Queensland ICT Workforce Plan 2019-2022


Help grow Queensland’s ICT Skills

We’d like to hear your feedback and ideas on the best ways to grow and retain the state’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) workforce.

ICT underpins all Queensland industries, and can help drive economic and employment growth in Queensland.

Successive independent reports identify that Queensland is facing an ICT skills shortage with many businesses and industries struggling to find suitably skilled staff.

Without an appropriately sized or skilled ICT workforce, Queensland will not be in a position to achieve its Advancing Queensland priorities.

The Queensland Government acknowledges that it must partner with industry and the education sector to support the development of the ICT workforce.  

In response, a Consultation Draft Queensland ICT Workforce Plan 2019-2022 has been developed which aims to support ICT skills, training, networking opportunities and professional development for Queenslanders to boost jobs and career pathways.

Your feedback is important and will contribute to the development of the plan and its priorities over the next 3 years.

So please take the time to share your views on the Consultation Draft ICT Workforce Plan 2019-2022.

The consultation closes on 6 December 2019 at 5pm AEST. 

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