Nominations close 31 march 2020.
The Queensland Training Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of individuals and organisations across 14 awards categories – celebrating excellence, innovation and quality in vocational education and traning (VET).
The apprentices, trainees, students, teachers, trainers, training and community organisations, and employers recognised each year represent a range of industries that are vital to Queensland’s economy.
Their success stories demonstrate how training is building careers for individuals and developing skilled workforces for businesses right across the state.
The awards not only highlight the value of vocational education and training, but also open doors for winners and finalists.
There are 14 award categories encompassing all areas of the training sector. The individual, employer and community-based organisation categories below are initially contested at the regional level and the training provider and industry collaboration awards are contested at state level.
- Harry Hauenschild Apprentice of the Year
- Bob Marshman Trainee of the Year
- Vocational Student of the Year
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year
- School-based Apprentice or Trainee of the Year
- Equity VET Student of the Year
- VET Teacher or Trainer of the Year
- Large Training Provider of the Year (state only)
- Small Training Provider of the Year (state only)
- Community Training Initiative of the Year
- Large Employer of the Year
- Medium Employer of the Year
- Small Employer of the Year
- Premier’s Industry Collaboration Award (state only)
There are also six award categories available for direct entry to the Australian Training Awards.
Click on the link below for more information about the awards and how to nominate. Nominations close 31 March 2020.
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