VET Events

    • 14 Jun 2019
    • 21 Jun 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • Southport Tafe, 91/99 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD, 4215
    Registration is closed

    DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available). Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

    This course runs over 2 weeks - 23rd and 30th March 2019, 9.00am-12.00pm. 

    What will I learn?

    • Templates
    • Auto Fill
    • Functions
    • Absolute referencing
    • Advanced printing
    • IF function
    • VLOOKUP function
    • Protecting data

    What is the cost?

    • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed
    • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
    • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.

    Am I eligible?

    This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

    Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

    For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

    Next steps

    1. Complete the registration form.
    2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
    3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

    For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

    This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

    Am I eligible?

    This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

    Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

    For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

    Next steps

    1. Complete the registration form.
    2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
    3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

    For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

    This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

    • 27 Jun 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 66 on Ernest, South Bank TAFE

    HR Connect

    Networking Forum

    Topics covered at this forum include:

    • Industry top priorities

    – What is your major HR concern?

    • HR Connect purpose and industry feedback

    – Broad overview of purpose of networking group

    – Feedback collected to date

    – Interactive feedback session from participants 

    • Supports for industry to overcome HR and Workforce Development hurdles (presented by HELP Employment and Training)

    – HELP Employment and Training presents on past challenges, experiences and how they now provide support to others.

    When: Thursday 27 June 2019

    Time: 9.30am-11.30am

    Where: 66 on Ernest, South Bank TAFE

    RSVP to Kelly Kerwitz - kelly.kerwitz@desbt.qld.gov.au by Monday 24 June 2019

    What is HR Connect?

    HR Connect is an employer – only network facilitated by the Queensland Department of Employment, Small Business and Training to:

    • Inform you of the latest government funding, policies or procedures relating to the employment of apprentices and trainees in Queensland
    • Link you into a skilled and job-ready workforce through multiple government programs 
    • Link you with key personnel in the local, state and federal governments
    • Provide networking opportunities to learn off other employers, leading to innovation for your workplace

    For further information please phone Kelly Kerwitz on 3634 0666 or email kelly.kerwitz@desbt.qld.gov.au


    • 10 Jul 2019
    • 12 Jul 2019
    • tafe SA campus, 120 Currie St, Adelaide

    NCVER together with tafe SA, is hosting the 28th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference 'No Frills' in Adelaide on 10-12 July 2019

    'No Frills' is a well-known annual national conference where researchers, practitioners, providers and industry representatives come together and share knowledge, ideas, insights and solutions surrounding Australia’s VET sector.

    The conference also provides valuable professional development opportunities through a program of hands-on pre-conference workshops incorporating activities on data and research analytics, and research practice.

    The 2019 conference program will focus on The student journey: skilling for life.

    Applications to present at this conference are open until Monday 18 February 2019.

    To find out more about the conference:

    CLICK HERE


    • 17 Jul 2019
    • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Mercure Townsville (Woolcock St)
    • 66
    Register


    TOWNSVILLE EVENT -

    Guest Speaker Announced

    QTA's ‘Women in Transport and Logistics’ Breakfast this year will feature Guest Speaker Roz Shaw (Hawkins).   Roz Shaw, who logged many years behind the wheel running her own family-owned freight and logistics company Hawkins Transport has now switched lanes to the insurance industry to take up the role of Head of Transport for Gallagher Australia.  Roz will share insights into being a woman in one of the toughest industries in Australia and how she did things smarter to make it in the industry and continue a career supporting her love of the road transport industry.

    Day/Date:  Wednesday 17 July 2019 

    Time: 7:15am (7:30am start) to 9:30am

    Venue: Mercure Townsville (Woolcock St).

    Cost:  Sponsorship and Ticket prices

     Registration Type  Cost (+ GST)
     Event Sponsor - MAJOR SOLD
     Event Sponsor - PURPLE  $1,500.00 + GST = $1,650.00
     Event Sponsor - GREEN  $1,000.00 + GST = $1,100.00
     Event Sponsor - WHITE  $500.00 + GST = $550.00
     Member - INDIVIDUAL  $60.00 + GST = $66.00
     Member - TABLE 8  $440.00 + GST = $484.00
     Non-Member - INDIVIDUAL  $70.00 + GST = $77.00
     Non-Member - TABLE 8  $520.00 + GST = $572.00

    GET A TABLE TOGETHER AND BOOK NOW 

    RSVP by: MONDAY, 8 July 2019 unless sold out prior. 

