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    Queensland Skills Plan 2008 and Positive Dreaming, Solid Futures
    Through consultations with industry, students, schools, training providers and communities, the Department of Education, Training and the Arts (DETA) and the Department of Employment and Industrial Relations (DEIR) updated the Queensland Skills Plan to ensure that the State retains a comprehensive response to the labour market. In response to Action 19 of the Queensland Skills Plan, DETA and DEI

    Jobs First Delivering Jobs for Queensland
    In recognition of the impact of the global financial crisis on economic growth and employment in Queensland, the Queensland Government committed to the creation of 100,000 new jobs by March 2012. In recognising that meeting this commitment would require a joint effort by government, industry, organisations and individuals, a four point plan was developed to outline key activity by government to s

    Response to Public Accounts Committe Report 81 - Addressing Skills Shortages in Queensland
    Cabinet – May 2009 Response to the Recommendations of the Public Accounts Committee Report 81 – Review of Auditor-General Report 7 for 2007 – Addressing Skills Shortages in Queensland Minister for Education and Training and Minister for Employment and Economic Development In 2007, the former Departments of Education, Training and the Arts (DETA), Employment and Industrial Relations (DEIR), and T

    Education and Training LABill 2010
    The Education and Training Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 (the Bill) will amend legislation administered by the Department of Education and Training to provide for the following matters: Power of State school principals to exclude a student On 18 December 2009, the Minister for Education and Training announced the Government’s commitment to grant State school principals the power to exclude stude

    Vocational Education and Training (Commonwealth Powers) Bill 2012
    In December 2009, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to national reforms to the regulation of vocational education and training (VET) including the establishment of a national regulator. Participating State Parliaments are required to refer their legislative power to regulate VET to give the regulator effective national coverage. On 1 July 2011, the national regulator, the Austra

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