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VET 4 T&L - Industry ENewsletter | September 2018

01 Oct 2018 1:04 PM | Linda MacDonald (Administrator)

VET 4 T&L


September 2018 Edition

DigiT&L Futures

FREE EXCEL TRAINING FOR TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS WORKFORCE
Registrations are now open - spaces are limited so be quick to reserve your seat!

The Queensland Trucking Association has launched DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills), providing support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry to learn or upskill in using Microsoft Excel. Different levels of courses are available and the training will be delivered across a number of Queensland TAFE locations. For more about the other training being offered over the next 12 months under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program, please click here.  
  

VIEW COURSE LOCATIONS & REGISTER

This program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small  Business and Training, the DIGIT&L FUTURES Program aims to support the existing transport and logistics workforce through minimising skill shortages, addressing the emerging skill needs of industry and fostering an environment of innovation.

   Skills for Queensland T&L Future Ready 

To support Year 12 graduates into work, the Queensland Government offers free TAFE in high priority areas. 
Eligible Year 12 graduates from 2018 or 2017 can kick-start their career by getting the skills employers want without the fees. ​Enrolments and training must start within the calendar year after leaving school.​There are nearly 160 qualifications to choose from. Some qualifications are delivered on campus or as part of an apprenticeship or traineeship. 

READ MORE

 

The Queensland Government has released the discussion paper Skills for Queensland for public consultation and feedback to inform a new Queensland VET strategy. 
The VET sector is critical to ensuring Queenslanders have the right skills to work in priority jobs across a wide range of industries. Consultation closes 5.00pm, Friday 19 October 2018.

PROVIDE FEEDBACK

Read direct feedback from industry in relation to skills, training and workforce needs. 
The T&L Future Ready Report was commissioned by Jobs Queensland to identify the priority skills needs, skill shortages, opportunities and challenges for the future workforce of all sectors within the transport and logistics industry.

 VIEW REPORT



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