|10785NAT Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership||Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC)||
The Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership is an introduction to leadership models and styles and how these impact on the community, with a key focus on developing personal, professional and community leadership.
|Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management Training Workshops||Aboriginal Victoria, Department of Premier and Cabinet||
This 3-day workshop provides unaccredited training in Aboriginal cultural heritage management. This training workshop provides essential practical skills and builds on the community's existing knowledge base.
|Culture, Caring for Country, Heritage|
|Aboriginal Services||Training Services NSW||
Training Services NSW has created the Aboriginal Initiatives unit to manage a number of programs. These programs focus on providing workplace mentoring, improving access to employment and training and creating business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
|Employment, Business, Commercial development, Education, Training|
|Academic Leaders||Cape York Leaders Program||
The Academic Leaders phase offers scholarships and support to assist talented Indigenous students enter credible academic institutions and graduate with a standard of excellence.
|Leadership, Youth, Education|
|Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management||Victorian Skills Gateway||
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply specialised knowledge and skills, together with experience in leadership and management, across a range of enterprise and industry contexts. Individuals at this level use initiative and judgement to plan and implement a range of leadership and management functions, with accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters.
|Community, Leadership, Bookkeeping, Finance, Business|
|An individualised learning experience for accomplished directors||Australian Institute for Company Directors||
Boardroom Mastery is a challenging, transformative experience for those who already have a deep understanding of governance, director roles and boardroom responsibilities.
|Leadership, Governance, Capacity building, Commercial development|
|Asking the Right Questions||Northern Territory Council of Social Service||
Perhaps you have questions about your fundraising, gaps in your services or how to gather more accurate information about the people you serve – but how can these be framed in such a way that they can be effectively answered by data?
|Governance, Finance, Bookkeeping, Database|
|Australian Institute of Company Directors Courses (AICD)||Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD)||
AICD offers a range of courses designed for the professional development of company directors. Courses topics such as governance, finance and strategy and risks and are of varying lengths, including short intensive courses, residential courses, webinars and e-learning options.
|Directors, Database, Governance, Finance, Strategic planning|
|Batchelor Institute courses||Batchelor Institute||
Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, in partnership with Charles Darwin University (CDU), has offered the following courses in Applied Social Science: Diploma of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Knowledges (YATSI1); Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy (BATSIA); Associate Degree of Applied Social Science (XASSO1), Bachelor of Applied Social Science (WASSO1).
|Database, Culture, Leadership, Arts, Education|
|BSB41915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)||National Careers Institute||
This qualification is suitable for individuals working as board members, contact officers and senior staff within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. It also applies to public servants working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander boards of governance.
|Governance, Business, Finance|
|Business and Administration||TAFE SA||
This qualification can provide skills that will enable you to provide support for the effective functioning of a business in a range of industry areas.
|Business, Education, Government, Governance|
|Business Essentials: Knowing your financials and your customer||Indigenous Business Australia||
IBA offers an online learning course to assist Indigenous entrepreneurs to progress their ideas for business at their own pace. All the materials are provided via IBA’s online Learning Place platform, so participants can easily access them from anywhere with internet access.
|Commercial development, Business, Capacity building|
|Business SA||Business SA||
Business SA offers courses to promote and enhance organisational capacity and personal capacities in the business world.
|Business Services - Business Certificate IV||Training Services NSW||
This qualification is suited to those working as administrators and project officers. In this role, individuals use well developed skills and a broad knowledge base to apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems and analyse information from a variety of sources.
|Employment, Commercial development, Business, Capacity building, Education|
|Business Webinars||ATO, AWO, ACCC||
Need help on managing your business, or want to get training? There are a number of free and low-cost webinars, events and online training packages available to help you.
Various federal and state government agencies and departments run training for small businesses. These are run by professionals working in the relevant fields. These workshops and webinars cover topics related to tax, record keeping and advertising.
|Business, Government, Finance, Tax|
|Canberra Institute of Technology Courses||Canberra Institute of Technology||
CIT provides a range of training courses at various levels covering a wide range of topics including:
The Yurauna Centre is a dedicated Indigenous student support centre at CIT.
|Land and sea management, EPBC Act (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation), Business|
|Cape York Leaders Program||Cape York Partnership||
The Cape York Leaders Program supports the development of current and future Cape York leaders. The four phases of the Cape York Leaders Program are: academic, youth, skilling and excelling leaders.
|Leadership, Youth, Education|
|Cert II General Education for Adults||Canberra Institute of Technology||
In this program you will develop your language, numeracy, digital and learning skills to participate more fully in everyday life, further learning and work.
|Cert II Skills for work and vocational pathways||CIT Solutions||
This course is for students who want to return to the workforce or study, increase their skill in workplace communication or are looking to change careers and would like to develop a career plan.
|Cert III Community Services||CIT Solutions||
This program is designed for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people either wishing to enter or already working in the community services sector.
|Education, Heritage, Community, Community development|