​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Queenslan​​d Training Awards state sponsors

Thank you to the sponsors of the 2018 Queensland Training Awards.

Event sponsors

 

Major event sponsor

News Corp Australia
www.newscorpaustralia.com.au

News Corp Australia continues to be Australia's number one media company with a long and trusted relationship with Queenslanders over the last 100 years through its community and metro masthead newspapers, including The Courier-Mail. News Corp Australia is Australia's leading publisher, selling 10 million newspapers each week and distributing an additional 6.7 million community titles. It publishes seven of the top 10 newspapers sold across the country, including the highest selling weekday and Sunday papers.

News Corp Australia's digital sites have a monthly unique audience of 6.7 million across the major metropolitan cities. It is a multi-platform leader in food, health, parenting, style and property and lifestyle brands, reaching over 7.2 million Australians each month.

News Corp Australia is extremely proud to be supporting the Queensland Training Awards again.


 

Welcome reception sponsor

Apprenticeship Support Australia
www.apprenticeshipsupport.com.au

Apprenticeship Support Australia launched in 2015 to deliver the Australian Government's "Australian Apprenticeship Support Network" under a contract from the Department of Education and Training.

Apprenticeship Support Australia brings the 16 years of continuous apprenticeship services experience of Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre in NSW and the ACT to Queensland, with the support of business expertise from around the country.

Apprenticeship Support Australia's services are focussed on lifting apprenticeship commencement and completion rates through the provision of support at every stage of the employment cycle.

We offer employers holistic business-wide training advice and can assist in recommending suitable qualifications, advice on how to access Government funding for training, help with matching and recruitment of new staff, as well as ongoing coaching, mentoring and support of apprentices and trainees.


Individual category sponsors

 

Harry Hauenschild Apprentice of the Year award sponsor

Construction Skills Queensland
www.csq.org.au

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) is a proud to be a long-term sponsor of the Queensland Training Awards.

Funded by an industry training levy, CSQ is here to help the construction workforce connect with the skills and training they need. We know how important it is to invest in skills, so it's our mission to make it easier by subsidising training costs and connecting people with registered training organisations.

We also work collaboratively with industry to future-proof the building and construction workforce through evidence-based reports, information sharing and regional skills planning.


 

Bob Marshman Trainee of the Year award sponsor

BUSY At Work
www.busyatwork.com.au

BUSY At Work is an established and trusted not for profit organisation providing employment and apprenticeship programs. BUSY holds a, reputation as an innovative leading providers of Indigenous employment programs, school-based programs, mature aged worker programs and disability employment services.

BUSY's approach to Australian Apprenticeship Support Services, jobactive Employment Services, Transition to Work Services and Industry Specialist Mentoring for Australian Apprentices (ISMAA) in contracted areas illustrates BUSY's commitment and visionary expertise in providing sustainable and meaningful employment opportunities to local communities.

With 40 years of experience, BUSY's diverse team fo qualified professionals deliver a range of employment programs from more than 40 offices across Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.

BUSY's comprehensive programs are designed to provide skilling, employment and education solutions to businesses, job seekers, students and apprentices. Profits are injected directly back into the local community with emphasis on job seekers including youth, people with a disability and Indigenous Australians.


 

Vocational Student of the Year award sponsor

TAFE Queensland
www.tafeqld.edu.au

TAFE Queensland is the largest provider of VET in Queensland, with a proud history of serving the state's communities for 135 years.

TAFE Queensland operates across a network of over 50 locations in Queensland, in employer's workplaces, online and in markets offshore with an offering that spans foundation skills and entry level qualifications through to higher education degrees.

Its students are provided with training options at every stage of their career and employers with skilling solutions that respond to complex workforce needs.

TAFE Queensland continues to innovate and expand the range of learning options and educational pathways available to students and industry, always maintaining its commitment to deliver quality training that changes lives.


 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year award sponsor

Apprentice Employment Network
www.apprenticeemploymentnetwork.com.au

A new trading name for the Group Training Association of Queensland and Northern Territory Ltd.

The Apprentice Employment Network is Queensland's largest employer network of apprentices and trainees. The network comprises over 5000 apprentices and trainees employed or managed by group training organisations (GTOs) across Queensland.

The Network plays a significant role within Queensland, employing around 500 skilled staff and providing services to over 10,000 business in various industries.

This uniquely Australian initiative reaches every corner of the country and operates at the grass roots level in communities throughout Queensland linking students, school leavers, apprentices and trainees to enterprises and training organisations.

The Network extends across diverse markets and plays a pivotal role in creating opportunities for apprentices and trainees with small to medium businesses, many of which would be unlikely to engage in the training system without an intermediary such as the Apprentice Employment Network.

Helping to forge the State's skills base.


 

School-based Apprentice or Trainee of the Year award sponsor

Hutchinson Builders
www.hutchinsonbuilders.com.au

Hutchinson Builders is one of Australia's largest private building and construction companies. Established in 1912, it now has over 1400 direct employees, including more than 150 apprentices and cadets.

