SQW Application Details
One of the most common grants that our NGO clients are interested in applying for is the Skilling Queenslanders for Work grants. However, many of the grants that they have submitted have been rejected. These have been for many reasons (lack of targeting, an RTO that is too small or a budget that is too big and doesn't meet the departmental specifications).
These are not the easiest grants to prepare. Before you prepare your grant, please go through the following checklist.
After you have gone through this checklist, a GravisGovernment consultant will get in touch about your application.
If you can't answer some of these questions, we would recommend that you read the following links:
- Community Work Skills Guidelines
- Work Skills Traineeships Guidelines
- Get Set for Work Guidelines
- Ready for Work Guidelines
- Youth Skills Guidelines
We would also recommend that you should read the spreadsheets of what was approved in the last round. We would recommend that you apply with an RTO that has been a successful party to applications in the past. From our point of view, SME RTOs struggle to be successful unless they are smaller RTOs in regional centres.
- Community Work Skills 2016 approvals
- Work Skills Traineeships 2016 approvals
- Get Set for Work 2016 approvals
- Ready for Work 2016 approvals
- Youth Skills 2016 approvals
Once you can fill in the form with information that will be required, we will be able to bring together the applications itself. However, we need you as the applicant to have the budgets and partnerships together before the application process begins.
If you have any questions about how you should proceed, click below and send the team an email and a consultant will be in touch with you.