default logo

Supporting English Education In Timor Leste

  Graduates, staff and key stakeholders at the graduation ceremony June 17 2016   A new program at the SenaiNT English Language Centre is delivering critical language skills to East Timorese students. The initiative, funded and supported by the Northern Territory government
Continue Reading →

Batchelor Institute at Barunga Festival

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education was at the Barunga Festival over the long weekend as a part of a platinum sponsorship agreement. Batchelor Institute is proud to have partnered with the Barunga Festival, an event that emphasises cultural exchange and collaboration
Continue Reading →

Groundbreaking Program Increasing Indigenous Army Recruits

2016 Army Indigenous Development Program Trainees at the Batchelor Institute campus   The Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP), being run at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, is significantly increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isla
Continue Reading →

Batchelor Institute announces new partnership with Central AFL

A new and innovative partnership is set to improve educational outcomes for Indigenous Australians involved in Central Australian AFL. Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE), Australia’s only dedicated, dual-sector Indigenous tertiary education provider has
Continue Reading →

Building lifelong learning skills in Warlpiri communities

Batchelor Institute and CLC Community Development staff at Desert Peoples Centre (DPC) Campus in Alice Springs.   Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education is continuing its involvement with the Warlpiri Education and Training Trust (WETT) by entering a new contract wi
Continue Reading →

Batchelor Institute Producing More Indigenous Childcare Professionals

Batchelor Institute students with Early Childhood Education and Care Lecturer Christine Schultz   An increasing number of Indigenous students are learning the necessary skills to work in childcare within their communities at the Batchelor Institute’s Desert Peoples Centre campus
Continue Reading →