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CLC Ranger success

Photo courtesy of Central land Council The Indigenous Ranger program at the Central Land Council (CLC) is going from strength to strength with the help of the Batchelor Institute. The CLC’s ranger program employs and trains people in remote communities where real jobs are scarce. Fund
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BIITE helps Cyclone Marcus clean-up

Recently 16 participants from Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation and 2 ILE lecturers enrolled in the FPICOT2239A Trim and cut felled trees unit conducted by Batchelor Institute. The short course was delivered over a period of two days at the Batchelor Campus. The participants were requir
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We Always Stay

Seven Aboriginal teachers from remote central Australian communities have documented their education journeys in We Always Stay, which was launched by CLC director David Ross, an early champion of the WETT, on the 22nd March at the Central Land Council. The teachers, all women, have a
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New students develop skills, knowledge and confidence at Batchelor Institute

Batchelor Institute, Alice Springs, warmly welcomes all the students undertaking courses here on the Desert Knowledge Precinct in 2018. Among the courses on campus last week were Screen and Media which included students from a number of the Indigenous Media organisations in Alice Spri
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Visual Arts Students centre stage at DAAF Fashion Show

Batchelor Institute students and staff designs at DAAF’s Country to Couture Fashion Show. Images: Chelsea Heaney   The work of visual art students and lecturers at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education was showcased at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’s Cou
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Leading researchers converge in Central Australia

Barbara Napanangka Martin from Yuendumu School speaking at Knowledge Intersections   Prominent researchers and academics gathered at the Desert Peoples Centre in Alice Springs to highlight and share the innovative and ground-breaking research coming out of central Australia. Batc
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Welcome Dr Jillian Marsh

  Dr Jillian Marsh has joined Batchelor Institute as the Graduate School Director. Dr Marsh is an Aboriginal woman of Adnyamathanha descent and member of the Yura community of the Northern Flinders Ranges in South Australia. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge across severa
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Batchelor Institute Celebrates Record Number of Graduates

The Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education will celebrate a record number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates this year at its ceremony on June 2nd. The ceremony at the Batchelor campus will celebrate the achievements of 360 graduates across 34 qualificati
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New Directions

Photo credit: Steve Gumerungi Hodder-Watt Indigenous students from New South Wales are travelling to the Northern Territory to turn their academic dreams into reality thanks to a program designed to prepare them for success at university. Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Edu
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New cactus weed found in Alice Springs

Students of the Conservation and Land Management course undertaking studies with Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education have recorded the location of a new cactus weed species previously unrecorded in the Northern Territory. A survey of bushland in Alice Springs found th
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