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Industry engagement

Ministerial Industry Commission
The Ministerial Industry Commission is an independent body providing advice to the Minister for Education, Training and Employment on Queensland's skills and workforce development priorities that are directly linked to employment outcomes.

Queensland Government Building and Construction Training Policy
Information on the government policy requiring contractors on eligible Queensland Government building and construction projects to ensure that industry related employment for apprentices and trainees and structured training occurs. This policy applies from 1 July 2014.

10 Percent Training Policy
The 10 percent Training Policy ceased on 30 June 2014. The information on this page is only relevant to contractors and other stakeholders involved on eligible projects, where contracts commenced prior 1 July 2014.

Indigenous Employment Policy
The Indigenous Employment Policy ceased on 30 June 2014. The information on this page is only relevant to contractors and other stakeholders involved on eligible projects, where contracts commenced prior 1 July 2014.

Industry school engagement
Gives an explanation of how industry school engagement works and brief details about initiatives.

Request statistics
The Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment makes statistical information on apprenticeships and traineeships freely available to all interested parties.

Skill centre grants
Funded under the Commonwealth of Australian Governments initiative, through a National Project Agreement for the Industry and Indigenous Skill Centres Program.

Skills and Training Taskforce
The Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce was established to reform Queensland’s vocational education and training sector.

Vocational placement
The department is no longer involved in matters relating to vocational placement. A guide to vocational placement for Queensland registered training organisations has been developed to assist during the transition.

Women in Resources
The Women in Resources Sector Strategy aims to increase female participation in the resources sector.

Last updated
Tuesday, August 12, 2014