Half-price rego for Victorian trade apprentices in 2016
From 1 January 2016, eligible Victorian apprentices will have the cost of their car registration halved thanks to the Victorian Government’s new half-price registration scheme. For apprentices with a light
Work smart tips – effective communication
You've decided you need a fresh start now that the new year is here and you've moved on from your current job or decided to try a new career altogether.
Indigenous Advancement Strategy sets graduates on the right track
In 2015, MEGT’s Indigenous Apprenticeship and Traineeship Network (IATN) was proud to partner with Rail Freight Company, Aurizon in a training and employment program based in Rockhampton, Queensland. Aurizon, UCQ,
Worksite safety tips from MEGT
One of the biggest problems on the job is complacency. Employees become accustomed to doing things in a certain way and grow oblivious to the hazards that may be ever
Job hunting tips – be contactable
You may have decided you need a fresh start now that the new year is here so you’ve updated your resume and begun to send off job applications. The most
Returning to work after the festive season
Many people think their work environment is something they never forget. But once you are away from the day-to-day workings of a location, small things that you should remember can,
Bushfire season safety tips from MEGT
Australia is one of the most fire-prone areas in the world. Understanding your level of risk is the first step in knowing what to do before and during a fire.
Michael celebrates success at school awards
In early 2014, MEGT joined with Boandik Lodge Mount Gambier, as well as secondary schools and independent learning centres in the area to encourage school students to consider aged care as
New Training Ombudsman for Queensland
The Queensland Government has recently established an independent Training Ombudsman as part of its plan to focus on quality training and the vocational educational and training (VET) sector in Queensland.
Job Commitment Bonus payments for young Australians
Young Australians who remain in a job and off welfare payments for 12 months or more may be eligible for up to $6500 in incentive payments under the Australian Government’s