The National Native Title Council (NNTC) has announced that  Native Title Operations & Management Training for people involved in PBCs and other Aboriginal Corporations will be available in Adelaide in September.

Following on from a series of successful Native Title Operations & Management Training across Australia, the NNTC will offer this training in

Adelaide from 16 – 20 September 2019The training is open to all PBC members, directors, CEO’s, Traditional Owners and board members interested in learning more about managing and growing your PBC.Staff and directors of non-PBC Traditional Owner Corporations such as those recognised under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act, along with Representative Body staff are also welcome.

The 5-day training program will cover a broad range of issues relevant to the governance and growth of PBC organisations.  Using case studies the 5 day workshop will cover topics such as:Communications & MarketingBusiness Fundamentals (inc SWOT, Force Field Analysis)Strategic Conversations and Stakeholder RelationshipsGovernance StructuresHR and FinancePBC Regulations & CATSI Act requirementsFiduciary obligations & Future Acts The workshop also addresses how to pitch for grants, board personality and balance, leadership, negotiating and diplomacy within your PBC and interactive activities throughout the week.Completion of the course can lead to formal TAFE accreditation and open pathways to further TAFE and Higher Education programs.Leading experts from RMIT University, Melbourne Business School, AIATSIS and National Native Title Council will deliver the workshops. 

Places in the training course are strictly limited. The National Native Title Council will cover the cost of the workshop, but participants will need to fund their own travel and accommodation.
 

Click here: NNTC Governance Training for further information about the course, although this page is specific to the Brisbane delivery of the course – the Adelaide course event page will be available shortly.

You can ask address any questions about the training or express your interest in attending the Adelaide course to Emile Groegan at NNTC emilie.goegan@nntc.com.au
 


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