This free ebook captures the history of the Aboriginal Rural Training Program. Download the ebook here. PDF, 37385.14 KB
Since 1989 the Aboriginal Rural Training Program (ARTP) has been providing training to Aboriginal people around NSW. Originally established by the Murrumbidgee College of Agriculture, with strong support and guidance from Aboriginal communities, the program is now a vital part of the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Tocal College. The ARTP employs 3 full-time Aboriginal lecturers who are passionate about involving Aboriginal people in education and training.
“Our main aim is to build the confidence and the self esteem of our mob, and to give them the skills and qualifications to apply for jobs when they come up. If there are no jobs, they can go on to further education in other areas, because they’ve got the confidence that they CAN do it. That’s always been my game.” – Mark Morgan, ARTP Coordinator
|Title||30 Years of the Aboriginal Rural Training Program|
|Year of publish||2019|
|Publisher||NSW Department of Primary Industries|
|Paperback / Hardback - Not available|
|eBook - Not available (iPad/iPhone)|
|eBook - Not available (PC/Android)|
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