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In 2022-23, Jobs Queensland will deliver a number of projects under the Annual Work Program that support its strategic objectives of:

  • fostering a skilled and productive workforce for the changing economy, inclusive growth and jobs of the future
  • enabling Queensland industries and communities to strength skills, capabilities and resilience
  • strengthening the state’s vocational education and training (VET) system.


Jobs Queensland is also a delivery partner of the Queensland Workforce Strategy and is involved in the following deliverables:

  • ‘Growing your own’ regional workforcePartner with regions to develop workforce plans and initiatives to support ‘grown your own’ workforces and cross-sector skills development
  • Health and community services workforce development – Partner with the health and community services sectors to create and implement sector-led workforce development, attraction and retention strategies
  • Queensland Resources Industry Development Plan – Support the development of a Queensland Resources Industry Workforce Plan
  • Increase uptake of higher-level apprenticeships and traineeships – Partner with industry to increase the uptake of higher-level apprenticeships and traineeships in industries where strong demand exists.

Last updated 30 November 2022