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Good luck to our finalists at the Australian Training Awards

Eight of our 2014 Queensland Training Awards winners, and another four Queensland direct entry finalists, will be competing at the Australian Training Awards in Adelaide on 21 November.

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Nominate now for the 2015 Queensland Training Awards

This is your opportunity to gain well deserved recognition for your efforts in vocational education and training, and share those success stories with your peers and other professionals.

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Become a Queensland Training Awards sponsor

Want to show your support for vocational education and training in Queensland? Become a sponsor for the 2015 Queensland Training Awards.

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Subscribe to the Queensland Training Awards newsletter for the latest updates on the awards.

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Queensland Training Awards

The Queensland Training Awards, in its 54th year in 2015, are the state's highest recognition of people and organisations who strive for success, best practice and innovation in training.

Award categories recognise outstanding achievement by:

A strong training system is a key part of the Queensland Government's commitment to grow a four pillar economy and reduce unemployment.

Thanks to our 2014 event and award sponsors

Queensland Training Awards 2014 Sponsors

Australian Training Awards

The Australian Training Awards are the peak national awards for vocational education and training, recognising organisations, training providers and individuals for their contribution to skilling Australia. The Australian Training Awards bring together winners from each state and territory to vie for national recognition each year.

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