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Future skills get a boost

A $45 million Queensland government pre-election commitment to a future skills program to encourage closer partnerships between high schools and industry-related job opportunities has been welcomed by industry.

Queensland has put $45 million to boost industry skills.

Queensland has put $45 million to boost industry skills.

Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane said the government had already been a vital partner in its 80-strong Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy under the Gateway to Industry Schools...

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