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Gateway to Industry Tourism and Hospitality

Empowering young people to make informed choices about their future, the Gateway to Industry Schools program builds bridges between school and work.

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Tourism contributes $12.8 Billion directly to Queensland’s economy and a further $12.5 billion indirectly.

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Queensland's tourism and hospitality industry employs 1 in every 12 Queenslanders.

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Over 25.6 million domestic and international overnight visitors come to Queensland each year.

Become a Gateway School

The program builds partnerships between schools and industry to enable young people to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attributes to participate effectively in the Queensland economy and provides opportunities for industry and the education sector to work together to deliver outcomes for students, local communities, and businesses.

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Take our Tourism & Hospitality Career Quiz

Are you a Teacher, Student or Parent? We have something to help guide, inspire or assist you in navigating your career journey within the Tourism and Hospitality industry! Try our career quiz for inspiration.

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Teacher Resources

Gateway school members can access a full library of our Australian training resources. Members can use tailor made training videos that compliment classroom units for Hospitality & Tourism. Along with printable teaching resources, important industry links and presentations all of which will support you when in the classroom.

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Career Pathways

Working in the hospitality and tourism sector has lots of advantages for people with the right attitude and abilities. There are lots of flexible pathways available to help you build a career and work towards higher skilled jobs in the field of Tourism & Hospitality. Learn more about it here.

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