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Project background

One of Jobs Queensland’s responsibilities is to provide advice to the Minister for Training and Skills on anticipated skills needs for industries and regions. One of our approaches includes economic modelling of plausible scenarios developed with advice from regions and industries.

The Anticipating Future Skills project will assist Jobs Queensland in providing advice about anticipated skills needs and also feed into other programs of work such as workforce planning and development.

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Project stages

This project will be rolled out in stages:

  • Stage 1 – A number of scenarios will be developed using feedback provided during stakeholder workshops and an online survey.
  • Stage 2 –The finalised scenarios will be provided to economic modellers who will produce data at the State and regional level as well as across industries.
  • Stage 3 – The economic models will be tested and validated with industry and regional stakeholders through a number of forums across the State.

The economic models will be finalised in early 2018.

Last updated 23 October 2017