The Queensland Skills Plan 2008 (PDF, 551 KB) outlined the short and long term measures the Queensland Government would take to alleviate skill shortages at all occupational levels.
The Queensland Skills Plan 2008 had five key areas:
Developing the skills of existing workers and apprentices
Engaging unemployed and under-employed people
Improving youth transitions to enhance education, training and employment outcomes
Building the capacity of the Queensland VET sector
Building bridges to the professions.
Download the Queensland Skills Plan 2008 - highlights (PDF, 231 KB) for a snapshot of the key actions.
History of the Queensland Skills Plan
The Queensland Skills Plan 2008 realigned the direction of the original Queensland Skills Plan released in March 2006. The original plan marked the most significant overhaul of the state's vocational education and training system in 40 years and was developed through a process of consultation with a broad cross-section of Queenslanders.
Download the original Queensland Skills Plan 2006 (PDF, 722 KB)