The Department of Education, Training and the Arts integrates high-quality learning experiences with a world-class arts culture that enriches all our lives and allows us to celebrate the unique cultural identity of Queensland.
The department's Annual Report plays an important role in fulfilling the department's commitment to accountability and transparency. The report showcases the exceptional work and commitment of over 80,000 staff and volunteers in delivering high-quality education, training and arts services. It provides the reader with comprehensive information on our performance against our strategic directions, our diverse and dynamic organisational culture, how we are meeting challenges affecting all Queenslanders, future trends and development opportunities, and our financial position for 2007-08.
Annual Report 2007-08 (new window) 14M
Cover and contents page (new window) 2.0M
Director-General's Message (new window) 841K
Who We Are (new window) 1.3M
Quality Education and Training (new window) 2.5M
Economic, Social and Environmental Wellbeing (new window) 1.9M
Arts and Culture (new window) 2.1M
Indigenous Learning and Arts (new window) 1.7M
Governance in Action (new window) 1.5M
Workforce Capability (new window) 1.4M
Organisational Capability (new window) 1.2M
Shared Service Providers (new window) 1.0M
Chief Financial Officer's Review (new window) 685K
Financial statements - Department of Education, Training and the Arts (new window) 1.3M
Financial statements - Corporate and Professional Services (new window) 891K
Financial statements - Corporate Administration Agency (new window) 902K
Appendices and last pages (new window) 1.3M
Grants to non-government bodies (new window) 1.2M
Legislative compliance checklist (new window) 739K
Disclaimer regarding Financial Statements: The materials presented on this site are provided by the Queensland Government for information purposes only. Users should note that the electronic versions of the financial statements on this site are not recognised as the official authorised version. The electronic versions are provided solely on the basis that users will take responsibility for verifying their accuracy, completeness and currency. Although considerable resources are used to prepare and maintain the electronic versions, the Queensland Government accepts no liability for any loss or damage that may be incurred by any person acting in reliance on the electronic versions.
This page was last reviewed on 09 Sep 2010