    Please note that numbers are limited so register early to avoid missing out.

    Event Sponsorship - Should you wish to sponsor the event, please click here for details and inclusions.

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    • 17 Jul 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • Mercure Hotel Townsville, 166 Woolcock Street, Townsville, QLD 4812
    Register

    DigiT&L Futures NHVR Portal & Telematics TrainingThe DigiT&L Futures program aims to assist industries impacted by digital disruption by supporting a transition and adoption of new practices by existing workers.

    As part of this program, workshops are being delivered for the following projects:

    NHVR Permit Portal training
    This 3hr session will offer practical training and understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal, increasing your efficiency and productivity when applying for permits.  Real-time practice will be provided using scenario-based training. 


    Maximising the Use of Telematics
    This sessions will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to maximise the use of telematics in your business to drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes.  This will include how to apply and use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management and give insights into future regulatory compliance requirements.

    Cost:

    • The cost is $50 +gst per person 

    Register:

    • Complete the registration form for either one or both of the sessions
    • We will then invoice you for the appropriate costs

    Cancellation:

    • Please note, refunds are not available for cancellations received within 7 days of the event date, unless able to transfer to another date or unless otherwise authorised.

    For more information, contact the QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or lisa@qta.com.au or ebony@qta.com.au

    The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland.

    The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is supporting the delivery of the Permit Portal Training 

    • 23 Jul 2019
    • 9:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Cardno Offices, Level 11/ 515 St Paul's Terrace, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

    Roads Australia


    Roads Australia Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) Visa Workshop (Brisbane)

    Australia is in the midst of the largest construction boom in its history. And while our contracting and consulting industries are focused on supporting and growing local skills and capacity, there remains an urgent need to supplement our workforce with skills from overseas.  

    In 2018, the Australian Government abolished the old 457 visa and replaced it with the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa. However, a lack of industry knowledge about the change - coupled with the ineligibility of a number of industry-critical skills sets – has resulted in fewer applications and/or delays across the transport and infrastructure sectors.

    Roads Australia’s Capacity Stream is running a national series of workshops to show how to make the most of the TSS visa system, and to look at what we can do collectively to ensure the skills we need are included on the skilled occupations list.

    WHERE AND WHEN:

    Date:        Tuesday 23 July 2019

    Time:        9.45am - 1pm (including light lunch)

    Where:     Cardno Offices, Level 11/515 St Paul’s Terrace, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane QLD

    Click here for more info and to register.


    • 23 Jul 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Venue TBC
    Register


    We are pleased to invite you to attend the Queensland Trucking Association's latest training and seminar programs. 

    Who is the QTA? We are Queensland's trusted road freight industry association providing services to businesses involved in delivering freight, supplies, products and services to the local area as well as around Queensland and interstate.   

    Why attend this training?  To give you the 'HOW' to do business better


    NHVR Permit Portal Training

    This training session will support you to transition from paper based permit applications to using the online portal.  The NHVR staff will provide visual practical guided training using real-time permits on the Portal.  There will be plenty of opportunity to get help with any issues you currently have with applying for permits. Understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal will help create efficiencies in your business and save you time.  

    NB: Capacity for NHVR Permit Portal training is 20 attendees. BYO device may be required if numbers exceed this.

    Maximising the use of Telematics

    As part of the DigiT&L Futures program, this session will provide you with a better understanding of why and how using telematics in your business will drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. Using real business case studies, you will walk away knowledge on how to use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management, as well as get insights into future regulatory compliance requirements (including electronic work diaries, fuel tax credit inputs, geo-fencing).

    DINNER BREAK

    Finding Flexibility in Fatigue Management

    This session is a followup to the CoR Putting it on Paper workshop held last year.  This session will help find the answer to how you can effectively manage driving hours and fatigue risk in your business.   We will breakdown the myths surrounding advanced fatigue management and guide you through the process and options available to best fit your business and the specific freight tasks in your business.

    Cost:

    • $75.00+gst per person for all sessions (includes dinner)

    Register:  Complete the registration online or call us and we can help you out.   Payments can me made online or over the phone by credit card prior to the day.

    Cancellation:  Please note, refunds are not available for cancellations received within 7 days of the event date, unless able to transfer to another date or unless otherwise authourised.


    Need help?  Questions? Who to contact: QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or

    Lisa Fraser lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony Harber ebony@qta.com.au

    The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

    • 25 Jul 2019
    • 3:30 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Venue TBC
    Register

    We are pleased to invite you to attend the Queensland Trucking Association's latest training and seminar programs. 

