Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy Heritage Consultants
Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers
|Non-accredited training delivered|
Dr McIntyre is non-Indigenous, and experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people.
Dr McIntyre's relevant qualifications and experience:
- BA (Hons) Anthropology, University of Sydney
- PhD Archaeology from James Cook University
- extensive experience in cultural and environmental heritage management since 1982, including the planning and management of cultural and natural heritage projects, preparation and review of technical reports, development and implementation of heritage policy, inter-government and community liaison, research, design and supervision of staff and consultants.
- international experience in cultural heritage management through involvement in ICOMOS
- member of QLD State Minister's Scientific and Cultural Advisory Committee for Cape York Peninsula.
Dr Sue McIntyre has successfully drawn on her professional cultural heritage experience in developing and delivering training courses to a range of students. Between 1989 and 1992 she was seconded to the Tropical North Queensland Institute of TAFE to coordinate and teach environmental studies to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in remote areas. Studies included cultural heritage management, traditional land management (in conjunction with community elders), communication and legislation. These courses were delivered on country in remote communities. Over the years Sue has undertaken various Train the Trainer courses. As immediate past President of Australia ICOMOS and a past President of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists, Sue is aware of the Burra Charter and its applications.
Today in addition to her cultural heritage work, Sue regularly teaches as a sessional teacher at university level (including Indigenous students). Subjects taught at James Cook University include: Australia's peoples: an introduction to the Social Sciences, Australia through time and place, and a rock art conservation field school. She was recently successful in securing a grant from the Attorney Generals Department on behalf of the Cairns Institute for the development of a 7 day native title short course for graduate anthropologists.
Sue also recently piloted the Introduction to Cultural Heritage course at the Apudthama Ranger Conference, Cape York, developed for the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.
Sue has an ongoing relationship with Indigenous communities in Cape York and parts of the Torres Strait, and often works with rangers on country as part of her research projects in the region. As someone who has worked (and lived) in remote Indigenous communities and encountered first-hand the often complex conservation issues they face, she is able to develop culturally appropriate approaches to these issues. Sue also speaks Cape York Creole which is an asset when working and teaching in Cape York.
Dr McIntyre has delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at October 2011).
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