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Medisim Trauma Care Workshop

NLC Rangers, Batchelor Institute Staff and Care flight instructors. On the 20th February, Batchelor institute hosted Care flights Medisim Trauma Care workshop. The 1-day training workshop focuses on how to respond to serious incidents causing multiple casualties. It is an extension to
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PTS Student Stories Chantae Jackson

Chantae Jackson, Cert III Sport & Rec, Cert III Fitness, PTS, B Nursing My name is Chantae and I’m from Cairns. I’ve just completed a Bachelor of Nursing and I am now doing my graduate program at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. During my graduate year I will be doing rotations
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Arrernte language custodians and teachers (left to right) Carol Turner Kngwarraye, Amelia Turner Kngwarraye (MC), Therese Ryder Perrurle, Margaret Turner Kemarre, Felicity Hayes Angale, Veronica Dobson Perrurle, Wyonna Palmer Peltharre make up a panel of speakers at the launch of the
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Honorary Doctorate awarded

Caption: Tinkerbee dancers, Graduands and in the middle Dr Rosalie Lynette Kunoth-Monk. Image: Chloe Erlich. Rosalie Lynette Kunoth-Monks was awarded Batchelor Institute’s second Honorary Doctorate award at our Alice Springs Graduation Ceremony on Thursday 12th of September 2019. Afte
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Graduation Ceremony – A day of Celebration at Darwin Correctional Precinct

Staff from BIITE (including Holtze Campus BIITE staff), NT Corrections and Uni New England) Holtze Campus – Darwin Correctional Precinct – BIITE Graduation Ceremony Thursday 24th October 2019. Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE) has been delivering accredited
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PTS teaching team wins a national university teaching award

(l-r) Catherine Maughan, Delean Holtze, Dr Lisa Hall, Angela Harrison and Joanne Forrest Dr Lisa Hall, Catherine Maughan, Angela Harrison, Joanne Forrest and Delean Holtze from the Preparation for Tertiary Success Program (PTS) have been awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution
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Callum’s Journey

Despite leaving high school after Year 8, Callum Robinson has since completed two Certificate III qualifications, a tertiary enabling program and a Bachelor of Nursing degree. Callum was born on Yuggera country and grew up on Goreng Goreng country in Queensland. He is also a descendan
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A success story for prisoners studying with BIITE in 2018

Dr Wendy Ludwig addressing graduates Batchelor Institute is proud to be working alongside the Northern Territory Department of the Attorney-General and Justice to improve the educational levels and employability skills of offenders across the NT. Through a Service Level Agreement, pri
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Bilingual Education Matters

Brenda Muthamuluwuy teaching Gupapuyŋu In the continuing tradition of supporting the teaching of Indigenous Languages in schools, several staff from Batchelor Institute recently co-facilitated a 3-day professional development workshop in Darwin. On the 15th October, 18 people from var
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Because of her I can – Innabaarn returned home

Alison Nannup and the cover of Alice Nannup’s Book Alison Nannup, a Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education student, has received the exciting news that her poem was recognised in this year’s ‘Poetry on the Move: Inhabiting Language’ festival. On Sunday 16th September it
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