TQ

(redirected from Trade Qualification)
AcronymDefinition
TQThank You
TQTorque
TQTe Quiero (I Love You)
TQTitan Quest (computer game)
TQTorquay (postcode, United Kingdom)
TQTourism Queensland (Australia)
TQTotal Quality
TQTop Qualifier
TQThreshold Quantity
TQThrottle Quadrant
TQTax Qualified (as in TQ retirement plans)
TQTechnical Quality (FQ-TQ methodology; one static quality model for software)
TQTélé-Québec (French channel)
TQTransition Quarter
TQTrade Qualification
TQTransmission Quality
TQTrack Quality
TQTechnical Query
TQTransient Quarters
TQTeam Quarl (sports team)
TQTransport Quartermaster
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The article begins by exploring why the expansion of permanent immigration from former overseas students with trade qualifications will be primarily amongst cooks and hairdressers.
Those who complete the training will have a trade qualification in addition to work experience and new skills.
According to trade qualification body City & Guilds, demand for their skills will help these workers earn up to 30 per cent more than the national average.
It is important we give apprentices the best chance to complete their trade qualification. The Turnbull Government is committed to supporting apprentices, Senator Ryan said.
"This includes the chance to become time-served craftsmen and achieve the industry's most advanced trade qualification."
Front of House Apprenticeships:An industry-led initiative designed to create exemplary food and beverage specialists with a recognised trade qualification for this profession within the hospitality industry.
The Trade Up program will open up the life-changing opportunity of a trade qualification for up to 40 of our Aboriginal employees every year.
It has also given many adult workers the chance to gain a trade qualification that they thought had passed them by.
Apprentices are also offered training to become company Construction Ambassadors , working with schools and youth centres to inform young people about the routes into the construction and maintenance industry and help them to understand the benefits of having a trade qualification.
With an electrical trade qualification and experience working within a hazardous area, you will also hold an assessor qualification or equivalent.
I chose the Royal Navy to travel the world first then get a trade qualification. My time at sea was spent abroad in places I would never be able to afford to visit at that age and I qualified as a weapons engineer (although they called them artificers in those days) and for a while I was set on a path in electronic engineering, but my heart wasn't in it.
The training will get you qualified up to Level 3, leading to a professional trade qualification and potential future employment.