    Who is the QTA? We are Queensland's trusted road freight industry association providing services to businesses involved in delivering freight, supplies, products and services to the local area as well as around Queensland and interstate.   

    Why attend? Get the ’HOW' to do business better with these sessions

    NHVR Permit Portal Training

    This training session will support you to transition from paper based permit applications to using the online portal.  The NHVR staff will provide visual practical guided training using real-time permits on the Portal.  There will be plenty of opportunity to get help with any issues you currently have with applying for permits. Understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal will help create efficiencies in your business and save you time.  

    Maximising the use of Telematics

    As part of the DigiT&L Futures program, this session will provide you with a better understanding of why and how using telematics in your business will drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. Using real business case studies, you will walk away knowledge on how to use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management, as well as get insights into future regulatory compliance requirements (including electronic work diaries, fuel tax credit inputs, geo-fencing).

    DINNER BREAK

    Finding flexibility for fatigue management

    This session is a followup to the CoR Putting it on Paper workshop held last year.  This session will help find the answer to how you can effectively manage driving hours and fatigue risk in your business.   We will breakdown the myths surrounding advanced fatigue management and guide you through the process and options available to best fit your business and the specific freight tasks in your business.

    Cost:  $75.00+gst per person for all sessions (includes dinner)

    Register:  Complete the registration online or call us and we can help you out.   Payments can me made online or over the phone by credit card prior to the day.

    Cancellation:  Please note, refunds are not available for cancellations received within 7 days of the event date, unless able to transfer to another date or unless otherwise authorised.


    Need help?  Questions? Who to contact: QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or

    Lisa Fraser lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony Harber ebony@qta.com.au

    The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Businessand Training (the Department) under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland.  The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator is supporting both the DIGIT&L Futures program and the Finding Flexibility in Fatigue Management sessions.

    • 26 Jul 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • tafe Qld South Bank Campus, 66 Ernest Streert, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD 4101
    Register

    DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available). Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

    What will I learn?

    • Templates
    • Auto Fill
    • Functions
    • Absolute referencing
    • Advanced printing
    • IF function
    • VLOOKUP function
    • Protecting data

      What is the cost?

      •  A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed
      • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
      • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised

      Am I eligible?

      This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

      Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

      For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

      Next steps

      1. Complete the registration form.
      2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
      3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

        For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

        This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

        • 06 Aug 2019
        • 2:30 PM - 8:45 PM
        • Venue TBC
        Register


        We are pleased to invite you to attend the Queensland Trucking Association's latest training and seminar programs. 

        Who is the QTA? We are Queensland's trusted road freight industry association providing services to businesses involved in delivering freight, supplies, products and services to the local area as well as around Queensland and interstate.   

        Why attend? Get the ’HOW' to do business better - sessions include:

        SESSION 1 - 2.30PM-6.00PM

        NHVR Permit Portal Training

        This training session will support you to transition from paper based permit applications to using the online portal.  The NHVR staff will provide visual practical guided training using real-time permits on the Portal.  There will be plenty of opportunity to get help with any issues you currently have with applying for permits. Understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal will help create efficiencies in your business and save you time.  

        Maximising the use of Telematics

        As part of the DigiT&L Futures program, this session will provide you with a better understanding of why and how using telematics in your business will drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. Using real business case studies, you will walk away knowledge on how to use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management, as well as get insights into future regulatory compliance requirements (including electronic work diaries, fuel tax credit inputs, geo-fencing).

        DINNER BREAK (for people attending both sessions)

        SESSION 2 - 6.45PM-8.45PM

        Finding flexibility for fatigue management

        This session is a followup to the CoR Putting it on Paper workshop held last year.  This session will help find the answer to how you can effectively manage driving hours and fatigue risk in your business.   We will breakdown the myths surrounding advanced fatigue management and guide you through the process and options available to best fit your business and the specific freight tasks in your business.

        Cost:

        • $100.00+gst per person for all sessions

        • $50.00+gst per person for either session

        Register:  Complete the registration online or call us and we can help you out.   Payments can me made online or over the phone by credit card prior to the day.

        Cancellation:  Please note, refunds are not available for cancellations received within 7 days of the event date, unless able to transfer to another date or unless otherwise authourised.


