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The Department of Employment, Small Business and Training

Agency Profile

The department’s purpose is to build Queensland’s future workforce through connecting all Queenslanders to learning opportunities, quality training, employment opportunities and by helping small businesses to start and thrive.

Service areas

The Department of Employment, Small Business and Training will deliver the following services in 2023-24.

  • Connecting and supporting Queenslanders with employment programs and services To increase employment opportunities for all Queenslanders, in particular disadvantaged cohorts, in partnership with industry, employers and communities through the delivery of targeted employment support programs.
  • Connecting Queensland small businesses to grants and support programs
    To ensure small businesses can seamlessly interact with government and are supported to start, grow, and thrive.
  • Connecting Queenslanders to training and skills programs and initiatives
    To regulate Queensland apprenticeships and traineeships and facilitate access to and participation in vocational education and training pathways, enabling Queenslanders to gain employment in current and future industries.

 

Role and resources

The department’s vision is for safe and empowered communities, where skilled Queenslanders and vibrant small businesses grow Queensland’s economy.

In 2023-2024 the department is working towards its objectives to:

  • prepare Queensland’s workforce for the demands of current and future industries
  • help small businesses to start, grow and thrive
  • connect people to quality training and skills.

 

2023-24 portfolio budget

•         Full-time equivalent employees 591[1]

•         2023-2024 Department Budget[2]

o   Capital purchases: $86 million

o   Income – Controlled: $1.35  billion

o   Expenses – Controlled: $1.35 billion

 

Ministerial Charter Letter

The Ministerial Charter Letter will be available to candidates in the candidate briefing pack.

[1] Staffing sourced from Service Delivery Statements 2023-24 Department of Youth Justice, Employment, Small Business and Training and represents only Employment, Small Business and Training

[2] Data sourced from Service Delivery Statements 2023-24 Department of Youth Justice, Employment, Small Business and Training and include Youth Justice and represents only Employment, Small Business and Training.


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