You are here
Certificate III in Aboriginal languages for communities and workplaces
This Certificate III course (10541NAT) is a nationally recognised training program that has been created and is owned by the Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity Inc.
This course provides a foundation in Aboriginal languages and linguistics. It develops knowledge of the Australian language family and the relationships between languages. It introduces core concepts in linguistics and methods to revitalise Aboriginal languages. Students apply their skills to their specific community or workplace context.
Graduates of this course will be able to assist in developing and running language projects within their communities and workplaces.
This course is suitable for individuals, members of Indigenous communities, staff and board members in Aboriginal language centres and Indigenous knowledge centres, the health industry, national parks, land councils, Aboriginal corporations, and tourism and hospitality who wish to learn more about Aboriginal languages to increase their own knowledge and sense of identity. It will assist people involved in front line services raising awareness and providing public information on Aboriginal languages and cultures.
To achieve the qualification, 10541NAT Certificate III in Aboriginal Languages for Communities and Workplaces, the learner must complete 13 core units.
The Certificate III course is delivered by RNLD under a Third Party Agreement with the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (RTO Code 88105).
RNLD gratefully acknowledges the support of the Indigenous Languages and Arts program (link is external) which has funded the development of this certificate.
These photos are from the first Certificate III workshop, held with 11 participants from 7 language groups at Wangka Maya Language Centre, South Hedland, WA from 4-8 April 2016.
Return to DRIL home page