Stepwise Heritage and Tourism
Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers
|Non-accredited training delivered|
|Other types of training
Stepwise Heritage and Tourism often delivers training through a partnership between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, and trainers are experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people.
Stepwise associates have various qualifications and experience in different aspects of cultural heritage management as listed on the Stepwise website. Specific associates that have expertise in relation to cultural heritage management training include:
- Nicholas Hall - qualifications and experience in archaeology, rock art conservation, heritage and environmental interpretation, workplace training, co-ordinating training and training small groups.
- Dr Meredith Wilson - qualifications and experience in archaeology, World Heritage and rock art recording and management.
Additional Stepwise associates are:
- Professor Sharon Sullivan - qualifications and experience in archaeology, heritage site management, strategic skills for heritage managers.
- Dr Heather Builth - Archaeology, heritage site management, landscape analysis and cultural heritage management planning.
Stepwise has both non-Indigenous and Indigenous associates. Indigenous and non-Indigenous trainers sometimes work together on projects if necessary. In general Stepwise's main business is delivering capacity-building programs to Indigenous people in Australia and overseas around cultural heritage issues. These capacity-building programs include various components of practical application, technical and management skills development and formal training, whether this is accredited or not.
As a Director of Stepwise Heritage and Tourism, Nicholas Hall has over 20 years experience delivering training to Indigenous people specifically around cultural heritage management. This has included training delivered for Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, the former Australian Heritage Commission, UNESCO, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and many Indigenous organisations. Stepwise is particularly experienced at delivering training using appropriate methods and styles, including on-site programs and hands-on technical skills for cultural site monitoring and maintenance. Their professional practice training approach is described in more detail on the Stepwise website at http://www.stepwise.net.au/services/training.php
An area of specialty for Stepwise is training others in participatory practice through train-the trainer programs and facilitator training as it applies to cultural heritage management and Indigenous tourism development utilising cultural and natural heritage assets.
Stepwise Heritage and Tourism has delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at October 2011).
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.
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