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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

    Qld Govt endorsement of AEC
    Cabinet – February 2009 Queensland Government endorsement of the Australian Employment Covenant Treasurer and Minister for Employment and Economic Development Indigenous people are the most disadvantaged group in Australia. Through the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) all states and territories have committed to implement strategies aimed at halving the employment gap between Indi

    Education and Training Legislation (Skills Queensland) Amendment Bill 2010
    The Education and Training Legislation (Skills Queensland) Amendment Bill 2010 amends the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000 to establish an industry led skills commission in Queensland, to be called Skills Queensland. The establishment of Skills Queensland marks a new approach to ensuring that Queensland’s skills system meets the needs of a growing and diversifying Queensland

    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

    Qld Post-secondary Education and Training (QPET) Review
    Queensland’s publicly funded vocational education and training system provides accredited training to 280,000 students including 93,000 apprentices and trainees. The state’s higher education sector provides education to more than 208,000 students including over 158,000 undergraduate students. In 2011 the Government commissioned an independent review of vocational education and training and higher

    Vocational Education and Training (Commonwealth Powers) and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2011
    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 VET regulator. COAG developed an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) which required signatories to refer legislative power to the Commonwealth to allow it to regulate VET. All states and territories, includi

    Appointment of Chair and Director Board Aviation Australia Pty Ltd
    Aviation Australia Pty Ltd provides aviation training to support the development of Queensland as an aviation and aerospace hub for the Asia-Pacific region, and is a centre of excellence for education and training for the aviation industry. The constitution of Aviation Australia Pty Ltd defines the objectives for which the Company is established as to: facilitate the setup and establishment of a

    TAFE Qld Bill 2013
    The TAFE Queensland Bill 2013 establishes TAFE Queensland as the public provider of vocational education and training (VET) in Queensland. The Government commissioned the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce to review the VET sector in Queensland and one of the Taskforce’s key recommendations was the establishment of TAFE Queensland as an independent body. The Bill is being introduced as a re

    VETE Skills Qld Amendment Bill 2013
    The Vocational Education, Training and Employment (Skills Queensland) and Another Act Amendment Bill 2013 will: amend the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000 to abolish Skills Queensland and transfer its functions relating to apprentices and trainees, vocational placements, group training organisations, principal employer organisations, employment exemptions and non-departmental

    Review of Qld Government Building and Construction Training and Employment Policies
    Reviews of the Queensland Government Building and Construction Contracts Structured Training Policy and the Indigenous Employment Policy for Queensland Government Building and Civil Construction Projects have been completed. These two policies are to be replaced with a single policy, the Queensland Government Building and Construction Training Policy. The new Queensland Government Building and Con

    Appointments to the TAFE Queensland Board
    The TAFE Queensland Board (the Board) is established as the governing body of TAFE Queensland under the TAFE Queensland Act 2013. Part 2, division 3 of the Act outlines the functions of the Board which includes to: ensure it operates in accordance with its operational plan and, as far as possible, achieves the performance targets and objectives stated in the plan; account to the Minister for its p

    Reform action plan for vocational education and training in Qld
    The Queensland Government Response to the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce committed to providing a reform action plan for vocational education and training by mid-2013. The Plan outlines actions that will transform the vocational education and training sector in Queensland into a contestable, vibrant and employment focused training market. The Plan: gives industry and employers a central

    Agricultural College Amendment Bill 2013
    The Agricultural College Amendment Bill 2013 provides for amendments to the Agricultural College Act 2005 (the Act) to restructure and rename the Australian Agricultural College Corporation and to replace the existing advisory board with a new governing board. The Australian Agricultural College Corporation (AACC) is established under the Act as a corporation sole. As a Registered Training Authori

    Appointment Building and Construction Industry Training Fund
    The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (QLD) Ltd (BCITF) has been established as the skills centre of excellence for the building and construction industry and is a not for profit company limited by guarantee, with sole membership being the State of Queensland, through the Minister for Education, Training and Employment. The skills centre of excellence represents a partnership model

