Current key departmental training publications

Paving the Way – the First Nations Training Strategy
The Queensland Government is committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities to be better connected with training and skilling opportunities that link to sustainable jobs.

Hydrogen Industry Workforce Development Roadmap 2022–2023
The Queensland Government is working to ensure a skilled workforce is ready to support the exciting and fast growing hydrogen sector. The Roadmap is the first dedicated workforce development plan for the hydrogen industry and sets a path to achieving a clear vision – a strong and adaptable workforce for a safe and thriving Queensland hydrogen industry.

Skills for Queensland – Great training for quality jobs
The Queensland Government's plan to secure the state's future prosperity through a skilled and adaptive workforce. The focus of the plan is to build on the existing strengths of the training system to ensure planned investment is targeted and responsive to skills needed now, and into the future.

Building future skills – TAFE infrastructure plans
The Queensland Government is investing in projects to revitalise training facilities on TAFE campuses around Queensland.

Other departmental publications

Reports and publications
Find other departmental reports and publications, including the annual report, strategic and disability service plans.

Responses to Jobs Queensland reports
View departmental responses and actions to Jobs Queensland reports and plans.

Archived publications

Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland

The consultation paper for Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland (PDF, 1.2 MB) was released in February 2017 and closed for feedback on 13 April 2017.

Annual VET Investment Plan

The 2018–19 Annual VET Investment Plan (PDF, 1MB) provided a breakdown of the VET Investment budget, a high level summary of the VET Investment programs, and the priorities for government within these programs.

Last updated 8 September 2022

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