ETC staff involved in RAP

ETC’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

As a not-for-profit community organisation, ETC prides itself on giving back. All surplus generated from ETC’s operations are reinvested back into the communities and back into the company. It’s just one of the many ways ETC helps to create a positive future for the communities in which we operate.

As a leading provider of employment, training and business services, ETC has many existing and sustainable relationships with peak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service providers like Aboriginal Lands Councils and Aboriginal Medical Services throughout NSW and is slowly building stronger relationships within QLD’s Gold Coast region. ETC is proud to have a strong reputation on the East Coast of NSW through investing in programs which have resulted in positive training and employment outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

ETC will deliver a sustainable RAP with plans to explore all avenues of facilitating genuine conversations between the Employment, Training and Business Solutions sectorsand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. ETC believes these actions will contribute to improving Reconciliation with all Australians through our regions, while also contributing to ‘Closing the Gap’ by assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to become employable and job ready.

To find out more about what a RAP is visit

View ETC’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Online

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