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REVIEW OF THE DEMAND DRIVEN FUNDING SYSTEM

It is critical that the institutional and intellectual capacity of the education sector – schools, vocational education and higher education – be an ongoing priority of the Government. The MCA is pleased to be able to contribute to this Review of the Demand Driven Funding System, as it gives the minerals industry the opportunity to put forward a number of points based on eleven years of experience working with the sector, including expending more than $36 million to sustain and build educational capacity.

MINERALS INDUSTRY WILL NEED 18,000 NEW EMPLOYEES TO 2018

The release today of the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency’s (AWPA) latest report on the resources sector’s skilled labour needs confirms that mining will continue to expand in the years ahead, providing a critical boost to the domestic economy.

Submission to the 2014 Triennial Assessment of water reform progress in Australia

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the 2014 Triennial Assessment of water reform progress in Australia. The MCA appreciates the National Water Commission’s commitment to engaging with the minerals industry among other stakeholders.

The return of the Industrial Relations Club

Australia’s industrial relations system is one of the most centralised in the Western world. It has been for most of the time since the establishment of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. Only on rare occasions in a century have governments, Labor or Coalition, seen fit to challenge the system.

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