        Need help?  Questions? Who to contact: QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or

        Lisa Fraser lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony Harber ebony@qta.com.au


        The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

        • 08 Aug 2019
        • 2 sessions
        • Venue TBC
        Register


        We are pleased to invite you to attend the Queensland Trucking Association's latest training and seminar programs. 

        Who is the QTA? We are Queensland's trusted road freight industry association providing services to businesses involved in delivering freight, supplies, products and services to the local area as well as around Queensland and interstate.   

        Why attend this training? Give you the 'HOW' to do business better.


        Session 1 
        2.30pm-6.00pm

        NHVR Permit Portal Training

        This training session will support you to transition from paper based permit applications to using the online portal.  The NHVR staff will provide visual practical guided training using real-time permits on the Portal.  There will be plenty of opportunity to get help with any issues you currently have with applying for permits. Understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal will help create efficiencies in your business and save you time.  

        NB: Capacity for NHVR Permit Portal training is 20 attendees. BYO device may be required if numbers exceed this.

        Maximising the use of Telematics

        As part of the DigiT&L Futures program, this session will provide you with a better understanding of why and how using telematics in your business will drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. Using real business case studies, you will walk away knowledge on how to use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management, as well as get insights into future regulatory compliance requirements (including electronic work diaries, fuel tax credit inputs, geo-fencing).

        DINNER BREAK - 6.00-6.45PM (for people registering for all sessions)

        Session 2
        6.45pm - 8.44pm

        Finding Flexibility in Fatigue Management

        This session will help find the answer to how you can effectively manage driving hours and fatigue risk in your business.   This session will breakdown the myths surrounding advanced fatigue management and guide you through the process and options available to best fit your business and the specific freight tasks in your business.

        Employment Relations: Managing People, Awards & Performance

        Delivered by Karen Bow, our experienced Employment Relations Manager. this session will deliver ER and IR advice specific to the road transport sector.  Get equipped with the correct information on performance management procedures, understanding Modern Awards, casual pay rates and termination of employment processes.  Be informed by a trusted provider in the transport industrial relations area.

        Cost:

        • $100.00+gst per person for all sessions

        • $50.00+gst per person for either session 

        How to Register:

        • Complete the registration online or call us and we can help you out.   Payments can me made online or over the phone by credit card prior to the day.

        Cancellation:

        • Please note, refunds are not available for cancellations received within 7 days of the event date, unless able to transfer to another date or unless otherwise authorised.

        Need help?  Questions? Who to contact: QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or

        Lisa Fraser lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony Harber ebony@qta.com.au


        For more information, contact the QTA office on 07 3394 4388 or  lisa@qta.com.au or ebony@qta.com.au

        The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland.

        The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is supporting the delivery of the Permit Portal Training and the Fatigue Management workshop.

        • 09 Aug 2019
        • Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Merivale St & Glenelg St, South Brisbane QLD 4101

        2019 QLD Schools VET Conference2019 QLD Schools VET Conference

        Velg Training has announced it's annual QLD Schools VET Conference will take place on the 9th August 2019 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. 

        The Conference will bring together both leading experts and industry bodies to educate, inspire and empower VET practitioners from QLD schools.

        The Conference’s streams cater to RTO Managers, VET Teachers, Principals, Deputy Principals and Career Counsellors/Advisers. It offers relevant, topical professional development that is specifically designed for Queensland Schools.

        Sessions are broken into three streams of learning with content developed under the themes: Driving VET, RTO Management & Compliance and Training & Assessing.

        For more information and to register:

        Click here

        • 12 Aug 2019
        • 19 Aug 2019
        • Southport Tafe, 91/99 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD, 4215
        Register

        DigiT&L Futures

        DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available).  Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

        This course runs over 2 weeks - 12 August and 19 August 2019. 


        What will I learn?

        • The Excel Screen
        • Workbook, Spreadsheet, Ribbon, Quick Access, Status Bar
        • Working with columns and rows
        • Data types and formats
        • Formulas and operator symbols
        • Basic Functions and syntax
        • Formatting Cells and Options
        • Print Options
        • Basic Charts
        • Sorting and Filtering

        What is the cost?

        • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed. 
        • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
        • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.
        Am I eligible?

        This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry, including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

        Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

        For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

        Next steps

        1. Complete the registration form.
        2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
        3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

          For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

          This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

          • 26 Aug 2019
          • 01 Sep 2019

          National Skills Week is the focal point for the promotion of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training sector (VET). Each year the week continues to celebrate and inform students and the wider public of the diversity and career pathways available through VET. The week communicates the emerging trends and new growth drivers connecting skills training with job outcomes.

