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Ms Buhrich is non-Indigenous, experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people.
Ms Buhrich has the following relevant qualifications and experience:
- Qualified VET teacher (2009), specifically to share my skills and knowledge in cultural heritage with Indigenous ranger groups.
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Archaeology, with ten years experience in legislation, consultancy work, research and teaching in far north Queensland. Rock art (identification, recording, management) is a particular interest.
I have 10 years experience as a cultural heritage professional in far north Queensland, and have worked extensively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over that time. I have also taught cultural mapping techniques to rainforest and savannah Traditional Owners for 1.5 years, through Tropical North Queensland TAFE.
My vision for cultural heritage training in Indigenous communities is to work with Elders and small teams of rangers, with delivery of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) Certificate competencies based on a specific heritage site. Elders should be involved in planning and delivery, identify appropriate places to work and act as mentors for students. I would like to see two to four competencies from the CALM package delivered over two to three weeks periods in the field, with work based on specific site identified by the community. I have previously delivered a number of the accredited cultural heritage units under the CALM package, and could become affiliated with a registered training organisation if required.
Ms Buhrich has not delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at October 2011).
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