TRACQS is a leading Community Development Program (CDP) provider that delivers quality pre and post-employment and training services to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians across the Western Tablelands of Far North Queensland.

We acknowledge and embrace the diversity the region provides with its major labour markets ranging from harvest trails to tourism. Along with cultural considerations, this diversity requires a multi-faceted team approach to ensure that employment and business opportunities are identified and created.

We believe in providing meaningful training and finding fulfilling jobs to help empower communities to achieve their potential.

Community Development Program

We provide a tailored program based on the needs of each participant. We understand the difficulty of finding work in communities, which is why our team takes an engaging approach to finding work-like experience for our participants.

TRACQS is bringing local experience and knowledge to deliver the Community Development Program (CDP) proudly supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA)

Latest News

October 21, 2021

Custom Culture activity turning creativity into career prospects

TRACQS’ Custom Culture studio is a place where participants take their artistic endeavours and apply them to real-life job prospects.

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October 4, 2021

TRACQS team eases burden for local Indigenous families through coffin building

For the Community Development Program (CDP) team at TRACQS, their innovation came from wanting to meet a community need through unfortunate circumstances.

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September 17, 2021

Kuranda Youth Theatre Project leads to collaboration, confidence, and community engagement

As part of our services for the Community Development Program (CDP), participants collaborated with Jute Theatre Company, Youth Link, and Kuranda Neighbourhood Centre to workshop and develop a performance piece entitled “TORN”.

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We deliver services
in over 20 regional and remote communities
across Far North Queensland

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