|Indigenous Community Fellowships||University of Melbourne||
Indigenous community fellowship is aimed at Indigenous people working in community organisations who wish to undertake a research project and build their research capability.
|All||Capacity building, Indigenous knowledge, Training|
|Native Title Operations & Management Training||National Native Title Council||
Native Title Operations and Management Training is a free workshop teaching Traditional Owners how to grow and leverage their PBCs as a business.
|All||Business, Capacity building, Commercial development, Community development, Training|
|10785NAT Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership||Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC)||
The Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership is an introductory qualification in Indigenous Leadership.
|22452VIC Certificate IV in Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management||
The Certificate IV in Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management is a nationally accredited qualification which provides training in the skills and knowledge required to work in the cultural heritage industry. It also provides training to enable Registered Aboriginal Parties and other land managers to meet their cultural heritage management obligations under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006. La Trobe University, as a Registered Training Organisation (TOID 3899), delivers this course in partnership with Aboriginal Victoria (AV).
|10785NAT Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership||
The Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership is an introductory qualification in Indigenous Leadership that is intensively delivered in a blended style of learning to provide participants with the following general education outcomes: • A basic introduction to a range of Indigenous Leadership models and styles and how these impact on the community, with a key focus on developing personal, professional and community leadership. • Develop a general knowledge of Indigenous history and an exploration of Indigenous Leadership past and present. • Develop elementary skills and knowledge to integrate course leadership experiences into their personal life, workplaces and communities. • Develop a personal vision statement and a leadership development plan by developing leadership goals and the steps to implement it. • Build emerging leadership skills in a supportive environment. • Develop personal confidence and empowerment.
|10786NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership||
The Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership builds on current leadership knowledge, skills and abilities and further develops leadership practices. The qualification assists students to identify their own strengths to plan their leadership journeys and engage in using tools and skills to continue their leadership development.
The qualification therefore, provides graduates with the ability to seek and obtain leadership and/or management roles in a diverse range of industries. These industries include: government agencies; non-government agencies; business sectors; community organisations; and retail industries.