Reconciliation Action Plan 

This plan outlines our commitments from 2021-2023, further developing and adding to the strategies from our inaugural RAP that was launched in 2018.

We are very proud to deliver this plan as we move forward to focus on embedding new strategies that promote our commitment to reconciliation. TAFE Queensland plays an important role in improving the quality of life for First Nations peoples. We are committed to progressing reconciliation and pledge our accountability through the activation of our second RAP.

We acknowledge that this plan is still only the start of our journey towards supporting reconciliation, healing and respect for all Australians and we will work tirelessly to ensure its success.

During the next two years, we are committed to developing, implementing and measuring our commitments:

  • Relationships including an engagement strategy to work closely and in partnership with First Nations communities to ensure our training is relevant and provides skills that will lead to genuine employment opportunities. 
  • Respect with the development of a Cultural Capability Framework that will embed learnings for staff and students; Intellectual Property Guiding Principles, a Cultural Protocols Guide and a staff award that recognises outstanding staff who have demonstrated a commitment to reconciliation.
  • Opportunities by finalising our employment and education strategies, reviewing our Procurement Policy and increasing scholarship opportunities.


Download the 2018-2020 RAP Download the 2021-2023 RAP