The State Government and the manufacturing industry will co-invest more than $2 million to develop the capability of 15 organisations through workforce planning.
News release - Former minister Grace Portolesi
Families experiencing long-term unemployment in Northern Adelaide will receive tailored support through a $2 million expansion of the State Government's Building Family Opportunities program.
South Australia's headline unemployment rate fell by 0.2 of a percentage point in January to 6.6 per cent, according to the latest ABS Labour Force figures released today.
South Australians will have more opportunities to improve their skills, thanks to a new three year funding model worth $1.4 million.
The South Australian Government is partnering with 18 businesses to provide targeted training in the manufacturing sector to improve worker productivity and diversify worker's skills.
Minister for Science and Information Economy Grace Portolesi today awarded $120,000 for four grants to early career researchers as part of the Catalyst Research Grants Program..
A new online, interactive website aimed at attracting students and workers to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) goes live today.
The latest data released by the Productivity Commission today shows that South Australia has made substantial progress over the last year as a result of the Government's Skills for All initiative.
The Skills for Jobs in Regions program will be boosted by $5 million to $20 million to help an additional 6000 people get a job.
South Australia now leads nation in growth in people participating in training according to NCVER data.
Businesses manufacturing high efficiency electric motors and exploring new ways to recover uranium are the latest to receive grants from the State Government's innovation vouchers program.