Time is running out to nominate for the 2017 Queensland Training Awards, with the closing date of March 31 fast approaching.
Training and Skills Minister Yvette D’Ath urged Queenslanders to enter for a chance to be recognised for their contribution to the state's vocational education and training sector.
“Don’t miss the chance to be rewarded for your training success,” Mrs D’Ath said. “The awards are the biggest and longest running training sector awards in the state.”
“They provide individuals and organisations with a unique opportunity to showcase their achievements, best practice and innovation in training.
”The awards give Queenslanders the opportunity to show how much quality training is valued, what it means to people and how it touches so many lives,” Mrs D’Ath said.