Kuranda resident Claudette’s confidence is soaring, thanks to taking a chance on a computer skills course.

As part of our services for the Community Development Program (CDP), Claudette was connected with the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program with TAFE Queensland, where she is undertaking a Certificate I in Business.

Thanks to consistent attendance and a drive to learn, Claudette has developed skills in online learning, Zoom, and other platforms which opens up opportunities for remote students like her to learn from home.

“I didn’t know anything about computers until I joined TAFE doing Certificate I in Business,” Claudette shared. On the last day of her class, Claudette consolidated and uploaded files and typed and pasted activities she had learned into an online presentation, which she was thrilled to share with family and friends.

“Claudette’s newfound confidence on the computer brings her real joy and makes my job a pleasure,” said her TAFE teacher Bee.

“Her consistent attendance and dedication is a big factor in the level of skills she has developed since joining the SEE program.”

TRACQS would like to congratulate Claudette on her achievements and wish her every success in the future.

About the Community Development Program (CDP)

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.