Danny Pearson MP today welcomed the Minister for Training and Skills Steve Herbert’s announcement that the Labor Government will invest $15 million to create the new Skills and Jobs Centres at Victoria’s public TAFE institutes.
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Danny Pearson MP has today welcomed the $30 million investment to clean up Victoria’s training system with more onsite audits, closer scrutiny of high-risk providers and new, tougher contracts for training providers.
Danny Pearson MP today called on Essendon ethnic and multicultural community groups and organisations, as well as Moonee Valley City Council to apply for the 2016 round of the grants.
Small business operators in the Essendon area will be able to access free mentoring, support and government business services when the Small Business Bus visits on Thursday 24 September 2015.
Danny Pearson MP invites local families to join the conversation about how we can transform our early childhood services.
The communities living in the Flemington Housing Estate are set to benefit from $230,000 in Andrews Labor Government funding for projects that will increase youth engagement and leadership, create a more active and safe community and improve education, training and job opportunities for residents.
Community safety is set to be improved after the Andrews Labor Government provided $9,900 for Moonee Valley Council to fund the SOCCAR project to reduce local crime.
The Local Government Act review will be far-reaching and comprehensive, examining issues from the role and functions of councillors and CEOs, to donation regulation and how complaints should be handled.
Government schools in Essendon will now be able to apply for funding to build more inclusive and equitable facilities under a new $10 million Fund unveiled by the Andrews Labor Government.
Learn Local organisations help 50,000 people right across the State and play an important role in helping Essendon residents purse their goals.
New powers of attorney laws will provide more protection and support for Victorians who appoint someone they trust to look after their personal and financial affairs.
Non-Government schools in Essendon can now apply for a share in millions of dollars in grants to rebuild and upgrade school facilities.