Skills update is the department's training e-newsletter. It provides key information on departmental training programs and initiatives as well as other news from across the training sector, including best practice examples, training resources, research, workshops and events.
The monthly e-newsletter is complemented by the Skills Alert service which is distributed as key announcements are made, such as the opening of program funding rounds.
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Current Skills update issue
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current issue of the Skills update newsletter goes through to the Vision 6 website.
Skills update July 2017
Training and Skills Budget Snapshot; Identifying current and future needs in Queensland's advance manufacturing; Don't miss your chance to celebrate Queensland's regional training superstars; GC2018 Security Provider Training Strategy; 2017 APIEF and ACPET Conference in Brisbane next month; Skilling for tomorrow discussion paper.
2017 Skills update and Skills alert issues
Skills alert 22 August 2017
Don't miss your chance to cheer on the best in Queensland training.
Skills alert 10 August 2017
Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding application workshops.
Skills alert 7 August 2017
Skilling Queenslanders for Work: second funding round 2017/18 now open.
Skills update June 2017
Ten Skilling Queenslanders for Work Community Recovery projects underway; Skills Disability Support leads Mitchell to local employment; 2017 Queensland Training Awards regional finalists announced; Skilling Queenslanders for Work promotional campaign launched; VET bursary applications closing soon; Nominate a Queensland Young Tourism Leader; WorldSkills regional competitions kick-off in Queensland; Foundation Skills Assessment Tool: feedback wanted; New myth-busting report showcases VET sector strengths.
Skills update May 2017
Quality framework introduced; Small Business industry luncheon; Celebrate National Reconciliation Week; Apply now for the Australian Training Awards; Adults represent the changing face of apprenticeships; Increased transparency helps students make informed choices; Join Australia's Biggest Morning Tea for Cancer Council.
Skills update April 2017Skills update March 2017
2017 Queensland Training Award nominations have closed; Mueller students celebrate women in aviation on International Women's Day; Swiss visit highlights DET International student programs; New Queensland Training Ombudsman website released; Applications for the Queensland Overseas Foundation (QOF) Global Connections Bursary are now open; Teach Rural Career Fair - Wednesday 3 May 2017; Continuity and change: employers' training practices and partnerships with training providers.
VET strategy released for public consultation; Less than one month left to nominate for the Queensland Training Awards; More than 1500 Queenslanders assisted Back to Work; VET excellence awarded with scholarships and bursaries; $20,000 Youth Boost extended for regional employers; Registrations open for ACPET National Conference in Brisbane; National employer survey on training underway; VET delivery workplace ready graduates; Make it Now in Trades Challenge Camp; Queensland VET success stories highlighted nationally on International Women's Day; Singapore to host VET summit.
Skills alert 13 April 2017Skills update February 2017
Skilling Queenslanders for Work Community Recovery package
Volunteer your skills at the Commonwealth Games; Skills build brighter futures for young offenders; Help us recognise the best in training; User Choice changes aim to boost numbers; Support to achieve priority trade qualifications; Training versus university; Unpaid work experience; Australia Day Award for WorldSkills Queensland competitor.
Skills alert 28 February 2017Skills update January 2017
Skilling Queenslanders for Work's successful projects announced as new funding round opens.
The search is on for the best and brightest in training; Queensland vocational training success stories make national TV screens; $20,000 Back to Work 'Youth Boost' kicks off in regional Queensland; Young people get set for rewarding careers; New board for TAFE Queensland; Young Starters' competition now open; Support to skill Queenslanders in priority trades; Mission Australia's Youth Survey reveals discrimination statistics; Training websites move to common platform; Mater Young Adult Health Centre launches Youth Natural Disaster Recovery website.
Skills alert 6 January 2017
Nominations now open for the 2017 Queensland Training Awards.
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