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A global initiative to teach young children how to code has been launched in Australia with the support of the Telstra Foundation.
Usually, any talk of a 'skills gap' generally concerns workers at the coalface. But Capgemini has identified a problem among senior managers.
Leading CAD software provider Autodesk has announced free access for secondary schools, vocational institutions and universities in Australia and New Zealand to the company’s professional…
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 16:52

Training needs are changing

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The type of training required by IT professionals is changing, according to the CEO of a major training provider.
Five young Australian women have launched Girl Geek Academy, a new startup aiming to teach one million women how to build apps and create startups…
Australian higher education is going through a nightmare downward spiral, with declining standards, decreased revenues and a corresponding decrease in ICT spending. What’s more the…
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 15:46

Australia's failing its students in ICT

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It's budget eve and new research is showing overall Australian education standards, revenue from Higher Education institutions and ICT-enabled spending for education have all been…
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 14:24

CSIRO to set up anti-bully unit

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Australia's peak science body CSIRO is to set up an internal anti-bullying unit after an investigation looked into over 100 complaints of workplace bullying dating…

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