More than 800 Bundaberg Region apprentices and trainees started vocational training within the last financial year following a record $1 billion investment in training and skills.
The State Government investment is paying off, with people in Bundaberg getting the qualifications they need for the jobs of the future.
Minister for Training and Skills Development Di Farmer said ‘RE-THINK’, the theme of this year’s National Skills Week, encouraged Queenslanders to take a good look at the many and varied careers available through vocational training.
“Wherever you are in Queensland, you deserve the opportunity to get world class training to help you get the right job,” Minister Farmer said.
Member for Bundaberg, Tom Smith, said the government was supporting young people in Bundaberg with free training.
“We have free…