The Industry Intelligence Provider
for mining (energy), utilities and telecommunications industries
Energy Skills Queensland (ESQ) leads engagement with the Mining (energy), utilities and telecommunications industry and government on education and training, skills development and labour market issues.
ESQ provides critical research and independent advice to industry and government regarding skills demand and supply, training and workforce development as well as implementing skilling strategies to build Queensland’s mining (energy), utilities and telecommunications workforce for the future.
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Keynote Speaker: The Hon Yvette D'Ath MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills.
And we launch new research exploring the workforce and skilling implications of a rapidly changing electricity supply industry in Queensland and Australia.
This event is proudly sponsored by
The Generic Induction program heads the stable of industry-leading products we've developed. The new Drilling and Completions General Induction was built to meet the needs of the gas industry, and skillPASS helps companies and employees easily and securely keep track of qualifications.
Event Partner: Drilling HR Leaders Industry Group Workshop
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