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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

One sky, many paths

 

Overview

One sky, many paths is a leadership program for Aboriginal young people aged 18 to 25 years living in Western Australia (WA).  There is some flexibility with the upper age limit and people interested can contact The Challenger Institute of Technology to discuss. 

Participants in the program learn how to be young leaders by planning projects and activities to help their community.

The 12 week program consists of:

  • two one-week residential training conferences in Fremantle
  • online learning, with support from a local mentor
  • a community project. 

The program is free but participants wishing to participate must register with Abstudy. The Challenger Institute of Technology deliver the program with funding support from the Department of Local Government and Communities. On completion graduates receive a Certificate II in Leadership Development.

Abstract adapted from Government of WA Department of Local Government and Communities

Contacts

Challenger Institute of Technology
1 Fleet Street
Fremantle WA 6160
Peter Mann
Ph: (08) 9599 8757
Mobile: 0467 742 534
Email: peter.mann@challenger.wa.edu.au
Lee-Ann Habel
Ph: (08) 9599 8622
Mobile: 0409 378 679
Email: Lee-Anne.habel@challenger.wa.edu.au

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Last updated: 29 January 2014
 
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