A journey of cross cultural understanding, NT Local Government Managers – Palmerston

Aboriginal Community Development and the role of the Adult Educator guest lecturer for students of Adult and Vocational Education, Faculty of Education, Northern Territory University – Darwin

Aboriginal Control of the Community Development Process, Batchelor College Conference – Batchelor

Aboriginal Employment and Career Development Strategies in the NTPS and NTTS, Presentation and workshop sessions, NT Indigenous Teachers Conference – Darwin

Aboriginal Employment and Training, NT Charter of the Aust. Association for Home Economics Teachers, Annual Conference – Darwin

Acts of Parliament and associated legislation – NT Council for Adult Literacy workshop – Darwin & Alice Springs

ADU and the National Training Reform Agenda – presentation to workshop for NT Educators (school, TAFE & higher educ.), NT Branch of the Australian Education Union – Darwin

ATSI Involvement in TAFE Decision Making, World Year of Indigenous Peoples Education Conference – Wollongong

Being a Role Model: From Strategy to Reality: Successfully delivering Indigenous recruitment and career development in the Northern Territory Workshop – Alice Springs

Building on our strengths: Carrying the power of verbal communication in school into the workforce Indigenous Education, Transitions & Employment, Empowering Indigenous students and strengthening post-school pathways through embedded, holistic support – Sydney

Business Development through mine closure, AEMEE conference – Darwin

Business Plan for Prefabricated Building Project, National Enterprise Workshop – Melbourne

Business Plan for Prefabricated Building Project, Northern Territory Enterprise Workshop – Darwin

Collaboration with stakeholders. Visit: The rehabilitation site of the Woodcutters Mine, Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE), The Northern Territory Wildlife Park, Presentation on the rehabilitation plans for the internationally recognised old Rum Jungle Mine

Communication Is Important to Everyone Faculty of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies, NT University, Certificate In Administration (Project Officers) course – Darwin

Consideration of ATSI Issues in Conducting Investigations Investigation Officer Program, NT Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment – Darwin

Demystifying Government – Management Skills for Women Program – Darwin

Developing a fashion Incubator for Northern Australia focusing on ATSI textiles and fashion designers   3rd International Conference of Fashion Incubators – Perth

Devising Sustainable Roles in a Modern Workplace, Indigenous Employment, Education and Training – Engaging Communities for Future Success – Sydney

Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities: Aboriginal expectations of proper consultation, