The Inspire Ed News

Christmas Break Shutdown 2014-2015

0 Comments   Posted: 09/12/14   by William Cowie

    Spend Christmas at your workplace with these OHS and WHS reminders

    The Inspire Education office will be closed for business for 1 ½ weeks over the Christmas/New Year period. Please note these major dates: Shut Down – Tuesday 23rd of December 2014 Re-Open – Monday 5th January 2015 During this time the student portal and other online resources will still be available to students. Trainers will not be Read the full post

    Unique Student Identifiers Scheme Legislation Passes

    0 Comments   Posted: 02/07/14   by William Cowie

      Unique Student Identifiers Scheme Legislation Passes

      Ian Macfarlane MP, recently announced the passing of the Student Identifiers Act 2014 through the Senate. The Unique Student Identifier scheme will start on the 1st January 2015 and transcripts will become available in 2016. What does the Unique Student Identifier scheme mean for you? The Unique Student Identifier scheme will create a central, national Read the full post

      Unique Student Identifiers (USI) for Vocational Education and Training

      0 Comments   Posted: 16/07/13   by Inspire Media

        The Unique Student Identifier (USI) initiative is a major development for students in vocational education and training.  The new USI will enable students to get a comprehensive and authoritative transcript of their vocational education achievements, online. What is a USI? A Unique Student Identifier is a randomly generated code that will be allocated to and Read the full post

        Get your self-education tax refund now!

        0 Comments   Posted: 07/06/13   by Inspire Media

          Australian dollars

          By William Cowie Did you know you can get tax deductions to help with the cost of your studies? Some self-education expenses are able to be claimed on your tax return. What are self-education expenses? Self-education expenses are expenses you incur studying an eligible course to obtain a formal qualification from a school, university, college or Read the full post

          Aged care workers: in short supply

          6 Comments   Posted: 24/05/13   by Inspire Media

            By William Cowie Australia is getting old and we will need almost 1 million aged care workers to look after our elderly by 2065. Today, we have an aged care workforce only one quarter of that size. Even within this decade, we will need an extra 105,000 aged care workers. Already the effects of the Read the full post

            The Future of Australian Aged Care!

            0 Comments   Posted: 02/05/13   by Inspire Media

              Living Longer Living Better The Aged Care (Living Longer Living Better) Bill 2013 was introduced to Australian Federal Parliament on 13 March 2013 as a part of the 10 year Government plan “Living Longer Living Better” for aged care reform. The bill represents a 10 year commitment from the Government aimed at improving Australia’s aged Read the full post

              Join The Inspire Education Facebook Community

              0 Comments   Posted: 29/04/13   by Inspire Media


                Inspire Facebook Groups Have you signed up for your Course Group Page Yet? During April we launched course specific the Inspire Facebook Groups! These groups are designed to foster conversation and questions among the student community. Click a link below to join fellow Inspire students doing your course! Training and Assessment TAE40110 Students Work Health Read the full post

                For Prospective and Current Inspire Students: My Portal ‘Run-Down’

                10 Comments   Posted: 23/07/12   by Brent Rogers

                  Familiarize yourself with Inspire's Student Portal

                  As an Inspire student you will access the majority of your work from the student login portal. The portal gives you great access to resources and forums, allowing students to communicate with fellow peers while easing into the learning process. My Details: The ‘my details tab’ is exactly that… Your details! If your details change Read the full post

                  TAFE Training Course Cut

                  2 Comments   Posted: 28/05/12   by Brent Rogers

                    Proposed Training Cuts The Victorian Government is planning to slash even more from TAFE funding each year. The move will see education and training programs removed and whole facilities closed. Critics label the cuts as retrograde and a concern for employers, as well-trained employees will become scarce. Filling the Skills Pool The government believes the Read the full post

                    TAFE Funding Slashed!

                    0 Comments   Posted: 28/05/12   by Brent Rogers

                      We constantly hear about the nation’s lack of skills. An uneducated society is detrimental to employment opportunities. The large percentage of unemployment is blamed on the fact that the available skills in the labour pool do not align with available jobs. General lack of qualification and workplace training has created recruitment difficulties for over two-thirds Read the full post

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