Through the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT) the state government aims to work with industry, registered training organisations (RTO’s), community organisations and communities to not only create more jobs but ensure skills are aligned to these jobs thus ensuring the skilling and upskilling of Queensland’s workforce. To achieve this, each year the department makes available funding to eligible organisations and individuals across the state.
Work Skills Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) is the delivery of nationally recognised qualifications to school students, providing them with the skills and knowledge required for specific industries. VETiS can be undertaken in years 10, 11, and 12, and can count towards the Queensland Certificate of Education. Work Skills has been successfully delivering training in schools for over 27 years.
Work Skills is currently able to offer an opportunity for you to utilise the Certificate 3 Guarantee Program funded by the Queensland Government.
For eligible participants, this program means you are able to complete a qualification in business for minimal costs.
The User Choice program is funded by the Queensland State Government and contributes towards the cost of training for eligible Queensland apprentices and trainees. The program aims to provide funding aligned to the current skills needs of a variety of industries and responds to changing government priorities.
The Trade Skills Assessment and Gap Training program is a Government funded program designed to offer eligible Queenslanders that have substantial trade and industry experience, the opportunity to complete a priority trade qualification. The program targets most, but not all, trades that have been declared as a restricted calling in Queensland.