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Popular industry school program expands into new fields

A successful school program is set to be expanded, undergoing the biggest changes in over ten years thanks to additional funding from the Queensland Government.


Free apprenticeships on offer in Mackay

The Queensland Government is backing small businesses in Mackay and young Queenslanders even further by offering free apprenticeships to anyone under 21.


Minjerribah: centre for education and training

As National Skills Week gets underway Minister Shannon Fentiman welcomed training progress for the Minjerribah workforce for the future beyond sandmining.


Confidence high for Queensland's SMEs

The confidence of Queensland's small and medium business owners is shining bright according to the latest Sensis Business Index survey.


Ministerial Skills Roundtable dishes up skills advice

New industry engagement roundtables will be held across the state as a central part of the new Skills for Queensland strategy launched this week.


Full steam ahead for Indigenous scholarships program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders interested in STEAM vocational courses can apply for the Indigenous Pathways Scholarship.


$2 million drives new 'green' Automotive Centre of Excellence

TAFE Queensland's SkillsTech will become home to the Automotive Centre of Excellence for training in heavy vehicle trades, hybrid and autonomous technologies.


Applications open for Skilling Queenslanders for Work

Calling all Champions of the Palaszczuk Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work program.


Recovery grants extended for North Queensland floods

Small businesses and primary producers impacted by the floods in north Queensland earlier this year have until the end of November to apply for recovery grants.