One said the numbers of unallocated cases were being put on the "active in transition" list to make it harder to track the numbers and to avoid negative publicity."It's not a different list, so the numbers haven't moved, the numbers haven't gone anywhere else.It's the same thing just with a different name," they said."They have been reviewed, potentially, but many of them have had nothing [done], not looked at for months and months.
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Incentives are available from the Australian Government to assist employers to employ and support apprentices and trainees.
Incentives are also available to trainees and apprentices to help support their training.
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Child protection workers in Tasmania have broken ranks to detail a system they say is worse now than it has ever been.
Three workers, some who still work in the system and some who have recently left, say it has become almost impossible to do their jobs, making a bad situation worse for at-risk children.
Founded in 1803, only a few years after Sydney, the capital of the State of Tasmania is also the second oldest city in Australia.