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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Queensland is set to be at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in Australia by 2030. Key international companies are investing in Queensland hydrogen projects, with significant industry activity either proposed or under development from South East Queensland up to Cape York. 

The Queensland Government is working with industry, skills and training providers, universities and regional bodies to look ahead, anticipate the skills needs of the hydrogen industry and plan a path to supporting a hydrogen ready workforce. From tradespeople and construction workers through to project managers and engineers with higher education qualifications, the workforce needs of the hydrogen industry will be diverse and involve a broad range of skills and training pathways.

The Hydrogen Industry Workforce Development Roadmap 2022-2032 sets a path to achieving a clear vision: This Roadmap identifies a range of short, medium and long term actions to deliver on this vision, focused on: • Building a pipeline of skilled, adaptable workers for the hydrogen industry • Sharing knowledge to support hydrogen skills, training and safety • Maximising the benefits of hydrogen for communities through a local approach to skills, training and workforce development • Using data insights to plan for industry workforce needs over time.

This Roadmap builds on the outcomes of the 2022 Queensland Workforce Summit, and advances the Queensland Government’s Objectives for the Community, including good jobs, the delivery of better services and support for the Queensland lifestyle.


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