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Are you meeting national childcare regulations?

Are you meeting national childcare regulations?

When you’re trying to decide whether to recruit new staff or train your existing workers, it’s important to first figure out the current skills needs of your organisation.

Our commitment to reconciliation

Our commitment to reconciliation

Share MEGT is proud to announce that our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan January 2018-January 2021 has been formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. This is our third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP),

Our tips for staying safe this festive season

Our tips for staying safe this festive season

Summer is here and while you are most likely prepared for all the fun things this presents, are you ready for hazards that come with the summer months as well?

Liz gets the gold at WorldSkills national competition

Liz gets the gold at WorldSkills national competition

On October 8-10, over 500 apprentices and trainees from around Australia represented their state and their trade at the 2016 WorldSkills Australia National Competition. Held over three days at the

Half-price rego for Victorian trade apprentices

Half-price rego for Victorian trade apprentices

From 1 January 2016, eligible Victorian apprentices have the cost of their car registration halved thanks to the Victorian Government’s new half-price registration scheme. Apprentices with a light vehicle in

MEGT Institute – creating opportunities for international students

MEGT Institute – creating opportunities for international students

Thorsten Wilhelm, International Client Relations Manager - MEGT Institute (back, centre) with staff and students from Heraud Education and Training Centre.  MEGT Institute has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with

ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day – 25 April – is a major milestone in Australia’s history. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces

School-based and Pre–Apprenticeship Support Pilot Project

School-based and Pre–Apprenticeship Support Pilot Project

L - R: Jacqui McKenzie - MEGT Institute; Ashley Langdon – MEGT General Manager Operations; David Windridge – MEGT Director/Chief Executive Officer; Senator, the Honourable Scott Ryan, Minister for Vocational

First international train-the-trainer program proves successful

First international train-the-trainer program proves successful

ABILITY English and MEGT Institute recently signed an agreement with a university in Vietnam to deliver a customised five-day professional development “train-the-trainer” program. The ABILITY English team has just successfully

Stay safe in the sun with the free SunSmart app

Stay safe in the sun with the free SunSmart app

Extreme weather conditions in Australia puts everyone at risk during the summer months with ultraviolet (UV) radiation and extreme heat causing many health problems, including skin cancer. Australia has one