The Skilling Queenslanders for Work Program is a suite of targeted skills and training programs supporting Queenslanders to gain the skills, qualifications and experience needed to enter and stay in the workforce.
Successful projects under the first round of funding for 2022-23 were announced on 8 July 2022. Transport & Logistics training included in this round of funding are:
- Certificate II in Supply Chain Operations – Get Set for Work & Community Work Skills Programs
- Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations – Skill Up & Community Work Skills Programs
- Certificate II in Rail Infrastructure – Skill Up Program
- Certificate III in Driving Operations – Community Work Skills Program
- Licence to operate a forklift truck – Get Set for Work, Skill Up & Community Work Skills Programs
If you are a Queensland employer needing qualified and skilled staff for your workforce, consider recruiting a participant from one of the Skilling Queenslanders for Work projects. Employers may also be eligible for financial incentives when they engage a job seeker as part of the Queensland Government’s Back to Work and Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiatives.
You can find out more about training projects in your area on the Skilling Queenslanders for Work website, or contact your local Back to Work officer to find out more on what incentives you may be eligible for.
Applications for second funding round
Applications for funding under the second funding round for 2022-23 opened 1 August 2022 and will close at 5pm, Thursday 22 September 2022. Queensland community-based organisations who are interested in delivering a Skilling Queenslanders for Work project, can find out more on how to submit an application on the website.
Funding applications open until: