Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union


Creating Manufacturing Skills Queensland

A centre of excellence in the delivery of world-class skills and training in a manufacturing led COVID-19 economic recovery.

Working together with the Palaszczuk Government we’ve delivered. Queensland will establish a centre of excellence for manufacturing skills development.

Manufacturing Skills Queensland will invest in programs that directly support the growth and development of the skills base of the Queensland manufacturing industry, increased capacity and stronger local supply chains.

Together, let’s drive world-class skills, for a world-class manufacturing industry.


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Jun 06, 2024

Tassie dairy workers call for Canadian intervention as stoush over mainland wage disparity continues

Tasmanian trade unions are appealing to the head of Canadian cheese manufacturer Saputo Dairy to...

Jun 05, 2024

Sydney rail manufacturing investment is a win for workers

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) supports the announcement regarding critical upgrades to the Tangara...

May 28, 2024

Tasmanian dairy workers halts cheese production as calls for mainland wages left unanswered

Saputo Dairy’s Burnie factory in North-West Tasmania is facing significant production problems this morning, after...