Testimonials

Testimonials

Valerie O'Meara

Valerie O'Meara 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Karajudi/Kija
My vision: I have a passion for Aboriginal Education and believe everyone is a leader with the right skills and knowledge. My vision is to walk around the Kimberley’s and see all children with cultural confidence.
What I gained from this course: More confidence to lead our community to self determination.

Bianca Morris

Bianca Morris 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Gumbayngirr
My personal vision: is to succeed in my chosen career, being the best I can professionally and personally.
My inspiration is: to do Cert IV in Business Governance through my workplace and my role with servicing remote communities. I want to be able to offer a better service that meets the community needs.

Clarissa Donovan

Clarissa Donovan 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Dunghutti
My vision: I would really like to see change in our community to go forward. Get the younger generation involved more and to get more viable programs that are essential to our community up and running.
What I gained from this course: Qualifications and knowledge for both personal and professional development.

Dannielle Van Overbeek

Dannielle Van Overbeek BSB41910 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

My mob: Gumbaynggirr & Bundjalung
My vision: to empower community member to ‘break the cycle’. I hope to achieve this setting an example and encouraging others through education.

Edward Hill

Edward Hill BSB41910 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

My mob: Dunghutti
My vision: is to be a great role model for mob-as in learning and further education. What I gained from this course: Further my skills and abilities to be applied to my teaching skills.

Gwen Rami

Gwen Rami BSB41910 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

My mob: Alawa
My role: Senior Community Leader and Cultural Elder
What inspired me to undertake this course: Learning about the structure of the government and relating our community structure to try and work/understand our roles and responsibilities to benefit our community.

June Walley

June Walley 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Bardelong – Goomalling
My vision: to be enthusiastic about the work I do, the role I play and to remain as part of a team working towards a goal.
What inspired me to undertake this course: To be a good leader in whatever I do, and continue to develop my leadership strengths, needs, challenges and opportunites

Ruth Link

Ruth Link 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Gooreng Gooreng, Kukuyalaji, Kalkadoon
My vision: Advancing into managerial roles; Board member; Healthier lifestyle.
What I gained from this course: Greater insight into obtaining managerial roles.

Sandra Levers

Sandra Levers 10413NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership

My mob: Kuku Yalangi, Djabugay, Yindindjii, Muluridjii, Tagalaga.
My vision: To be a positive role model to my grandchildren, children and community. To provide support and advice where and if necessary. I have always believed to take advantage of every opportunity that presents itself and to encourage young people to do the same. To work hard and honestly.
What inspired me to undertake this course: Previous involvement in this course as a staff member and knowing the positives that can come out of it. Wanting to share that with other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women of this beautiful country.

Essie Gray

Essie Gray BSB41910 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

My vision: is to be a successful educated leader within my community helping improve better education and employment outcomes for Indigenous people, mentoring with Indigenous kids and providing them with the best possible advice and guidance to help assist them with schooling achievements and personal life achievements.
What inspired me to undertake this course: having the opportunity to educate myself further in areas where I haven’t had the chance to be exposed to as yet. This course will help me gain a better understanding and experience of leadership within my workplace and community and being able to build a better understanding of leaderships skills and knowledge it will also give me on the personal side of thing more confidence with working with local community members and understanding what and how board members work.

Steve Cochrane

Steve Cochrane BSB41910 Certificate IV in Business (Governance)

My mob: Gumbamberah
My vision: To do my best for my children and grandchildren. To be a strong role model to the mob and be a positive influence to change.
What inspired me to undertake this course: I always recommend that people look and where I can support them to apply to do any course conducted by the AILC. I have been a student of the AILC since 2002 and am proud to have successfully completed up to the Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Leadership.

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