Provides up to 510 hours of free English lessons to eligible adult migrants and humanitarian entrants.
Provides access to the Department of Education annual reports. Reports are available in PDF format.
Provides information on resources to help people, particularly young people, plan their careers through education, training and career choices.
The hotline on 1800 670 305 provides information about the types of child care available and vacancies. It operates 8am to 6pm nationally Monday to Friday, and is a free call unless calling from a mobile.
Information about child care and early learning government initiatives.
A set of fact sheets on a range of government services and programmes available to families. Includes the Child Care Benefit (CCB), the Child Care Rebate (CCR), Jobs, Education and Training Child Care Fee Assistance (JETCCFA), Child Care Services Support Programme, and Child Care Access Hotline.
Search by type of care (long, occasional, after school etc), location (town, postcode etc) or name of centre to find approved child care services in your area.
The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) framework protects the interests of overseas students and Australia's reputation for delivering quality education services by setting out standards, roles and responsibilities for education institutions that teach overseas students, as well as providing tuition and financial assurance for students.
Describes policies and programmes that help you access quality and affordable childcare and early childhood education.
Describes the principles, practice and outcomes essential to support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school.
Links to the Department's portfolio budget statements.
Internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship and fellowship programs providing opportunities for citizens of the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe and Americas to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia.
Provides an alternative employment arrangement for Australian Apprentices and employers whereby a Group Training Organisation (GTO) recruits potential and/or existing Australian Apprentices under an Apprenticeship/Traineeship Training Contract and places them with host' employers while they undertake their training.
The higher education sector is made up of universities and other higher education institutions. The Australian Government supports the sector through policies, funding and programmes.
In addition to the Endeavour Awards, there are a number of other scholarships which enable Australians to study overseas. There are also scholarships sponsored by foreign governments and other international organisations.
Helping you find the right staff to fit your business, at no cost to you. Find your local jobactive provider from a network of over 1,700 locations across Australia to get started.
Provides links to a range of adult literacy resources, training material and professional development resources for industry trainers/assessors .
Information on the governments policies and programmes relating to child care services and early childhood development.
Provides a vision and guiding principles to help Australian schools create learning environments which are free from bullying, harassment, aggression and violence.
Provides a subsidy for schools travelling more than 150 kilometres to visit Canberra as part of a civics and citizenship education excursion. The excursion should be attended by students in Year 4 to Year 12.
Provides assessment of completed overseas higher education qualifications and postsecondary technical and vocational education qualifications to help organisations understand the educational level of an overseas qualification in the Australian context.
Outlines Australia’s qualifications recognition system, including the recognition of overseas qualifications.
Describes policies and programmes that help all children have access to education that meets their needs.
Provides information on programs and services relating to post-school education and training (vocational education and training or VET). They cover assistance for industry, business and employers; assistance for individuals; assistance for trainers and practitioners; and skills recognition and international connections.
The aim is to support the use of technologies in Australian schools to prepare students to learn, train and live in a digital world.
Enables eligible secondary schools to seek funding for infrastructure so they can offer a broad range of vocational education and training options to students from years 9 to 12.
Subject to the passage of legislation, VET Student Loans will commence on 1 January 2017, replacing the current VET FEE-HELP scheme, which will cease on 31 December 2016.
Provides links to various services and programs for youth.