Construction Skills Queensland

Supporting Queensland's construction industry.

Learn more about CSQ.

Supporting Queensland's construction industry.

Learn more about CSQ.

Who is CSQ and how can you help me?

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) is an independent industry-funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices and career seekers in the building and construction industry.

CSQ can help you connect with the skills and training you need. We know how important it is to invest in your skills, so it’s our mission to make it easier for you by:

01 Subsidising your training costs

02 Connecting you with RTOs

03 Providing industry research and information

Invest in your skills.
They’re your best tools.

CSQ is funded by an industry training levy. Put simply, CSQ receives a small a percentage of the costs of every construction project over a certain size. This money is then used to subsidise your training.

There are three programs on offer to help build your career: Higher Level Skills, Skills Assessment & Gap Training, and Short Courses.

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Apprentice Annual

CSQ’s annual review of the top trends, outcomes and analysis from Queensland’s construction apprentices. The report explores the construction apprentice pipeline including demographical, trade and regional profiling.

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Annual Training Plan

Learn more about our programs and funding priorities for skills investment and service delivery for our funding year 2018-19. The ATP is produced following extensive consultation with industry, government and other stakeholders.

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Make the most out of our
subsidised training courses.

Use our Course Finder to get more information about the course you’re interested in. You can also find out how much of your course will be subsidised by CSQ and which RTOs provide training in your area.

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Industry Partners

Knowledge centre.

CSQ aims to underpin the future prosperity of building and construction in Queensland. The core programs focus on attracting, developing and retaining new entrants as well as improving the skills of existing workers.

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