Participating in a Skilling Queenslanders for Work training project helps job seekers gain the skills, qualifications and experience they need to enter and stay in the workforce.
Use the map below to locate projects near you. Click on a marker to display project details, including a project’s name, summary, funded organisation, delivery locations and duration.
To check availability, whether you are eligible and other specifics, contact the organisation running the project via the contact details displayed.
Markers indicate a project’s primary delivery location – not actual organisation or training addresses, or other delivery locations in the region. Contact funded organisations for full details.
Community Work Skills assists disadvantaged Queensland job seekers and low skilled workers to gain nationally recognised skills and qualifications up to a certificate III level.
Work Skills Traineeships enable long-term unemployed and disadvantaged job seekers to be employed for up to six months on community, construction or environmental projects.
Get Set for Work provides intensive employment and training assistance over a 12-month period to young, disengaged Queenslanders aged 15-19 years.
Ready for Work assists young people aged 15-24 to transition into the workplace by providing courses of up to 6-8 weeks on job search assistance, employability skills and training.
Youth Skills provides nationally recognised training and employment support for 15-19 year olds who are engaged with Youth Justice Services or Queensland Corrective Services.
The Queensland Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative represents a significant investment of $240 million over four years to support up to 32,000 Queenslanders into work.
Funding is open to community-based organisations, local councils, and school Parents and Citizens' and Parents and Friends' associations. Learn more about applying for funding at www.training.qld.gov.au/sqw.