Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership 2009 Residential Workshops

7 July, 2009

Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership 2009 Residential Workshops

The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has established a new partnership with the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC) to assist Land Council members to undertake accredited study.

Land Council members are encouraged to apply for the Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership 2009 Residential Workshops on:

  • 16 - 15 September 2009 and
  • 22 - 9 November 2009.

Both will be held in Canberra, ACT. Please Note: attendance at both workshops is compulsory.

This course is sponsored by National Australia Bank and the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council.

About this program

The course establishes pathways to further education, and is an entry point to tertiary studies. This course equips current and emerging Indigenous leaders with an array of competency based tools to address policy,

management and administrative issues including quality service deliver and capacity development of groups, organisations and communities.

Who should apply for the courses?

The Certificate IV course is designed for aspiring Indigenous leaders who are assuming leadership positions or who are currently engaged in Indigenous community organisations, government departments, and corporations who:

  • want to help shape the future of their community and region;
  • wish to develop the capacity and prospects to lead;
  • are committed to developing and sharing a vision for Indigenous Australians;
  • aspire to connect with other emerging Indigenous leaders to build networks; and
  • are able to meet AILC language and literacy requirements.

Only 24 Positions are available.

Applications close: 24th July 2009

More information

For further information on this course or to download an Application Package, visit the AILC website at www.indigenousleadership.org.au, or contact the AILC on (02) 6251 5770.


We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the lands where we work as well as across the lands we travel through. We also acknowledge our Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork Credit: Craig Cromelin, from a painting he did titled, "4 favourite fishing holes". It is a snippet of his growing years on the Lachlan River, featuring yabby, turtle, fish and family.