    Appointments Board of Aviation Australia Pty Ltd
    Aviation Australia Pty Ltd provides aviation training to support the development of Queensland as an aviation and aerospace hub for the Asia-Pacific region, and is a centre of excellence in education and training for the aviation industry. The constitution of Aviation Australia Pty Ltd defines the objectives for which the Company is established as to: facilitate the setup and establishment of a

    Appointments Qld Training Assets Management Authority Board
    The Government is reforming the provision of vocational education and training (VET) services in the State. That reform process follows recommendations made by the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce and the Independent Commission of Audit. The Queensland Training Assets Management Authority Act 2014 established the Queensland Training Assets Management Authority (QTAMA) as the specialist m

    TAFE Qld Dual Sector Entity Amendment Bill 2014
    The TAFE Queensland (Dual Sector Entity) Amendment Bill 2014 provides for the creation of dual sector entities in Queensland. A dual sector entity is an entity that delivers both higher education and vocational education and training (VET). In delivering VET, the dual sector entity can use the term TAFE. The Bill will enable the merger between Central Queensland University and Central Queensland

    Further Education and Training Bill 2014
    The Further Education and Training Bill 2014 will: repeal the Vocational Education, Training and Employment Act 2000; create new training legislation for Queensland to support the Government’s reform priorities for vocational education and training (VET), including streamlining and modernising the State’s regulatory system for apprenticeships and traineeships; and repeal the Higher Education (Gene

    Qld Training Assets Management Authority Bill 2014
    The Government is reforming the provision of vocational education and training (VET) services in the State. That reform process follows recommendations made by the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce and the Independent Commission of Audit. The transfer of State VET assets to a specialist management entity is part of the Government’s VET reforms, and is intended to: allow TAFE Queensland a

    Progress Report - additional apprenticeships
    The Government committed to “provide up to $86 million for 10,000 additional apprenticeships over six years to meet the looming skills shortage from 2012-13”. This commitment was announced as part of the pledge to revamp Queensland’s skills and training, and significantly boost apprenticeship opportunities for Queenslanders. The funding commitment for this strategy is $8 million to be made availa

    Appointments to Australian Agricultural College Advisory Board and Local College Boards
    The Australian Agricultural College Corporation (AACC), established under the Agricultural College Act 2005, is to be restructured from a corporation sole to a statutory body. It will also be renamed as the Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC). The QATC is to have a governing board responsible for the strategic direction and financial management of the corporation. It will also have bo

    Strategy Update - additional apprenticeships over six years from 2012-13 to 2017-18
    The Government committed to provide up to $86 million for 10,000 additional apprenticeships over six years to meet the looming skills shortage from 2012-13. This commitment was announced as part of the promise to revamp Queensland’s skills and training sector, and significantly boost apprenticeship opportunities for Queenslanders. Cabinet noted the progress against the 10,000 additional apprenti

    Appointment to Board of Aviation Australia Pty Ltd
    Aviation Australia Pty Ltd provides aviation training to support the development of Queensland as an aviation and aerospace hub for the Asia-Pacific region, and is a centre of excellence in education and training for the aviation industry. The constitution of Aviation Australia Pty Ltd defines the objectives for which the Company is established as to: facilitate the setup and establishment of a

    Qld Training Assets Repeal Bill 2015
    The Queensland Training Assets Management Authority Repeal Bill 2015: repeals the Queensland Training Assets Management Authority Act 2014 and abolishes the Queensland Training and Assets Management Authority (QTAMA); transfers the assets and liabilities of QTAMA to the Department of Education and Training; provides that the Chief Executive Officer and the board members go out of office; and p