          National Skills Week 2019 will extend the message by continuing to adopt Real Skills for Real Careers as the theme for 2019. 

          Dates have been announced for 2019 – August 26th – September 1st. Visit the National Skills Week website for updates and more information.


          • 03 Sep 2019
          • 05 Sep 2019
          • Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

          Tafe Directors Australia Convention 2019

          The TDA Convention 2019 highlights the power of Australian TAFEs.

          The Power of TAFE will be celebration of the distinct role TAFEs play in vocational education, across schooling and in higher education, for the benefit of citizens and supporting economic well-being and building communities.

          It will be held on the 3-5 September 2019 at the Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane QLD 4000.

          Click here for more information.

          • 12 Sep 2019
          • 13 Sep 2019
          • Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane QLD

          National VET Conference 2019


          National VET Conference 2019


          The National VET Conference 2019 will be delivered over two days on the 12-13 September at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)  through an exciting range of presentations, providing attendees with informative presenters, a wide variety of topics, opportunities to meet with product and service providers and network with peers from across Australia.

          Pre-conference Master Classes will be held on Wednesday 11 September.

          Click on the link below to view more information on the event and to register.

          Click here


          • 13 Sep 2019
          • BRISBANE : Tafe Qld South Bank Campus, 66 Ernest Street, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD 4101
          Register

          DigiT&L Futures

          DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available).  Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

          What will I learn?

          • The Excel Screen
          • Workbook, Spreadsheet, Ribbon, Quick Access, Status Bar
          • Working with columns and rows
          • Data types and formats
          • Formulas and operator symbols
          • Basic Functions and syntax
          • Formatting Cells and Options
          • Print Options
          • Basic Charts
          • Sorting and Filtering

          What is the cost?

          • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed. 
          • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
          • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.

          Am I eligible?

          This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry, including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

          Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

          For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

          Next steps

          1. Complete the registration form.
          2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
          3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

          For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

          This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

          • 14 Sep 2019
          • 6:00 PM
          • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Merivale & Glenelg Streets, South Brisbane
          QLD Training Awards 2019

          The prestigious Queensland Training Awards, which celebrates top achievers in training in this state, will celebrate its 58th year in 2019.

          Across 14 categories, the awards recognise individuals and organisations that strive for and have achieved success, best practice and innovation in vocational education and training (VET).

          The awards showcase all that's great about VET in Queensland, with categories for apprentices, trainees, vocational students, teachers and trainers, as well as training providers and employers.

          Dates have been announced for the Queensland Training Awards 2019.

          Regional finals will take place during July with the state final taking place on 14 September 2019 in Brisbane. Details to be confirmed.

          Visit the Queensland Training Awards website to keep up to date with the latest information.

          • 16 Sep 2019
          • 23 Sep 2019
          • Southport Tafe, 91/99 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD, 4215
          Register

          DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available). Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

          This course runs over 2 weeks - 16th and 23rd September 2019. 

          What will I learn?

          • Templates
          • Auto Fill
          • Functions
          • Absolute referencing
          • Advanced printing
          • IF function
          • VLOOKUP function
          • Protecting data

          What is the cost?

          • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed
          • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
          • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.

          Am I eligible?

          This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

          Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

          For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

          Next steps

          1. Complete the registration form.
          2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
          3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

          For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

          This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

          Am I eligible?

          This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

          Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

          For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

          Next steps

          1. Complete the registration form.
          2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
          3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

          For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

          This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

          • 17 Sep 2019
          • 19 Sep 2019
          • Pulman Melbourne on the Park, 192 Wellington Pde, Melbourne VIC 3002

          ASCI2019

          Registrations are now open for ASCI2019 Supply Chain Leaders Summit, developed by Akolade in partnership with the Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI).

          This Australasian peak gathering for supply chain professionals will bring together local and international leaders in the ongoing goal of professionalising the field of supply chain management.

          High quality learning opportunities will come to the fore over the 2 days, with a comprehensive 3 streamed conference program with 50+ practical case study, expert insight and interactive discussion sessions led by local and international supply chain leaders from a broad range of industries. The program also ties in to ASCI’s accreditation scheme, offering up to 20 CPD points to delegates.

          Unparalleled networking with over 200 senior supply chain professionals will also be available throughout our conference breaks, official networking reception and breakfast networking sessions.

