What is the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA)?

  • A virtual academy of 36 Queensland schools
  • 12 industry sponsors
  • Assists students with their understanding of, and exposure to, the resources sector and related career paths
  • A Queensland Government and Queensland Resources Council partnership

ABOUT QMEA

The QMEA is Australia’s largest and most successful industry/education schools partnership between the Queensland resources sector represented by the Queensland Resources Council and the Queensland government.

Through its school-industry partnerships the QMEA offers a range of programs and experiences to broaden students’ and teachers’ knowledge of the sector and provide a talent pipeline of employees into the resources sector and other related science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) industries.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • BMA Work Readiness Program, Moranbah 6 Feb – 17 March 
  • Expand your Mind, Moranbah, Thursday 2 March
  • International Women’s Day, Statewide events, Wednesday 8 March 
  • Pit to Port, Gladstone, Friday 10 March

To view all upcoming events, click here.
For more information please email info@qmea.org.au.

TO LEARN MORE

To find resources that support the teaching of minerals and energy, go to Oresome Resources

To find out more about the Queensland resources sector, go to Queensland Resources Council

To find out about the Queensland Government’s ‘Gateway to Industry Schools Program’, go to Gateway Schools

LATEST NEWS

QMEA ensures smooth transition from school to site for BMA apprentices

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QMEA top students kick-start careers in Brisbane

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Indigenous students learn work-ready job skills

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Gladstone students switch on to STEM

A lucky bunch of switched-on students from the local Gladstone area enjoyed a day of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) stimulation with a focus on automation in the resources sector. The Queensland Minerals and...