​​​​​​​​Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland

The consultation draft of Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland sets out the Queensland Government's vision for VET to ensure that in a changing world, all Queenslanders are able to access - at any stage in their lifetime and career - high quality training that improves their life prospects and supports industry development and economic​ growth.

To achieve this vision, the consultation draft of Advancing skills for the future focuses on three priority areas for action:

  • ​industry and innovation
  • a quality system​
  • access and participation.

The consultation draft of Advancing Skills recognises that Queensland's VET system needs to provide students with the skills of the future and support existing workers to reskill, so they can participate in a changing workforce.

Consultation draft

Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland (PDF, 1.3MB)​.

Future strategy

Consultation on the draft of Advancing skills for the future closed on 13 April 2017.

Nearly 200 industry representatives, employers, providers, students and other key stakeholders had their say on the future of VET in our state by attending consultation forums, providing written submissions, and responding to a survey on the Get Involved website.

Consultation feedback and ideas will​ inform development of the final strategy.

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Last updated
06 June 2017