Towards Professionalisation

Supporting a Strong and Inclusive Community of Professional Practice: Locusar on-line course

For the first time CNTA, in conjunction with De Deane Fergie of Locusar, will offer an on-line course for 6 participants. Applications and information on course content have been circulated via the CNTA Email List. In terms of committment, two full days in January 2017 for course work with an afternoon prior to, and morning session, post the annual conference is expected.

Applications close on Monday 5 December 2016. For further details contact the CNTA Research Fellow.

CNTA is committed to providing ongoing professional development opportunities across the duration of an anthropologists' career in native title from placements at undergraduate level through the mid-career stage and also for the most experienced expert consultant anthropologists.  

To aid in distribution about native title anthropology and to foster awareness within the sector, the CNTA has an established email list of over 300 interested practitioners from around Australia through which information about professional development, employment and seminar opportunities is circulated.

For further information, or to request inclusion on the CNTA email list, please contact CNTA Research Fellow, Julie Finlayson (02) 6125 5859.



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