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Online training for small business

If your business has been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you can access a free online library of course tailored to small business.

Course areas include:

  • Foundation business skills
  • Leading a successful business
  • Connecting businesses and customers
  • Adaption and digital skills.

The online training is being provided through GO1 and its online learning platform, in partnership with the Queensland Government, to support you and your employees recover from COVID-19 and enable future growth.

Access is free to Queensland small businesses. Registration is required, including details to verify your business.

Before you access the GO1 hub, you should carefully review the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training's disclaimer below, outlining the terms of access to, and the use of, the GO1 hub and its content, which is owned and operated by a third party provider (GO1). Your access to, and use of, the GO1 hub is subject to the terms of this disclaimer in addition to GO1's terms of use. By registering, and by continuing to access and use the GO1 hub, you agree you have read and understood the terms of the disclaimer.

Disclaimer
GO1 online training portal - Queensland Small Business Skills hub

Establishment of the Queensland Small Business Skills hub is being facilitated by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) via the GO1 Queensland Small Business Skills hub (GO1 Hub) on the terms outlined below. The GO1 Hub provides users access to a library of online training courses.

Users are advised that:

  • the Department does not, by any act or omission (including facilitating the establishment of the GO1 Hub), own or endorse the content of the GO1 Hub or the online training courses, accreditation or certification made available by the GO1 Hub
  • the Department does not provide any representations, statements or assurance to users (including their officers, employees, agents, related entities, contractors or suppliers) as to the GO1 Hub, including the availability, accessibility, suitability, completeness or accuracy of the online training courses, accreditation or certification made available by the GO1 Hub. It is the responsibility of each user to review and fully satisfy themselves as to these matters and whether the GO1 Hub is suitable for their particular circumstances, needs or purposes
  • access to, and use of, the GO1 Hub requires registration with the GO1 Hub and compliance with the GO1 Terms of Use. It is the responsibility of each user to review and fully satisfy themselves as to the GO1 Terms of Use before agreeing to be bound by them and accessing and using the GO1 Hub. The Department recommends users seek independent advice from a qualified professional regarding the GO1 Terms of Use and its implications for each user.

In consideration of the Department's facilitation of the GO1 Hub and a user accessing the GO1 Hub, the user agrees that the Department has no responsibility or liability of any kind whatsoever (including in tort, in contract, under statute or otherwise) to the user howsoever arising, now or in the future, in connection with:

  • the user's access to or use of the GO1 Hub, compliance (or failure to comply) with the GO1 Terms of Use and any reliance by the user (including its officers, employees, agents, related entities, contractors or suppliers) on any of the GO1 Hub online training courses, accreditations or certifications
  • the matters for which the user is to satisfy itself, as outlined above
  • the acts or omissions (including statements or representations) of GO1 and any of its officers, employees, agents, related entities, contractors or suppliers.

Access the GO1 Queensland Small Business Skills Hub

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  • Find information on business recovery to help you reopen and grow your business as COVID-19 business restrictions ease.