Post-war Australia 1945-75; consequently saw the development of more state schools to accommodate the rapidly growing population. Education was becoming more available, and was seen as a key means to achieve equality in society (Welch, 2010, p. 244). The government commitment to extending education opportunities was mainly due to the increased population due to migration and increased fertility in Australia (Welch, 2010, p. 243-44). However, 1985 brought an end of this development commitment by the government to just opening up more equal opportunities to an unchanged education had not worked. The focus was that education should move from a focus on equality, to more student learning outcomes-based approaches. This would offer parents a choice
Post is a governmental owned postal service operation. It is responsible for all Australia’s world wide delivery as part of its community service obligation. Post Master General Department was established in 1901 on the federation of Australia as part of Australia’s government. In the later years, Post Master General Department (PMG) was separated into two different sectors which consist of the Australian Telecommunications Commission which is to handle the telecommunication sectors and also Australian….
Postal industry is long history industry, and which is used be necessary in people’s life. Since 1809, Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post) has been found by one postman in Sydney. And now, Australia Post has become the largest postman in Australia.
Key product and services segment and industry cycle:
The Australia postal industry can be divided into two main segments:
1) The parcel segment, which is the largest segment in the industry. For the past few years….
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Australian Postal Corporation - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review
Description: Summary Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post) provides a comprehensive range of postal and related services. It offers comprehensive services including delivering letters, handling parcels, postal services, travel and passport services, operating retail outlets, and others. The company classifies its business into three segments….
labour requirements should be kept under constant review and the methods of attracting migrant workers adjusted to meet new needs as they develop.
• Opportunities for skilled migrants to obtain more training as to secure acceptance as tradesmen in Australia should be more readily available; with encouragement given to migrants in these situations.
• In order to meet the targets implied in this report, it will be necessary also to diversify and develop assisted migration from non-British European sources….
- Financial Reporting Assignment
1. Identify the Head Corporation of Australia Post for Annual Report of 2011.
The Head corporation of Australia Post is Australian Postal Corporation formerly known as Australian Postal Commission.
2. Identify the jointly controlled entities held by Australia Post at 30th June 2011. List the percentage of ownership interest.
Australia Post has number of subsidiary and joint venture with national and international entities.….
Mapping Australian higher education
Grattan Institute Report No. 2012-1, January 2012
This report was written by Andrew Norton, Grattan Institute Higher Education Program Director. Grattan Associates Julian Reichl and Ben Weidmann, and Grattan interns Peter Deutscher and ShanVerne Liew, contributed to the report’s research and production. We would like to thank the members of the Grattan Institute’s Higher Education Reference Group for their helpful comments….
‘In Australia only thirty seven percent of Indigenous students opposed to seventy four percent of non-Indigenous students complete year twelve’. (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2008).
The above statistics imply that current Indigenous Education is affected detrimentally by western colonisation, inequitable government policies, and the variation of cultural beliefs. Aboriginal participation and education in Western schooling is far below the standard of academic achievement of non-indigenous….
Obesity is the scourge of modern Australia. Obesity is defined by excessive or abnormal fat accumulation which presents health risks (Australian Institute Health and Welfare (AIHW), 2016, p. 149). There are many health consequences presented by the disease, both physical and mental with the power to destroy the lives of numerous Australians. Obesity is an intricate disease with serious social and psychosocial elements affecting all ages and population groups within Australia, in particular our children….
schools in Australia with regards to achieving the previously mentioned purpose. Whilst Rossiter acknowledges that “Even a ‘good’ education in Catholic identity will not guarantee that young people will develop and retain an active Catholic religious identity” (2013 p.21), educators in Catholic schools have a responsibility to ensure that students are provided with the opportunity to develop and thrive in the Catholic religious tradition. The list of challenges that impact the education system as….