More help to skill Ipswich jobseekers

COMMUNITIES in Ipswich will have access to training opportunities that boost their job prospects with the second funding round of the Skilling Queenslanders for Work program.

Member for Ipswich Jennifer Howard said 321 people from the local area would be supported into training through $2,399,200 granted to nine community-based not-for-profit organisations.

Mrs Howard said the funding would support jobseekers to boost their skills with quality training opportunities improving their employment prospects.

Ipswich West MP Jim Madden said 15 people would be supported into hospitality training through $53,500 granted to the Increasing Options Program hosted by ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service.



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