Our partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games is an investment in our capability, our students, our staff, industry, and the broader Queensland community. As the Training Partner for the Games, TAFE Queensland will provide 15,000 volunteers with training and transferable skills to help shape the greatest Games in history.
As the Training Partner for the Games, TAFE Queensland will provide training to 15,000 Games volunteers. More than 360,000 hours of training will be delivered across five key pillars: Train the Trainer, Role Specific Training, Event Leadership Training, Venue Specific Training, and the Workforce Orientation Weekend (WOW). These pillars demonstrate connected, technology enabled learning solutions, that meets GOLDOC’s objectives of delivering the most innovative and sustainable Games yet.Learn more
With more than 135 years of experience, TAFE Queensland is proud to be the training team behind GC2018. To represent Australia at the Games, every athlete knows they need to commit to a training program designed to build endurance, skills, motivation, ambition and confidence. That’s something we deliver to more than 120,000 students every year.Team updates
As Presenting Partner GC2018 Basketball, TAFE Queensland is proud to be part of the action. As a state-wide organisation we can’t wait to help spread the excitement into every corner of Queensland. We’ll be cheering on the teams at the Games as they showcase their skills to the world.Learn more
Find out how we managed to train 15,000 individuals in time for the Games.
Sian Woods wants to be the volunteer someone remembers and make someone’s day better. She talks about how her training gave her the skills and confidence to make a great Games for athletes and spectators alike.
Caitlin Bassett (CBass) sits down to tell us why it’s so important to undertake training for the Games.
Gen Lacaze talks about how she overcame serious injury to be fit to compete at the Games and how volunteers are her support network out on the track.
Ellia Green talks about how she realised her dream of representing Australia and how important volunteers are to each athlete competing at the Games.