Strategic Plan 2018-2022 (PDF, 64 KB)
The Jobs Queensland Strategic Plan 2018–2022 outlines what will be undertaken over the next four-year period to connect Queenslanders with the right skills for the future. It also details our purpose, values and activities, as well as our value proposition for key stakeholders.
Our Strategic Plan articulates our four strategic goals, as well as the key initiatives that will be undertaken to deliver them. It demonstrates Jobs Queensland’s continued support of the development of a highly skilled and adaptable Queensland workforce; one that aligns with global opportunities, meets employer needs now and in the future, meets individual aspirations, and strengthens the economy and communities around the state.
Annual Report for 2017-18 (PDF, 1.42 MB)
Throughout 2017–18, Jobs Queensland continued to focus on its remit of providing strategic advice to government on the skills needs for industries and regions; on Queensland’s apprenticeship and traineeship system; and work relating to future workforce development and planning. This also involved hosting events and forums to continue collaboration and strategic engagement with key partners, stakeholders and communities around Queensland.
This year, Jobs Queensland delivered to government a number of significant reports and strategies, including:
- Advancing Manufacturing Skills: A Skills, Training and Workforce Development Strategy for the Manufacturing Industry in Queensland
- Workforce Report and Action Plan for the Manufacturing Industry in Ipswich
- Regional tourism workforce plans for 13 regions in support of the Queensland Tourism Workforce Plan 2017–20.The Annual Report 2017–18 also provides details on the continuing projects and proposed activities for 2018–19.
The Annual Report 2017–18 also provides details on the continuing projects and proposed activities for 2018–19.
Year in Review: Annual Report for 2016-17 (PDF, 1.23 MB)
Jobs Queensland strives to shape a better future for the social and economic prosperity of Queensland. Key to achieving this is our ability to bring together industry, key stakeholders, regions, employers, unions and the community to work together to advise government on skills needs for Queenslanders to get into the workforce; to build a career; and to provide for their families.
The Jobs Queensland Year in review: Annual Report for 2016–17 has been released detailing how we have continued to deliver on our commitment to connect Queenslanders with the right skills for the future. It outlines the projects and activities that have been achieved during the 2016–17 year as well as those that are underway for delivery later in 2017 and into 2018.