Transport and Logistics Industry Connect
TLI Connect—About us
The TLI (Transport and Logistics Industry) Connect team within the department assists employers through government and industry partnerships, to retain existing employees, attract new employees and identify skilling opportunities.
TLI Connect is guided by the Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Committee (TLWAC), a group of representatives from industry associations, industry organisations and the department.
The transport and logistics industry is a key enabler to the growth of Queensland's economy. It supports the movement of people and freight, underpinning the state's economic growth.
We recognise that working with, listening to and supporting people in industry is vital—as an available, highly skilled workforce is essential to deliver on Queensland's transport potential.
Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Strategy and Action Plan
The Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Strategy and Action Plan 2021–2024 aims to ensure a skilled, sustainable and supported workforce into the future.
Informed by the workforce challenges identified in the Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Current and Future Trends Report, 9 key strategy areas were determined by TLWAC as being the highest priority for industry over the next 5 years:
- Strategy 1: Promoting the attractiveness of the transport and logistics industry
- Strategy 2: Education and training reflecting changing capability needs
- Strategy 3: Addressing the ageing workforce
- Strategy 4: Improving the gender composition
- Strategy 5: Growing the labour market for the logistics industry
- Strategy 6: Ensuring a sustainable road transport workforce
- Strategy 7: Publishing Queensland transport and logistics industry workforce data
- Strategy 8: Transition planning for sectors impacted by digital disruption and automation
- Strategy 9: Re-training packages for those in declining occupations
TLI Connect and TLWAC will work with industry operators, industry associations and other government organisations to deliver on these strategies.
Contact us to find out how you can be involved.
Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Marketing Strategy 2022–2024
In response to Strategy 1: Promoting the attractiveness of the transport and logistics industry, a workforce marketing strategy has been co-developed with industry. The Queensland Transport and Logistics Workforce Marketing Strategy 2022–2024 and one-page version sets out ways to inspire young people and all job seekers to choose a career in transport and logistics.
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