Skills Training and Education

There are many pathways into the urban water industry ranging from short courses, vocational education and training, higher education, e-learning programs and qldwater's Water Industry Worker vocational training program.

Follow the links below to learn more about the available qualifications, training providers and scholarships.

Online Training

With such a dispersed workforce, the water industry relies more and more on e-learning as part of a blended learning approach.

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Vocational Education & Training

A list of Registered Training Organisations delivering the National Water Training Package.

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The Queensland Water Industry Foundation Skills Micro-Credentials provide basic knowledge about water treatment, wastewater treatment, network operations and SCADA.

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Compliance Training

Information on training related to working at heights, asbestos removal, confined space, hazardous chemicals and more.

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Short Courses

Information on short courses relevant to the water industry, including CCTV, Leak Detection, Sewer Relining, Cable Locating and Lab Skills.

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Regional Training

 qldwater through QWRAP supports providers in establishing regional training cohorts to reduce training costs and provide operators with the chance to build regional networks and experience alternative treatment and work processes.

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