The NLC celebrates rangers graduating from Batchelor Institute
Date: Dec 2, 2020
Publication Type: Blog
The NLC congratulates rangers who have graduated from the NT's Batchelor Institute.
In the last 12 months, many of our rangers have completed certified training at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education in areas of Conservation and Land Management, and Resource and Infrastructure Work Preparation.
Our Caring for Country Branch arranged a ceremony while in Batchelor on 2 December 2020 to recognise their achievements and present those in attendance with a certificate of completion.
Training is essential to the career development of our rangers. It equips them with the skills and competencies required to step into a spectrum of positions in the land and sea management sector. The end goal of this is to have Aboriginal rangers in leadership positions in ranger teams and beyond so they can advance Traditional Owner aspirations for Country. Graduating rangers included:
- Andrew Liddy (Cert 1 Conservation and Land Management)
- Aaron Green (Cert 2 Conservation and Land Management)
- Tim Burr Burr (Cert 2 Conservation and Land Management and Cert 2 Resource and
Infrastructure Work Preparation)
- Brendan Morgan-Armstrong (Cert 2 Conservation and land Management and Cert 2
Resource and Infrastructure Work Preparation)
- Daphne Huddleston (Cert 2 Conservation and Land Management)
- Donald Shadforth (Cert 2 Conservation and Land Management)
Well done everyone and we look forward to seeing the skills put to use in 2021!