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Events under development

Dates Title Program type Location Event flyers Duration
June 2014
Beyond lists: imagining the future of Australia's heritage system
Professional update
1 day
June 2014
Key heritage assets and how to make them pay
Skills development workshop
1 day
August 2014
Vanuatu study tour: community development and world heritage
Advanced professional development study tour
5 days


Courses by arrangement

Title Content Format and location Flyer
Update of core Heritage Skills - Methods, practices and application Program for agency or organisation staff advising on and managing heritage places and objects 4 x ½ day modules or customised to client needs Available on request
Understanding Connections in Caring for Country: Indigenous land art and culture explored in place Joint educational program presented with the Yilpara Community's Buku'tjuwu Miyarriya Rom Two way learning Centre 5 days. Taught on-site in Blue Mud Bay, East Arnhem Land, NT.  Blue Mud Bay Course Flyer 540KB
Cultural heritage site monitoring and maintenance A general course covering the principles, practices and methods of monitoring and maintenance for Indigenous and/or historic heritage places 4 - 5 days. Includes on site sessions and practical skills training Available on request
Rock art site monitoring and maintenance A course focussing on the basics of rock art monitoring and site maintenance practice including photographic documentation, monitoring procedures, principles of maintenance and the management and use of cultural site records 5 days. Includes on-site sessions and practical skills training  Available on request
The management and interpretation of Indigenous heritage places with public access A course providing a guide to best practice approaches to visitor management, interpretation and monitoring for Indigenous heritage sites open to visitors 4 - 5 days. Includes on-site visits and practical consideration of how to improve current management approaches Available on request

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