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As part of our ongoing work in the area of training and career development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in language programs, we are interested in creating a registry of people currently engaged in this work. This will cover all roles from language experts to administration, research and project managers and will include volunteers, contractors, part and full time employees.

The aim of the registry is to help us provide support for people in whatever role they fill - through targeted information services, training opportunities and the chance to meet and share with others working in a similar role. The registry could also potentially be a way to connect language centres with employees holding specialised skills and interests. We are also keen to hear about any new skills or training you would like to access if the opportunity comes about.

This will help our organisation to provide support, information and skills development appropriate to the needs of the different worker groups in this industry. Sharing of your details publicly will be optional.

Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions or suggestions about the registry.

Contribute your details here via this online survey, or on this PDF form.

Contact us

Phone  +61 2 4940 9144  or  1300 975 246
 
Visit  2 Milton St, Hamilton, NSW, 2303
Post PO Box 74, Hamilton, NSW 2303

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