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Thumbs up for Barunga

L-R Evelyn Schaber, Batchelor Institute Arts and Humanities Director, Dilan Thompson, Sommer Meadows, Roper Gulf Regional Council Students in the remote Indigenous community of Barunga are getting a hands-on education in machinery operating. The three months course, being delivered by
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Kapooka bound

This year for the first time Batchelor Institute have worked alongside the Army to deliver not one but two Army Indigenous Development Programs. In July, we were able to graduate 31 trainees and with our latest Graduation ceremony last week, we celebrated the success of 15 more traine
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Tertiary Success in Action – PTS and Beyond

2017 PTS students Preparation for Tertiary Success (PTS) is a university preparation course for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It is designed to help people develop the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to succeed at university. To find out how PTS is achieving th
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Alice Springs Prison Education Program continues record growth

Batchelor Institute’s Acting Director of Arts and Humanities Ms Evelyn Schaber with graduates Aileen Adamson (left), Toni Leigh Harbas (centre) Completions of educational qualifications at the Alice Springs Correctional Centre have once again risen to new and record-breaking heights.
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BIITE welcomes International Adjunct to Research Division

Associate Professor Michelle Hogue joins an already impressive list of Adjuncts supporting the Batchelor Institute Research Division. Michelle is a person of Métis heritage, and is passionate about enabling Indigenous academic success through early engagement and retention in ways tha
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Next wave of Aboriginal trainees head to Kapooka

Batchelor Institute CEO Professor Robert Somerville AM FIML with AIDP Graduate July 14th 2017. Image: Stevi Thomas   Graduates from the Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP) in the Northern Territory are wasting no time in carving out careers in Australia’s defence force. Th
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Culture celebrated at NT Graduation

The Djilpin Arts dancers at the Batchelor Graduation Ceremony 2017   The achievements of students from the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education were celebrated at the year’s largest graduation ceremony on June 15th 2017. 313 individual graduates had 350 awar
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New book brings Arrernte bird stories to life

  “Iwenhenge the pipe nhenhe mpwareke apele, ayenge ampe putyelenge amangkeke. Thipe nhenhe mapeke akaltye-irremele akngerrapate mapele iletyarte awemele – arrpenheme, kere anwerne-kenhe, arrpenhe mape anwerne arlkwentye akngerre kwenye arle. My reason why I made this book was th
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Research Helping Educators Work in Remote Indigenous Communities

  A booklet developed by Batchelor Institute research student Rebekah Farmer and adjunct Lyn Fasoli, titled You’re in New Country, has recently been reviewed by the Evaluation Journal of Australia. This esteemed journal publishes articles of professional merit and provides the op
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Batchelor Institute Named NT Training Provider Of The Year

Deputy Chief Minister Mrs Nicole Manison joins  Batchelor Institute staff for a photo just after winning Training Provider of The Year   Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education has taken out some of the Territory’s most prestigious education awards this year. The NT
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