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Annual Reports

TAFE Queensland annual reports provide an overview of our activities, achievements and financial statements for the previous financial year.

TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2022-23

As the most experienced and largest training provider in the state, we deliver innovative training solutions for current, emerging and future industries. Our training gives people the skills they need to enrich their communities, support their industries and strengthen their local economies. For 140 years, TAFE Queensland has been delivering practical and industry-relevant training to provide students with the skills and experience they need to build lifelong careers..

You can also view the 2022-23 Annual Report via the Queensland Parliament website here.



Annual Report 2021-22

TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2021-22

As the largest provider of quality vocational education and training, TAFE Queensland actively contributed to the Queensland Government’s objectives through Unite and Recover during 2021-22.  From entry-level certificates and apprenticeships to bachelor’s degrees, TAFE Queensland delivered hands on, practical training to over 125,000 students annually, across more than 400 programs.


You can also view the 2021-22 Annual Report via the Queensland Parliament website here.

TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2020-21

During 2020-21 TAFE Queensland provided vital training to over 129,000 students. It was our privilege to continue to provide training throughout the pandemic, keeping students connected to their study, careers and futures.  The pandemic has proven the power of VET and highlighted the vital role TAFE plays within our industries and communities in Queensland.


You can also view the 2020-21 Annual Report via the Queensland Parliament website here.

TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2019-20

In the past year TAFE Queensland supported over 109,000 students to gain the skills needed to enter the workforce or to further their career or study ambitions. This was achieved alongside significant efforts to successfully gain re-registration as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and transition the business to remote learning during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2018-19

As the state’s premier provider of quality vocational education and training (VET), TAFE Queensland made a critical contribution this year to the Queensland Government’s objectives for Our Future State: Advancing Queensland’s Priorities, to create jobs in a strong economy.


TAFE Queensland Annual Report 2017-18

The past year has been an incredible year for our proud organisation, celebrating 135 years of delivering quality education and training services to our communities and industry partners both locally and nationally.


Publication scheme

TAFE Queensland's publication scheme describes and categorises information routinely available from the organisation. Find out more about who we are, our services, finances, how we make decisions, policies, procedures and other important data and resources.


The materials presented on this site are provided by the Queensland Government for information purposes only. Users should note that the electronic versions of the annual reports on this site are not recognised as the official or authorised version. The official copy of the annual report, as tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland , and annual reports older than three years can be accessed from the Queensland Parliament’s tabled papers website database.


TAFE Queensland will endeavor to make the annual report available on request. If you are unable to access this report electronically, please call TAFE Queensland by phone on +61 7 3514 3600 or via email at


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