Our 2023 & 2024 Programs

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Program overview

This free opportunity is for any Deadly First Nations Women over 18 years of age to learn and grow new skills, meet other Deadly Sisters, and achieve nationally recognised qualifications in Certificate 1 in Workplace Skills and Certificate 1 in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture).

Learn about leadership, values of self-determination, role models, and management to foster a culture of leadership. Listen to inspirational First Nations speakers who will share their paths to success. Once you cross the finish line, you could attend an Industry Networking Forum to talk about your ideas and meet community and industry leaders and receive your Certificates at a Graduation Ceremony.

Queensland

Cairns
Thursday Island
Mapoon
Napranum

Northern Territory

Alice Springs
Jabiru/Kakadu
Katherine

Queensland

THURSDAY--ISLAND
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THURSDAY ISLAND

27 February to 9 March 2023

MAPOON
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MAPOON

29 May to 9 June 2023

NAPRANUM
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NAPRANUM

19-23 June, 17-21 July

CAIRNS
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CAIRNS

31 July to 11 August

Northern Territory

ALICE-SPRINGS
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ALICE SPRINGS

21 August to 1 September

KATHERINE
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KATHERINE

11-22 September 2023

NHULUNBUY
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JABIRU

8-19 April 2024

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The Indigenous Women’s Development and Leadership Program ‘Deadly Women’ will give you benefits for your future growth and direction.

Free attendance at the workshops

Learning and growing new skills

Meeting other deadly sisters

Stepping-stones to reaching personal goals

Today with all the knowledge I’ve taken on board I am now a small business owner of a mobile food and drink cart called Kirr- Rock Munchies, I do thank INLOC for this program as it was well worth attending. I am very proud of my achievement and I give a high clap for the ladies who delivered and mentored us through to the end.

Georgina

Thursday Island

Deadly Women is a new pathway for myself in leadership to achieve my goals to have my own business; and with these skills, going through the right channels to develop that goal

Rosemary

Cairns

The Deadly Women workshops are held over 10 days with face-to-face contact in a classroom learning environment in a community location. Each day you will engage with a range of modules where you will complete the requirements for your certificates. You will learn about:

  • Using digital devices

  • Using business equipment

  • Time management

  • Participating in safe work practices

  • Workplace relationships, communications and responsibilities

  • Personal preparation to join the workforce

  • Building personal confidence

  • Identifying and applying for jobs

  • Preparing for job interviews

  • Paths to establishing a small business

  • Public speaking and presentations

  • Developing Indigenous leadership

  • Valuing Indigenous culture

The Indigenous Women’s Development and Leadership Program ‘Deadly Women’ will give you benefits for your future growth and direction which includes:

A personal CV to assist in obtaining future employment

Statement of Attainment for Certificate I in Tourism

Statement of Attainment for Certificate I in Workplace Skills

Alumni of 'Deadly Women'

Networking with community and industry partners

Mentoring and coaching

  • Register, start your plan for 100% attendance to every week of the workshop to cross the finish line and get your Certificates.

  • Get qualifications for learning how to effectively plan and prepare for work, use business resources, time manage, operate digital devices, keep a workplace safe and develop a community project

  • Learn about Leadership and developing your own by learning about the values of self -determination, role models and management to foster a culture of leadership.

  • Listen to inspirational First Nations Women speakers who will share their paths to success.

  • Once you cross the finish line, you could attend a Networking Forum to talk about your ideas and meet community and industry leaders, and receive your Certificates at a Graduation Ceremony

Frequently Asked Questions

You can go to the website deadlywomen.org.au to the Apply section, fill it in and call or email us if you need help

We do not provide air travel. Please talk to your PBC, local Council and community organisations for assistance.

Talk to us about your accommodation needs if you have to travel an hour or more to the venue and you need accommodation.

Let us know what you need and we’ll see how we can help you.

Yes, we are providing morning and afternoon tea and lunch

No, it is free and we would welcome you being involved

Yes, that would be great! Let us know who is coming and each person needs to apply separately.

No, we don’t provide childminding and we encourage you to make arrangements as it is only for people over 18 years

Why?

We have to ensure that other people are able to focus on the learning information as there is a fair bit to get through for receiving the certificate qualifications.

We have time scheduled for catching-up in that workshop week. If you can’t make it due to the situation you’re faced with, then let’s talk about how we can support you to meet the learning requirements to complete it.

  1. You will learn how to plan and prepare for work, use business resources, time manage, operate digital devices, keep a workplace safe and develop a community tourism project.
  2. You will also learn about leadership and developing your own style through the values of self-determination, role models and management to foster a culture of leadership.

 

The Deadly Women Workshops are run by RRRC and the Registered Training Organisation is INLOC.

They do a lot of programs in Indigenous communities, for example, Land and Sea Rangers, Crown of Thorns Starfish (COTS) eradication.

This is the first time we have a program for First Nations Women in Workplace Skills and Tourism. We are really excited to deliver this program!

Go to About Us for more information

 

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