    Further Education and Training (Training Ombudsman) Amendment Bill 2015
    Working Queensland sets out the Queensland Government’s plan for creating jobs and lowering unemployment in order to lead Queensland to future prosperity. It also includes the commitment to establish an independent Training Ombudsman with the power to investigate complaints made about vocational education and training (VET), including apprenticeships and traineeships, in Queensland. The Further E

    Appointment Board of Building and Construction Industry Training Fund
    The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (QLD) Ltd (BCITF) has been established as the skills centre of excellence for the building and construction industry and is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, with sole membership being the State of Queensland, through the Minister for Training and Skills. The skills centre of excellence represents a partnership model between industr

    Jobs Queensland Bill 2015
    Working Queensland sets out the Queensland Government’s plan for creating jobs and lowering unemployment in order to lead Queensland to future prosperity. It also includes the commitment to establish Jobs Queensland as an independent statutory entity providing strategic industry advice to Government on skills demand and long-term workforce planning, with a focus on making the Queensland vocationa

    Draft International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026
    The Draft International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026 (draft strategy) articulates the Queensland Government’s vision for the international education and training (IET) industry, and provides a framework for industry and government to work together to grow the industry and enhance the state’s reputation as a leading global provider of IET services. The draft strat

    Consultation on Ten Year Strategic Training Asset Management Plan
    The vocational, education and training (VET) sector has undergone significant changes in recent years and will continue to contribute to the economic growth of Queensland. Recognising that state-owned training assets will continue to play a vital role in facilitating VET delivery, the Government is developing a ten year Strategic Training Asset Management Plan (STAMP) to maximise the training and

    Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education and Training Advisory Committee
    The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education and Training Advisory Committee (QATSIETAC) is established under section 412 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. The QATSIETAC terms of reference enable the committee to provide advice on policy and implementation issues relating to matters such as: early childhood education and care; school attendance and engagement; educa

    Appointment to Building and Construction Industry Training Fund
    The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (QLD) Ltd (BCITF) has been established as the Skills Centre of Excellence for the building and construction industry and is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, with sole membership being the State of Queensland, through the Minister responsible for the Training portfolio. The Skills Centre of Excellence represents a partnership model

    Appointment to Jobs Queensland
    The Jobs Queensland Act 2015 established Jobs Queensland as an independent statutory entity with key functions to give advice to the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills about: the skills it anticipates will be needed for particular industries and regional areas; future workforce development and planning; and the apprenticeship and traineeship system in Qu

    International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026
    The Queensland Government has developed a strategy for international education and training, following consultation with industry on the Draft International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026 in June 2016. The International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026 (IET Strategy) outlines the government’s commitment and vision for the internationa

    Appointment of members of Jobs Queensland
    The Jobs Queensland Act 2015 established Jobs Queensland as an independent statutory entity with key functions to give advice to the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills about: the skills it anticipates will be needed for particular industries and regional areas; future workforce development and planning; and the apprenticeship and traineeship system in Q

    Appointment of the Training Ombudsman
    The Further Education and Training Act 2014 provides for the appointment of the Training Ombudsman as an independent statutory position aimed at restoring accountability within the training sector by providing vocational education and training (VET) stakeholders with dispute resolution services for what can be a very complex sector. The Training Ombudsman provides complete wrap around support for

    Advancing skills for the future - a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland
    Advancing skills for the future: a strategy for vocational education and training in Queensland outlines the Queensland Government’s vision for vocational education and training (VET) and key actions to implement this vision. The draft strategy proposes initiatives across three key areas: Industry and innovation focuses on collaboration with industry to identify skills priorities, and positioning

    Appointments to the TAFE Queensland Board
    The TAFE Queensland Board (the Board) is established as the governing body of TAFE Queensland under the TAFE Queensland Act 2013 (the Act). Section 13 of the Act outlines the functions of the Board which includes to: ensure it operates in accordance with its operational plan and, as far as possible, achieves the performance targets and objectives stated in the plan; account to the Minister for its

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    12 May, 2016

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