Aboriginal Sites Work
ALS delivers a nationally recognised training qualification for Aboriginal sites called Certificate lll in Aboriginal Site Works (AHC32516). This qualification was created to recognise the skills Traditional Owners have developed over many years managing their own sites and cultural heritage.
Training is delivered mostly on-country, and is highly practical in nature. Regular participation in surveys, workshops and discussions is all participants need to build key skills in heritage processes. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) means participant’s existing skills can be recognised and shortens the course duration.
Indigenous Land Management
ALS also delivers a Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management (AHC31516) to support Aboriginal ranger programs and Aboriginal people interested in a career in land management and environmental services.
Graduates can seek employment as:
- Indigenous rangers
- Heritage field officers
- Aboriginal tour guides and more…
For Aboriginal Corporations, investing in training can be instrumental for building a heritage services team within the organisation and moving toward sustainable, Aboriginal-owned and run enterprises.