Industry Development - Training
The 2016 QTIC Tourism and Hospitality Career Guide has been developed to showcase occupations required to deliver services associated with the tourism and hospitality sectors.
QTIC, in partnership with the Management Institute of Australia, have designed the ‘Ni Hao – China’ program. The program has been tailored to support businesses in the tourism and hospitality sectors as they move towards engaging more successfully with ever increasing numbers of Chinese travellers.
QTIC Industry Development is the industry intelligence provider for Queensland's tourism, hospitality and the arts. QTIC is Queensland's lead agency in addressing workforce challenges, guiding government policy and influencing public funding for training.
The Registered Trade Skills Pathway (RTSP) enables current casual cooks to up-skill and gain the SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery.
Jobs in Tourism and Hospitality - find out how to employ the best people or place an advertisement for your positions vacant.
QTIC is ‘Skilling Queenslanders for Work’ through our Tourism Training on Pathway Skills (TOPS) Program!
The QTIC Salute to Excellence Award provides an opportunity for Queensland state and non-state secondary schools to nominate their dedicated Years 11 & 12 students for tourism, cookery and food and beverage. The awards highlight the importance of promoting vocational education and training to secondary schools across the state.
The QTIC Tourism & Hospitality Best Practice Guide provides guidelines for Tourism Industry employers on how to recruit, train and create an engaged and motivated workforce.
From VET to traineeships through to apprenticeships QTIC can help advise on these areas.
QTIC is working to raise industry awareness of the ageing population and promote the benefits of older workers (45 years and above).
The tourism volunteering portal provides a central point for travellers, new and experienced volunteers to find out about upcoming volunteering opportunities in tourism destinations or their local tourism industry.