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Our top training talent named in Queensland Training Awards

As National Skills Week kicks off, the top performers in training have been announced ahead of the prestigious 2020 Queensland Training Awards.


More funding for projects to help find jobs post COVID-19

New multi-million dollar round of funding will go towards job-assisting projects for community organisations under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work program.


New industry school program skilling up kids in Bundaberg

Bundaberg State High School is the state's first secondary school to sign up for a new program to train students for jobs in the community services industry.


Queensland cracking down on training providers

The Queensland Government stamps out dodgy training providers reducing the number of training providers receiving State Government funding in recent years.


$42 million to skill up 5000 Queenslanders for work

Around 5000 Queenslanders are set to undertake on-the-job training as part of the latest around of Skilling Queenslanders for Work.


Pilot launches pathway to a highly skilled workforce

In a Queensland first, a new higher-level apprenticeship at TAFE is preparing our future workforce for advanced and emerging technology industries.


Cairns TAFE upgrade to focus on skills for recovery

Work commenced at Cairns TAFE to ensure the Far North has world-class training facilities to provide the skilled workforce needed now and into the future.


More jobs for Queenslanders as we unite and recover from the global pandemic

The Premier has announced a $90M package to create even more jobs for Queenslanders as part of Queensland's economic recovery plan.


Skilling more Queenslanders for work with $10 million boost

Around 500 jobs will be created thanks to a $10M extension to the Queensland Government's popular skills and training program, Skilling Queenslanders for Work.