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* An Industry Engagement Program established by Queensland Trucking Association and funded by the Qld Department of Employment, Small Business and Training. 
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May 2018 Edition
VET 4 T&L are working with Jobs Queensland to identify future skill requirements for Queensland industry.
 
Planning for workforce capability and workforce sustainability has never been more important than now, where industry faces an unprecedented rate of change and disruption due to the rapid advances in technology. Understanding how technology will shape the future skills of
industry is critical, so workforces can identify how drivers like automation, digital literacy and shifting skill sets will impact workforces across all industries.
 
The project; T&L Future Ready needs industry’s help to gain a clear insight into the challenges and opportunities they face for the future.

To have your say please complete our survey by clicking the relevant industry profile below. 

The findings and report will be made available to industry once approved by Jobs Queensland. We thank you for your support and input.

 
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Regional finalists have been announced for the 2018 Queensland Training Awards.

Check out the full list of finalists here.
 

TLI Transport and Logistics Release 4.0 Project 

On behalf of the IRC, AIS has updated the Training Package codes.
 

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