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There are 11 industry sectors involved in the Gateway to Industry Schools program:
- Advanced manufacturing
- Building and construction
- Community services
- Information and communication technology
- Minerals and energy
- Screen and media
- Tourism and hospitality
Visit the relevant industry page to find out:
- what school engagement activities are run in each sector
- which schools are currently participating
- how your school can be involved.
The Gateway to Industry Schools program is a key industry engagement strategy for the department and aligns with the department's vision for all Queenslanders to have the skills and opportunities to participate and prosper in the economy.
The program builds partnerships between schools and industry to enable young people to acquire the knowledge, skills and attributes to participate effectively in the Queensland economy and provides opportunities for industry and the education sector to work together to deliver outcomes for students, local communities and businesses.
Students participating in the program are exposed to a range of learning experience to assist them in their career choices and pathways to employment.
Each project is led by industry organisations which develop and implement tailored school engagement activities in line with their industry's key skills and workforce priorities. Industry organisations choose how the industry specific projects operate and the type and level of engagement with participating schools.
In July 2022, the Queensland Government announced the Hydrogen Industry Workforce Development Roadmap 2022–2023, including the establishment of a new Gateway to Industry Schools program hydrogen project to create schools to hydrogen jobs pathways and increase student engagement with the industry.
School to Work Transitions program
The School to Work Transitions program has been established to improve school to work transitions for school students in priority groups.
This program will deliver funding over 3 years to support school students who are at risk of not transitioning successfully from school to further education, training or employment by providing tailored solutions to improve post-school outcomes.