The professional association for Australia’s technology sector, ACS, has launched a report highlighting skills shortages in the technology sector, with an additional 100,000 workers reportedly needed by 2024. The 2019 ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse report outlines a number of policy priorities for recommended implementation to assist the growth of Australia’s digital economy and meet the … Continue reading ACS report highlights skills shortage in tech sector
The continued decline in Australian students enrolling in engineering courses is cause for deep concern, according to a report by Engineers Australia. The 2019 report “Australia’s Next Generation of Engineers” states that the eight years following 2007 saw steady growth culminating in a record level of graduations. Since 2015, however, since completions have been declining. … Continue reading ‘Alarming’ decline in engineering course enrolments, according to Engineers Australia
Torrens University Australia is now accepting enrolments for two brand new, industry-aligned Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses that are being delivered at its dedicated postgraduate Business arm – Chifley Business School at Torrens University Australia.
The Business Council of Australia’s president has warned that Australia needed to adjust its education system and workplaces.
BHP Billiton has launched a $22 million partnership with the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute.