Timeline PhotosMarketing, managing cyber risks, dealing with stress, business continuity, workplace relations, digital literacy and sales growth strategies are just some of the topics covered in the more than 450 new online courses now available to Queensland small businesses.
Thanks to a $4 million investment by the Queensland Government , small business operators and their staff will benefit from access to additional online training opportunities to help them recover and grow from the impacts of COVID-19.
Timeline Photos📣 Greater Brisbane Update 📣 From 1am, Friday the 22nd of January; Greater Brisbane will return to the current ongoing restrictions for the rest of Queensland. This Means: ✔ Masks will no longer be mandatory within fitness facilities ✔ Density requirement of 1 person per 2 square metres
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Round 4 of the Queensland Government's FairPlay Vouchers is now open.
Parents, carers or guardians can apply for a voucher valued up to $150 for their child, which can be used towards sport and active recreation membership, registration or participation fees with registered activity providers.
Applications close on 17 March 2021 unless vouchers are exhausted prior
The Australian Government is seeking views on how to improve the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system in three key areas: - strengthening the role of industry and employers - improving VET qualifications - raising the quality of training There are multiple ways to provide your feedback, views and thoughts on improving VET including discussion papers, workshops and online surveys. Click the link to have a say. www.dese.gov.au/skills-reform-consultation... See MoreSee Less
Whether you’re an employer, employee, business owner, learner, apprentice, job seeker, peak body, union, employer association or Registered Training Organisation (RTO), you will likely have experience with the vocational education and training (VET) sector.