The Queensland Water Skills Partnership was created in 2011 as a new industry-led initiative to address critical skills needs facing the urban water industry in Queensland.
There are currently 51 subscribers to the Queensland Water Skills Partnership for 2022-2023.
Water Skills Partnership members and non-members can subscribe to receive Skills eFlashes, although some document links in eFlashes are available only to members.
The Skills Toolbox contains information on attraction, retention, funding support, training and education and the Fundamentals Webinars.
A dedicated careers website to promote careers in the industry. (Please note this links to an external website.)
Workforce Composition Snapshot Reports, fact sheets, position descriptions and other resources.