Nur-Run-Gee Pty Ltd
Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers
|Non-accredited training delivered|
|Other: Nur-Run-Gee adopts the cultural way of Aboriginal teaching by using the '9 Ways' of Aboriginal learning and relying on oral history. This approach has been used in several Indigenous classes at Hunter TAFE for nearly two years where classes have maintained over 98% attendance.|
Training provided - Accredited courses
|Training package||Unit title||Unit code|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate II
|Record information about country||AHCILM203A|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate III
|Propose appropriate use of traditional customs||AHCILM301A|
|Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge||AHCILM302A|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate IV
|Implement land and sea management practices||AHCLPW402A|
|Inspect and monitor cultural places||AHCLPW403A|
|Protect places of cultural significance||AHCILM401A|
|Record and document community history||AHCILM404A|
|Report on place of potential cultural significance||AHCILM402A|
|Manage restoration of cultural places||AHCILM503A|
Nur-Run-Gee Pty Ltd trainers are Aboriginal people.
The team's relevant qualifications and experience:
- Lennie Anderson: Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Archaeology, Certificate 4 Mediation. Over 30 years experience in delivering cultural and heritage training. He has worked with the NSW Department of Climate Change and Water (DECCW) in delivering training packages for several years. He is currently a qualified TAFE teacher and Aboriginal Education Officer with the Department of Education and Training, and is a Public Officer for the Worimi Traditional Elders and Owners Group. Focus of training: scientific and cultural archaeology / anthropology and legislation.
- Chris Collison: Senior Trainer. Qualified Secondary Teacher (Science), qualified horticulturist. He has worked at TAFE and Booragen Dargen Aboriginal College as a guest lecturer, and has many years experience in working in Aboriginal communities. Focus of training: flora/fauna, landscape and mapping.
- Leanne Anderson: Director. Qualified NSW NPWS Ranger / Sites Officer. Focus of training: women's business, domestic structuring, administration.
Other field staff delivering training are Aboriginal people trained and qualified as NSW NPWS Sites Officers.
Nur-Run-Gee has delivered over 400 training packages to the Roads and Traffic Authority, Energy Australia, Hunter Water, Department of Defence, local Aboriginal land councils, local government and others in most facets of culture and heritage protection and management. The company provides a well rounded presentation, with most natural and cultural aspects covered. At times Nur-Run-Gee works in association with a Registered Training Organisation. The company has access to research areas for referencing.
Nur-Run-Gee is currently sub-contracted to the NSW Department of Education and TAFE and has community contacts in different areas of Australia and overseas. Lennie Anderson currently teaches Culture and Heritage at TAFE. Several staff are engaged in field activities in various parts of NSW, including for site surveys. Lennie Anderson has been involved in Aboriginal affairs for over 40 years in various positions and placements, including working as a Regional Aboriginal Liaison Officer for the NSW OEH, and participating in various committees. He has been involved in the development of a strategic cultural management plan for Stockton Bight, NSW, as a Traditional Owner. Chris Collison and Leanne Anderson have travelled overseas to lecture on Australian Indigenous/Aboriginal Strategic Cultural Plans of Management at international seminars.
Nur-Run-Gee Pty Ltd have delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at April 2013).
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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.
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