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17 Aug 2016
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Skills IQ is the new not-for-profit, independent Skills Service Organisation replacing Service Skills Australia.

17 Aug 2016
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National Skills Week is a celebration of the diversity, benefits and career pathways associated with Vocational Education and Training.

15 Aug 2016
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Tickets are now on sale for the Queensland State Training Awards Gala Dinner, recognising best practice and innovation in training.

11 Aug 2016
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Queensland's personalised transport industry will be overhauled to drive more competition and choice for consumers.

27 Jul 2016
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The Hostplus Digital Member Card makes it easier than ever for employees to take their super with them wherever they go.

26 Jul 2016
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Tourism Research Australia has noted 2015 as ‘a remarkable year for tourism investment’.

22 Jul 2016
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Nine students have been recognised for their dedication to excellence in training at the 2016 Salute to Excellence Awards.

22 Jul 2016
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QTIC has partnered with the Queensland Government and industry operators to develop the 2016 QTIC Tourism and Hospitality Career Guide.

20 Jul 2016
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A record number of travellers passed through Brisbane Airport in FY16 with total passengers increasing by 2% to more than 22.4 million.

18 Jul 2016
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More than 30 tourism industry capability projects have been delivered to Queensland’s tourism operators as part of the Tourism Demand Driver...

18 Jul 2016
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The Queensland Government will invest $810.7 million in skills and training as set out in the 2016–17 Annual VET Investment Plan.

18 Jul 2016
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Licensed venues in Queensland are now operating under new laws as part of changes to the Tackling Alcohol-fuelled Violence Legislation...

18 Jul 2016
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Queensland is among three states to have formed a taskforce to identify options for phasing out plastic bag use.

18 Jul 2016
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QTIC was part of the AccorHotels QLD/NT Deadly Dayz Indigenous Staff Awards held during NAIDOC Week 2016.

15 Jul 2016
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Tourism Research Australia has released the Tourism Forecasts 2016, revealing a bright outlook for Australia's tourism industry.