TRACQS is bringing local experience and knowledge to deliver the Community Development Program (CDP) proudly supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA).
CDP is an employment program for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in regional, rural and remote Australia to achieve sustainable employment outcomes by strengthening skills, addressing barriers and contributing to their communities through a range of flexible work-like activities.
Our aim is to prepare participants for work so they can contribute to the wider goals of the communities we operate in.
The benefits of the CDP are two-fold; firstly, through developing participants’ employability, and secondly through the contribution they make to their community – providing local solutions, addressing issues and helping to realise goals and aspirations.
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.
We take into consideration their job-readiness and we understand, identify and assist in addressing non-vocational barriers such as drug and alcohol issues, housing and personal issues, as well as literacy and numeracy concerns through TRACQS itself or external social service providers.
We deliver services in the following communities across Far North Queensland
- Mount Surprise
- Paddy’s Creek
- Mount Molloy
- Mount Carbine