The trucking industry acknowledges that if it is to keep pace with the growing transport task it needs to retain its existing skilled workforce and recruit new people.
The strong commitment to safety, professionalism and the health and well-being of drivers continues to enhance the profile of the industry.
The TLI Connect team at the Department of Transport and Main Roads assists employers through Government and Industry partnerships, to develop systems and processes to retain existing staff, attract new employees and identify skilling opportunities.
TLI Connect is led by the Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Committee (TLWAC). The committee comprises representatives from industry associations (including QTA Ltd), industry organisations and Transport and Main Roads.
TLI Connect’s work is critical as the industry experiences rapid growth and the challenges of securing a sustainable workforce in an environment of continuing labour and skills shortages. They recognise that working with, listening to and supporting people in industry is vital, and an available, highly skilled workforce is essential to deliver on our transport task.
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The TLI Connect team have also created a People Plus guide that can help your business within the Transport and Logistics sector with relevant human resource policies and procedures.
The I2I initiative promotes businesses within the transport and logistics industry engaging with local schools to raise industry awareness and highlight available career pathways through industry-school partnerships.
This initiative has been created for transport and logistics businesses to give school students in Year 10-12 insight into their industry and job opportunities through targeted activities. Other benefits for the business include:
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For more information, case studies and upcoming initiatives please visit their website or contact them directly on:
Phone: (07) 3066 0785