          Professional development will also be offered through in-depth workshops and the popular ASCI Leadership Challenge – offering attendees the chance to really test their supply chain management prowess through this simulated supply chain game, with lots of twists and surprises and the chance to win the esteemed Challenge Cup.

          Find out more here.


          • 11 Oct 2019
          • tafe Qld South Bank Campus, 66 Ernest Streert, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD 4101
          Register

          DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available). Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

          What will I learn?

          • Templates
          • Auto Fill
          • Functions
          • Absolute referencing
          • Advanced printing
          • IF function
          • VLOOKUP function
          • Protecting data

            What is the cost?

            •  A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed
            • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
            • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised

            Am I eligible?

            This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

            Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

            For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

            Next steps

            1. Complete the registration form.
            2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
            3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

              For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

              This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

              • 02 Nov 2019
              • 09 Nov 2019
              • Southport Tafe, 91/99 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD, 4215
              Register

              DigiT&L Futures

              DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available).  Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

              This course runs over 2 weeks - 2nd and 9th November 2019. 


              What will I learn?

              • The Excel Screen
              • Workbook, Spreadsheet, Ribbon, Quick Access, Status Bar
              • Working with columns and rows
              • Data types and formats
              • Formulas and operator symbols
              • Basic Functions and syntax
              • Formatting Cells and Options
              • Print Options
              • Basic Charts
              • Sorting and Filtering

              What is the cost?

              • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed. 
              • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
              • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.
              Am I eligible?

              This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry, including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

              Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

              For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

              Next steps

              1. Complete the registration form.
              2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
              3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

                For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

                This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

                • 16 Nov 2019
                • 6:30 PM
                • The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

                Transport Women Australia Limited

                Transport Women Australia Limited 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner 2019

                Remembering 20 years of Transport Women Australia Limited with a gala dinner. Honouring founding members and special guests. Celebrating women in transport past, present and future.

                The dinner will be held on Saturday 16 November 2019 at 6.30pm.

                Venue:

                The Hotel Windsor

                111 Spring Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000

                Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact chair@transportwomen.com.au or phone 0417 422 319.

                Accommodation can be booked direct with the Windsor - www.thehotelwindsor.com.au. Access code for the website - CONF2018 for a 10% discount (for dinner guests only) or by phone 03 9633 6002 or email reservations@thw.com.au.


                Click here to book

                • 21 Nov 2019
                • Brisbane, QLD

                Australian Training Awards 2019

                The Australian Training Awards are the peak, national awards for the vocational education and training (VET) sector, recognising individuals, businesses and registered training organisations for their contribution to skilling Australia.

                The 2019 Australian Training Awards will be held in Brisbane on Thursday 21 November 2019. Further details yet to be confirmed.

                Nominations are open now for the direct entry categories. Click here for more information on award categories and how to apply or nominate.

                • 30 Nov 2019
                • 07 Dec 2019
                • Southport Tafe, 91/99 Scarborough St, Southport, QLD, 4215
                Register

                DIGIT&L FUTURES (Excel Skills) will provide support for existing workers in the transport and logistics industry (across all sectors) to upskill and build knowledge and competency in understanding Microsoft Excel (different levels of training available). Training will be delivered across a number of locations by TAFE Queensland.

                This course runs over 2 weeks - 30th November and 7th December 2019. 

                What will I learn?

                • Templates
                • Auto Fill
                • Functions
                • Absolute referencing
                • Advanced printing
                • IF function
                • VLOOKUP function
                • Protecting data

                What is the cost?

                • A once-off administration fee of $25/person/course is required to book your place once it is confirmed
                • The remaining course cost is fully funded under the DIGIT&L FUTURES program
                • Participant cancellations within 7 days of the course start date will result in the full course fees being charged unless otherwise authorised.

                Am I eligible?

                This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

                Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

                For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

                Next steps

                1. Complete the registration form.
                2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
                3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

                For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

                This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.

                Am I eligible?

                This program is open to existing employees within the Transport & Logistics industry including Road Transport, Passenger Transport, Logistics, Maritime, Rail and Aviation.

                Please note, industry funding only allows participation in one Excel training course per person. 

                For more information on eligibility and the course, click here.

                Next steps

                1. Complete the registration form.
                2. Once the minimum course numbers are reached, QTA will confirm the course with you.
                3. At this time we will also send the invoice for the administration fee of $25.00/person/course.

                For more information, contact Lisa lisa@qta.com.au or Ebony ebony@qta.com.au

                This program is funded under the  Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Fund which is being administered by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) and supported by Jobs Queensland.