Public Sector

PSMP Scholarships for Queensland Government HR Practitioners in 2022

Helen Dogan, Student Representative speaker at Multi Faculty Farewell ceremony for outgoing VC, Prof Peter Coaldrake. December 2017.  Read Helen’s story here

The Queensland Government is committed to strengthening leadership capability across the sector. The highly regarded Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) provides aspiring public service leaders with knowledge and skills to successfully manage the business of government and positions them for future leadership opportunities.

The Public Service Commission (PSC) in partnership with QUT, have 11 partially funded scholarships on offer for the final intake into the PSMP for 2022. To support agencies in building HR Capability and enable responsiveness to strategic workforce challenges, this opportunity is being made available to eligible HR Practitioners from the 21 Queensland Government departments.

This scholarship opportunity is available for the
BNE-2203 (blended delivery, from 26 Sept 2022) cohort/commencement date only.

How to apply:

Agencies are encouraged to promote this scholarship opportunity to HR Practitioners and send manager-approved applications and supporting documentation directly to QUT at  Scholarships will be awarded to the first 11 eligible applications received. Applications must be received by QUT no later than 29 August 2022.

For scholarship enquiries, please contact Craig Hunter, Leadership and Learning, PSC: or (07) 3003 2838

QUT PSMP Program


Emma is a dynamic, experienced and respected executive leader with a highly regarded ability to develop, drive and support business outcomes. Emma has considerable experience as the state leader of member based, professional associations, providing her with an extensive background in working with individuals and organisations to maximise their investment in customised and open enrolment executive education programs. In her prior roles Emma managed a diverse portfolio of program delivery for government, corporate and not-for-profit clients throughout Queensland and New South Wales. Within the Graduate School of Business and QUTeX, Emma manages Government partnerships throughout Queensland in relation to leadership development; taking the time to understand the organisation’s workforce capability and provide solutions accordingly. Prior to joining QUT, Emma held the position of State Director at Governance Institute of Australia; with a focus on management of Governance Institute activities in Queensland to ensure that the strategic direction were executed and that superior quality services were provided to members, students and customers. Before that Emma was the State Executive Officer for the Financial Planning Association where she managed and administered the service delivery and business of the Financial Planning Association in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

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