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Jul 17, 2020
Port opens applications for 2021 apprenticeships

Port opens applications for 2021 apprenticeships

Gladstone Ports Corporation has opened applications for its 2021 apprentice program. The program offers a variety of disciplines, including electrical, diesel fitting, plumbing, mechanical and horticulture to a diverse range of students. “We are committed to providing outstanding employment outcomes for our apprentices and trainees through our competitive working arrangements, which deliver benefi...

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Jul 17, 2020
More federal support for apprentices, upskilling

More federal support for apprentices, upskilling

The Federal Government has launched a $2 billion initiative to retrain and upskill people into sectors with job opportunities. The JobTrainer package will also subsidise the wages of tens of thousands of apprentices in jobs across Australia. It includes a $1 billion JobTrainer Fund to provide up to an additional 340,700 training places across Australia… This content is for iQ Industry Queen...

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Jul 15, 2020
Back to Work boost for apprentices and trainees

Back to Work boost for apprentices and trainees

Eligible employers can access up to $20,000 from today for hiring an out-of-work apprentice or trainee under a $70 million extension to Queensland’s Back to Work program. Member for Rockhampton Barry O’Rourke said the Apprentice or Trainee Boost was an extension to the program that had employed more than 20,000 people over four years. “As… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, i...

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Jun 27, 2020
Coal terminal offers trade opportunities

Coal terminal offers trade opportunities

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal is looking for new electrical and mechanical fitter apprentices to start in 2021. Each year, DBCT hosts six new workers as part of the apprenticeship program, which runs over four years. Applications for the 2021 intake close on July 5. Chief executive officer Steve Rae said he was hoping for a… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Ge...

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Jun 16, 2020
Renewable energy skills centre wins backing

Renewable energy skills centre wins backing

The State Government is joining forces with Electro Group Training to develop a $23 million Renewable Energy Training Facility for Queensland. The government is stumping up $17 million for the Brisbane facility, expected to provide skills training for 750 apprentices a year as well as assisting about 26,000 local licensed electricians with further training. Premier… This content is for iQ I...

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