'Hutchies' is a vibrant and dynamic construction company. It builds approximately 250 projects around Australia each year, ranging in size from relatively small residential and commercial maintenance works to major multimillion-dollar projects.

The company thrives on repeat business and is relentless in its endeavour to protect its reputation for high quality projects. It offers high level proactive design development, cost planning, project financing and construction delivery.

In addition to its building and construction activities, Hutchinson Builders won prestigious state and national Employer of the Year awards in 2011 and 2017 – recognising the company's innovative workforce development efforts aimed at raising the capability and capacity of its employees and subcontractors.


 

VET Teacher or Trainer of the Year award sponsor

Velg Training
www.velgtraining.com

Velg Training is a member serving organisation and Australia's leading provider of vocational education and training (VET) professional development and consulting services. Our vision is to educate, inspire and empower the VET sector by providing quality, flexible and innovative products and services.

Having served the VET community since 2003, Velg Training's national client base represents registered training organisations (RTOs) across Australia, including VET practitioners, teachers, trainers, assessors, TAFE teaching professionals, enterprise trainers and assessors, industry experts and other VET professionals.


 

Equity VET Student of the Year award sponsor

CQUniversity Australia
www.cqu.edu.au

Originally founded in Rockhampton in 1967 as the Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) Capricornia, CQUniversity was awarded full university status in 1992, and now has more than 30,000 students spread across 25 campuses and locations Australia-wide. Its remarkable growth in student numbers, new courses, new campuses, infrastructure, research impact and reputation has seen the university emerge as one of Australia's truly great universities.

CQUniversity's unique vision, diversity, outreach, engagement, research, learning and teaching, and inclusiveness have led to it being recognised within the top 500 universities in the world, and among the top 100 universities under 50 years old by the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings.


 

Community Training Initiative of the Year award sponsor

Health and Community Services Workforce Council
www.workforce.org.au

The Health and Community Services Workforce Council leads and delivers workforce research, strategy and capability to position our workforce to be strong and sustainable and to make a tangible difference for the people they serve.

For more than 25 years, we have worked closely with industry, government and the community as a peak body.

With a focus on reconciliation and inclusion, we work collaboratively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders and community members to deliver unique and comprehensive strategies that support organisations to reflect the cultural context in which they operate.

Our aim is to innovate and deliver services which enable workforces to be well researched, well informed, well planned, well developed, well connected and well resourced to perform.


Employer and organisation category sponsors

 

Large Training Provider of the Year award sponsor

The Courier-Mail
www.couriermail.com.au

The Courier-Mail has long been the voice of Queensland daily newspaper. Delivering the latest breaking news across both print and digital platforms, The Courier-Mail continues to drive the public agenda in Queensland.

Sharing the aspirations and values of its readers – and a love for Brisbane city and the state – The Courier-Mail has a fresh, clean, modern design and is now better positioned than ever to deliver the best daily combination of news, sport, lifestyle, entertainment and business coverage.

In print and digital formats, it attracts a broad audience – from career-climbing professionals and influencers to baby boomers, university students and big-spending affluent Queenslanders.

The Courier-Mail, is a major part of the News Corp stable of products and is a proud supporter of the Queensland Training Awards once more.


Small Training Provider of the Year award sponsor

Sponsorship opportunities still available.

 

Large Employer of the Year award sponsor

OSMAC Apprenticeships
www.ogt.com.au

OSMAC Apprenticeships takes the hassle out of employing an apprentice or trainee, right from the recruitment process, completing all government paperwork, organising college training, conducting on-the-job assessment, mentoring to improve performance and eventually successful completion.

OSMAC commenced operations in April 2013 to give the host employer and apprentice a fair go. We truly understand industry needs and are committed to keep the cost of hiring an apprentice or trainee at the most competitive​ rates on the market so a lot more young people get the opportunity of an apprenticeship or traineeship in their chosen field.

By February 2018, OSMAC continued proving to be the fastest growing GTO in Australia and had completed 176 apprentices with another 406 apprentices employed in their chosen trade.

At OSMAC we don't want to be the biggest GTO, just the best because we care!


Medium Employer of the Year award sponsor

Sponsorship opportunities still available.

 

Small Employer of the Year award sponsor

Quest Community News
www.couriermail.com.au/questnews/digital-editions

Quest Community News has forged deep bonds with their readers. With 15 printed newspapers across Brisbane, Quest also publishes local news daily online and offers deeper connections to its audience through social media, ensuring readers have access to the news they need, on the platform of their choosing.

Their newspapers are as vibrant as the communities they reflect. Each is proud to provide a sense of belonging for the communities they serve, connect readers to their neighbours and help celebrate the diversity around them. Quest's trusted brands give readers insights into where to shop, work, play and socialise close to home, as well as delivering up-to-date news and sport coverage. Although sharing a common brand, each Quest title is a unique reflection of what's happening within its own immediate community.

Quest Community News is a proud supporter of the Queensland Training Awards.


Premier's Industry Collaboration Award sponsor

Sponsorship opportunities still available.

Prize sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities still available.


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Last updated
18 April 2018