The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade has been established to support the government’s priority of achieving a $40 billion economy by 2030 through the growth of sustainable and competitive industries. Find out more about us.
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What we are doing
Registered training organisations (RTO) and industry associations can now access government funding to deliver Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs that will increases employment opportunities for Territorians and disadvantaged groups in the community.
Phase 2 of the Northern Territory’s Global Worker Attraction Campaign is called ‘Make it to the Top’ and is now live until 31 December.
Staff at venues where gambling services are available now have to complete a Responsible Service of Gambling course every three years.
NT Resources Week will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on 24 and 25 August.
As the head of the Northern Territory Geological Survey for more than 15 years, Dr Ian Scrimgeour was recently awarded a Public Service Medal in the 2022 Australia Day honours.
Calling all Territory Cattle Producers to register now for the upcoming Meat and Livestock Australia Victoria River BeefUp Forum.
Local businesses and industry with unique ideas to overcome workforce shortages in the Territory are encouraged to apply for support under the Flexible Workforce Solution Fund.
The department’s annual cattle sale, commencing at 10am Wednesday 6 July for bulls and cow sale on Wednesday 20 July 2022, offer high quality cattle that have been selected for fertility and bred for the Territory’s conditions and markets.
The Northern Territory Government is making changes to the Biz Secure program to better support Territory businesses to improve their security against the risk of break-ins.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade is calling all ‘showgoers’ to stop by and say hi to the team at this year’s show.
Northern Territory producers, cattle industry representatives and agribusiness owners are being encouraged to make space in their calendars for the Victoria River Research Station (VRRS) field day and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) BeefUp Forum to be held on Tuesday 26 July and Wednesday 27 July 2022.