|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).
|NT||Database, Culture, Leadership, Arts, Education|
|Business Services - Business Certificate IV||National Careers Institute||
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.
|All||Employment, Commercial development, Business, Capacity building, 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||Canberra Institute of Technology||
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||Canberra Institute of Technology||
This program is designed for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people either wishing to enter or already working in the community services sector.
|ACT||Education, Heritage, Community, Community development|
|Cert IV Community Development||Canberra Institute of Technology||
This program is designed for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people either wishing to enter or already working in the area of community development.
|ACT||Community, Heritage, Education|
|Certificate III in Community Services||Batchelor Institute||
This qualification reflects the role of entry level community services workers who support individuals through the provision of person-centred services.
|NT||Leadership, Education, Arts|
|Charles Darwin University Courses||Charles Darwin University||
Charles Darwin University (CDU) offers Vocational Education and Training and higher education. CDU has an Indigenous Alternative Entry Program for Indigenous students, who do not meet the entry requirements for an undergraduate degree.
|Diploma of Business Studies||Charles Darwin University||
The Diploma of Business Studies is designed to reflect general business degree course objectives and build towards the graduate attributes of Charles Darwin University. These attributes describe creative, flexible and socially responsible graduates who are able to acquire, understand and apply concepts and knowledge with a high level of skills in communication, leadership and team work.
|NT||Education, Business, Arts, Community|
|Diploma of Community Coordination and Facilitation||RuralBiz Training||
This qualification reflects the role of personnel working in community coordination and facilitation, which focuses on fostering, promoting and supporting community development, particularly in rural communities that are engaged in land management activities. This course is delivered online.
|All||Community, Leadership, Arts|
|Diploma of Educational Studies||Charles Darwin University||
The Diploma of Educational Studies is a versatile one year qualification that provides you with opportunities to undertake a range of roles in diverse educational settings. Depending on state and territory requirements these include: supporting teachers in school age education (education aide, teacher's aide and assistant teacher) or working as an educator in out of school hours care services.
|NT||Education, Community development, Community, Communication|
|Indigenous Business Australia||Indigenous Business Australia||
IBA serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to enhance their business skills
|All||Database, Education, Community, Arts, Business|
|Introduction to Corporate Governance Workshop||Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations||
This workshop looks at corporate governance for members and directors of corporations. It provides an introduction to the key aspects of running a corporation and focuses on topics such as: finance and responsibilities of directors.
|ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, WA||Governance, Compliance, Finance, Bookkeeping|
|Native Title Operations & Management Training||National Native Title Council||
Native Title Operations and Management Training (NTOMT) is a FREE, one-of-its-kind workshop teaching Traditional Owners how to grow and leverage their PBCs as a business. NTOMT is organised by the National Native Title Council (NNTC), together with our partners at RMIT, AIATSIS and Melbourne Business School. The training is delivered by leading business, native title and marketing experts.
|All||Compliance, Business, Commercial development, Governance|
|Northern Territory Council of Social Service - Events and Training||NTCOSS||
The Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS) provides a calendar of training for community or not-for-profit sector organisations. The programs specifically include training in governance and financial management.
|NT||Finance, Education, Training, Business, Governance|
|Preparation for tertiary success||Batchelor Institute||
Students uncover the necessary dimensions of successful adult learning – such as confidence, resilience and the ability to learn new things.
|All||Governance, Business, Leadership, Education|
|Research training||Batchelor Institute||
Batchelor Institute Graduate School offers higher degree by research programs in Indigenous Perspectives, at the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master by Research levels.