Australian Cultural Heritage Management Pty Ltd (ACHM) & Carey Training Pty Ltd
Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers
|Australian Cultural Heritage Management Pty Ltd (ACHM)|
Assoc. Professor Neale Draper
CEO & Principal Heritage Consultant
Phone: 08 8340 9566
Mobile: 0408 657 544
Carey Training Pty Ltd|
Phone: 08 8410 2540
ASQA No. 140100
Registered Training Organisation: Carey Training Pty Ltd (formerly AWC Training) is an Indigenous owned and operated RTO, ACHM is not an RTO
Training provided in: Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland and Torres Strait, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia
|Non-accredited training delivered|
|Training package||Unit title||Unit code|
Certificate I in Tourism|
(Australian Indigenous Culture)
Certificate III in Aboriginal Sites Work and Indigenous Land Management
Conservation and Land Management
|Intepret aspects of local Australian Indigenous culture||SITTGDE101|
Certificate III & IV in Guiding|
Certificate III in Aboriginal Sites Work
Conservation and Land Management
- Certificate IV
Certificate II, III and IV
- Outdoor Education
|Prepare specialised interpretive content on cultural and heritage environments||SITTGDE309|
|Research and share general information on Australian Indigenous cultures||SITTGDE306|
Resources and Infrastructure|
Industry Training Package
|Identify and assess environmental and heritage concerns||RIIENV201A|
ACHM and Carey Training trainers are Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous, deliver training through a partnership between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, and trainers are experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people.
The team's relevant qualifications and experience:
- Assoc. Professor Neale Draper - Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Master of Arts, PhD anthropology and archaeology. Member Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists, Inc (MAACAI), Fellow Australian Anthropological Society (FAAS). Over 30 years heritage management experience (professional practice, public administration, tertiary and public teaching). Extensive teaching and training experience with Aboriginal people.
- Fiona Sutherland - Bachelor of Arts (Hons) anthropology. Over 15 years tertiary teaching and professional experience. Extensive teaching and training experience with Aboriginal people.
- David Mott - Bachelor of Arts (Hons) archaeology. Over 14 years professional and training experience.
- Dr Shaun Canning - Bachelor of Arts (Hons), PhD archaeology and anthropology, MAACAI, FAAS, Member of ICOMOS. Over 15 years professional and training experience.
- Andrew Maland - Diploma GIS, Graduate Diploma GIS. Over 10 years GIS professional and training experience.
- Matthew Wilson - Master of Arts in Archaeology. Over 9 years experience.
- Nick Butler - Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Masters of Applied Anthropology.
- Stephen Damhuis - Bachelor of Archaeology (Hons).
Approximately 30 other qualified and experienced professional staff work with Australian Cultural Heritage Management Pty Ltd (ACHM), with qualifications and experience in archaeology, anthropology, GIS, cultural heritage management, all of whom have experience working with Aboriginal communities.
Carey Training also has qualified trainers with experience in delivering a wide range of training courses specifically for Indigenous people.
Assoc. Professor Neale Draper has been involved in cultural heritage management practice and teaching for over 30 years, and ACHM has been providing cultural heritage management GIS services for over 14 years. ACHM has undertaken over 1,300 projects throughout Australia, all conducted in conjunction with Indigenous communities, organisations and involving joint heritage surveys and assessments, site recording, Cultural Heritage Management Plans, ground disturbance/construction monitoring, heritage compliance audits and site protection works. Every project has a cultural heritage training and mentoring aspect, with two-way learning.
ACHM consultants have Australia-wide and international experience working and cross-training with Indigenous people on cultural heritage management projects, and Draper, Sutherland, and others also have extensive experience in accredited university teaching of cultural heritage-related courses for Indigenous people and tutoring for Indigenous students.
Current (2013) ACHM projects include a cultural heritage management training and capacity building program for Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, Karratha, WA, and assistance to Kokatha Pty Ltd (Port Augusta, SA) to develop a cultural awareness training package.
Carey Training has provided accredited Indigenous training courses since its registration in 2002. The focus of Carey's portfolio is on the business management, mining, resources and construction industries. Carey's training activity is delivered following consultation with the communities and is based around infrastructure projects and other activities nominated by them. This includes the Carey joint training and workforce developments projects in WA's Kimberley, Pilbara, Midwest, and Goldfields regions, which include substantial components of direct relevance to cultural heritage management (see course list). Carey Training is a specialist Indigenous training company, which provides many advantages for Indigenous community clients in the delivery of culturally and socially appropriate programs designed to maximise successful outcomes.
Australian Cultural Heritage Management has delivered cultural heritage management training to Indigenous groups within the last 12 months (valid at June 2013).
PLEASE NOTE: The Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers is provided for information only. The Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities does not endorse or recommend any listed training provider on the Register or warrant that any providers are suitable or appropriately qualified. Organisations should conduct their own procurement processes before choosing or engaging a trainer. Information on the Register is as provided by the listed training providers.
About the Register
The Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers has been developed as a resource for Indigenous land and sea managers who want to undertake training in cultural heritage management.
Please contact us if you wish to be included on the register, or if you or your organisation is included on the Register and you would like to update any details. Email: workingoncountry@