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November

Training funds to boost trade workforce

Up to $12 million in funding is now available through two new programs to assist skill Queenslanders for priority trades, address skills shortages and boost the economy. The programs, which…

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Industry to have greater say on training package design

Consultation on the implementation of reforms to deliver more industry-relevant and flexible national training packages to drive productivity and competitiveness has been opened by the Australian Government. Released by the…

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Does your industry need better access to funding for skills training?

A new industry survey is giving employers in mining (energy), utilities and telecommunications the opportunity to shape the future investment plan for VET training in Queensland. Human resource managers, operations…

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October

Leading professionals join to discuss skilling for productivity

Leading professionals will provide intriguing insights in skilling for productivity within Queensland’s energy, resources and telecommunications industries at Energy Skills Queensland’s 2014 Annual Conference. Featuring presentations from nationally respected professionals,…

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First gas into Santos GLNG pipeline

Santos GLNG has fed natural gas into its 420-kilometre gas transmission pipeline for the first time via its primary compressor station in the Fairview field in south-west Queensland. Santos Vice…

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