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Overview

Target audience: Primary and secondary school teachers and teachers' assistants

Course summary: This is an introductory course about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s knowledge, culture and traditions prior to 1788 and how they are still relevant for every Australian today. The course is designed to meet the national curriculum requirements for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in primary and secondary school. The course is a contemporary professional development program to assist educators to be able to teach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, history and knowledge with confidence. Course students are provided with mentoring support.

The course consists of eight modules. A module certificate is provided on the completion of each module and a certificate of completion is provided on the completion of all eight modules.

Delivery mode: online

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Mobile: 0413 281 980
Email: enquire@crackerjackeducation.com.au

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Last updated: 2 February 2016
 
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