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When can I join TRACER?

Before you can work as a replacement teacher in Queensland State Schools and start managing your TRACER account, you must have an active application with the department.

How do I join TRACER?

From 12 August 2014, all applicants that are accepted to work for the department and have indicated an interest in temporary and/or casual teaching will be automatically registered with TRACER (i.e. you no longer need to apply separately).

When your application becomes active, you will receive an email notification from TRACER (to the address nominated on your application for teacher employment) asking you to confirm activation of your TRACER account and set a password.

Note that graduates will not be considered for teaching work until QCT registration has been approved. Any existing permanent teachers engaging with TRACER do not require an active application.

How do I join TRACER if my application became active before 12 August 2014?

Accepted applicants (notified by the Teacher Applicant Centre prior to 12 August 2014) wishing to retrospectively register with TRACER, can submit an application online.

Once your application is checked, processed and approved by TRACER, you will become available for replacement teaching and receive an email notification. Follow the steps contained in the email to confirm the activation of your account and set a password.

If you experience any problems with your online application or MyHR Recruitment account, please email TRACER for assistance.

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