“The benefit will be to the community back home. It will be to the school that I work in, the students that I work with and for and my family as well. The benefit will be that I am more informed on how to work with different people and achieve the best results,” says Carmel Debel, graduate of the AILC’s Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership.
“I had always wanted to take the courses because of the line of work that I am in, working with kids in foster care. I've been able to use my leadership and my culture to be effective in my work," Bowen Ryan says.
“It has changed my life. Doing this course and learning about leadership, it really has," says Bill Simpson, recent graduate of the AILC's Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership and Business (Governance).