Aerospace Gateway Schools program
The Aerospace Gateway to Industry Schools program was established to support the growth and development of an effective workforce for the aviation industry sector. This program provides opportunities for young people to undertake structured workplace learning, school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, full-time employment and further study through industry-school partnerships and has proven essential in meeting the Queensland Government’s aim of transitioning young people from school to work while completing school and gaining formal qualifications.
The program currently involves a total of 16* Queensland secondary schools (government and non-government), with 300 students throughout Queensland studying Aerospace studies and over 30 industry partners, local aerospace entities, training institutions and universities, creating pathways for students into Queensland’s aerospace industry.
|Atherton State High School*||Lockyer District State High School^|
|Aviation High School*||Miami State High School*|
|Balmoral State High School*||Mueller College*|
|Brisbane State High School^||Noosa District State High School*|
|Calamvale Community College*||Springwood State High School*|
|Cairns State High School*||St Patrick's College (Mackay)*|
|Indooroopilly State High School*||Townsville State High School*|
|Iona College*||Oakey State High School*|
* These schools currently offer Aerospace Studies as an elective.
^ an aviation hub school
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Project Manager Aerospace Gateway Schools
Phone: (07) 3860 0903