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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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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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Yirrkala Community celebrates Graduation

R: The graduating class of Yirrkala at the 2017 graduation ceremony with community, NT Government and Batchelor Institute representatives. Image:Darren O’Dwyer The remote community of Yirrkala has celebrated the achievements of forty graduates, who have completed a range of courses at
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Bringing Digital Literacy to Arlparra with inDigiMOB

A program that was designed to develop and implement affordable and equitable access to digital technology and communications in remote Northern Territory communities has recently celebrated the wrap up of its successful pilot year. inDigiMOB is an innovative initiative, run in partne
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Building Skills in Barunga

Students in the remote Indigenous community of Barunga are getting a hands-on education in machinery operating. The 10-week course, being delivered by Batchelor Institute lecturer Alvin Tan, trains students on the use of an excavator, skid steer loader, wheeled front end loader, backh
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From Yuendumu to the Melbourne Cup: Aboriginal Artist to Feature On Race Day

L: Otto Sims and Batchelor Institute lecturer Brigida Stewart working on the dress. R: Otto Sims painting in Yuendumu   Central Australian Indigenous artist Otto Sims has been invited to showcase his work at the Melbourne Cup Fashions on the Fields event this year. With the help
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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
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