Great skills. Real opportunities.
The Queensland Government reform action plan for further education and training will support Queenslanders to access and complete the skills training they need to get a job.
Fee-free training for Year 12 graduates
From 1 January 2014, Year 12 graduates will be able to access fee-free training in high priority qualifications within the calendar year following the completion of Year 12. The training is available through a range of certificate level III vocational education and training courses, as well as apprenticeships and traineeships.
Queensland's Australian Training Awards' winners announced
The Minister for Education, Training and Employment John-Paul Langbroek was at the Australian Training Awards' event recently where he congratulated Queensland's award winners in person.
Certificate 3 Guarantee
The Queensland Government wants more Queenslanders to undertake training in areas where skilled workers are needed.
From 1 July 2013, eligible working age Queenslanders will be entitled to a government subsidy to complete a certificate level III qualification.
Community Learning round one projects
Community Learning is a new five year training program that provides additional support for learners with diverse needs. Over $5.9 million for 23 projects that aim to assist more than 2100 Queenslanders has already been announced.