's top health bureaucrats say.

Shutting migration's back door TIM COLEBATCH

Tuesday February 9, 2010
A Howard-era initiative that sought to encourage highly skilled migrants needed to be reined in.

Benefits of Completing an IT Course

Thursday January 14, 2010
IT course, or information technology course, is a generic term for training in ...

Anger at cost of fast-track teaching plan

Wednesday December 16, 2009
THE Rudd Government is spending almost $22 million to parachute high-flying university graduates into some of the nation's toughest schools, sparking anger among teachers who claim the plan will do little to lift education standards.

Plan angers teachers

Wednesday December 16, 2009
THE Rudd Government is spending almost $22 million to parachute high-flying university graduates into some of the nation's toughest schools, sparking anger among teachers who claim the plan will do little to lift education standards.

From friends to television

Saturday November 14, 2009
It takes two Tims to make the television show Travel Oz €“ Tim Doyle and Tim Charody, who present the travel program for ABC1.

Touching lives

Saturday October 31, 2009
It's the emotional rewards that matter most to this educator, writes Melinda Ham.

Jobs training gets top marks in TAFE plan

Thursday October 29, 2009
THE NSW Government will provide a wider choice of vocational courses through TAFE for some year 10 students from next year, but will introduce new restrictions on students who want to complete a more general education through the colleges.

Youngsters brought together by an adopted home and a shared passion

Saturday September 26, 2009
IN THEIR new navy tracks suits, 50 multicultural teenagers proudly took their place at the head of the grand final parade yesterday.

COLUMN 8

Friday August 28, 2009
"I regularly drive over the Harbour Bridge to my office in North Sydney," writes Kirsten Cargill, of Bellevue Hill. "I come via the Cahill Expressway where it does the full circle onto the bridge. As you enter the tunnelled section of this circle, on the right hand side at street level there is a little hole in the tiled wall, about half a metre square, that has what looks like a home-made wooden cross in it. Can anyone tell me what this hole in the wall and its cross are for? Is it to remember someone who passed away in the tunnel, or does it just mark a spot of some sort?"

Arts move draws howl of protest

Wednesday August 26, 2009
FORMER state arts ministers have launched an unprecedented protest against the highly controversial merger of the Victorian College of the Arts with Melbourne University.

Born to run the Grace Bros empire

Wednesday August 26, 2009
Michael Grace 1943-2009

Luczak's claycourt prowess, career and ranking on the rise

Tuesday August 18, 2009
PETER Luczak's stunning renaissance has continued on the eve of his 30th birthday, with a second Challenger title in four weeks restoring the Victorian baseliner's ranking to within 10 places of its career peak of 69th.

Klein suspended over slur

Friday July 10, 2009
FORMER Australian Open junior champion Brydan Klein has been suspended from ATP World Tour and Challenger events for six months and fined a second time for his racial slur against South African Raven Klaasen last month.

Racial abuser Klein gets six months to cool his heels and curb his tongue

Friday July 10, 2009
DAVIS CUP star Brydan Klein has been banned for six months by the ATP after an investigation into the 19-year-old's racial abuse of a South African opponent at a UK tournament last month. The ban follows Klein being fined the ATP maximum of $14,000, and his suspension from the Australian Institute of Sport.

New Council Training Despite Govt Inquiry

Wednesday April 9, 2008
THE first hearing for Shellharbour City Council's public inquiry is less than a fortnight away, yet last night councillors facing the sack embarked on a new governance training program.

So Many Lessons, So Little Agony - Can't Cook Is An Obsolete Excuse

Tuesday February 27, 1996
Once you decide to learn to cook, you will be faced with an agonising choice of what type of classes to take. MICHELE CURTIS investigates. JOIN the thousands of Melburnians who are turning their hands to culinary matters. All over town people are turning to the Meccas of the culinary world - cook

Blackboard Menus

Monday September 11, 1995
REMEMBER when the girls did home economics and the boys did woodwork, and they all lived happily ever after? Forget it. These days, the boys and girls study life management, develop chemical flavourings, calculate food profit margins, design menus, run the school canteen and sell homemade chocolate

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