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Committed to the ongoing quality of training and safety in the coal mining sector.

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Connecting industry with skills

Energy Skills Queensland is a not-for-profit association of members from industry, training organisations and government to help industry connect with skills.

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Engagement

Energy Skills Queensland is the conduit between employers, training organisations and government.

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Industry Intelligence

Energy Skills Queensland engages with key industry stakeholders to build industry intelligence for the delivery of workforce planning initiatives.

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Competence & Governance

Energy Skills Queensland is committed to supporting industry to improve their competency assurance and governance practices.

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Workforce Skilling & Employment

Energy Skills Queensland’s aims to minimise skill shortages and maximise the State’s ability to respond to new opportunities.

SkillPASS: One card. Many worksites.

Giving you unparalleled access to global standards and competencies when it comes to defining, tracking and verifying skills for a safer, more productive workforce.

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Skills recognition for tradespeople who need an Australian qualification

The Trade Recognition Service: Skills recognition for tradespeople who need an Australian qualification The Trades Recognition Service (TRS) was launched on 1 October 2014 by Trades Recognition Australia (TRA), a...
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September 7, 2016: Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Credit: Pat Brunet / Event Photos Australia

CHANGE. CHALLENGE. OPPORTUNITY.

Feedback received from delegates, sponsors, speakers and staff alike portray that Energy Skills Queensland’s 2016 Annual Conference was a great success. Taking place at the Brisbane Royal International Convention Centre,...
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Martin’s ready for a big future in the electrical industry

By Gary Macnamara First year electrical apprentice, Martin Green, is a young man on a mission with a bright future ahead of him. The enthusiastic 18 year old is now...