|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.
|SA||Business, Education, Government, Governance|
|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|
|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.
|QLD||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||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 IV in Government Investigations||TAFE SA||
This course provides skills and knowledge for those working or seeking work in government investigations or regulatory compliance. Investigation processes including gathering and recording evidence and interview techniques will be taught with other skills essential to employment in the public sector including values and ethics.
|SA||Business, Education, Governance, Government, Compliance|
|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|
|Indigenous Mapping Workshop 2020 On Demand||Indigenous Mapping Workshop||
The IMW and its strategic partners are dedicated to the development and advancement of culturally appropriate and inclusive geospatial technologies for Indigenous leadership, agencies, and communities to support Indigenous rights and interests.
|All||Capacity building, Caring for Country, Land and water, Rangers / caring for country, Training|
|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|
|Microsoft Office Bundle: Intermediate||TAFE Queensland||
If you want to become more efficient and organised at work using Microsoft Word and Excel, TAFE Queensland have a course for this. Microsoft Office Bundle: Intermediate is designed to assist you in improving your expertise and developing your skills further by mastering the tools and features in the Microsoft Office programs.
|QLD||Bookkeeping, Capacity building, Business|
|Native title online training||Queensland Government||
The courses offered are the first of a series of online training materials that Queensland Government is developing to complement the native title work procedures and decision making tools.
|QLD||Native title claim, Native Title Act, Education|
|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|
|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.
|Small business workshops||ATO||
The workshops is covering a range of topics from record keeping and tax essentials through to employer obligation, taxable payments reporting and more.
|All||Governance, Finance, Bookkeeping|
|TAFE Queensland||TAFE Queensland||
Training courses at various levels covering a wide range of topics including:
Some courses are only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
|TAFE SA||TAFE SA||
TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of courses and flexible study options. TAFE SA also has an Aboriginal Access Centre that facilitates education, training and support for Aboriginal students across 17 sites of TAFE SA, including regional and remote South Australia.
|Understanding finances for corporations||Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations||
This workshop provides a basic introduction to understanding finances in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations. Topics include Directors responsibilities, Bookkeepers, accountants and auditors, Reading and understanding financial statements and budgeting.
|All||Finance, Funding, Tax, Bookkeeping|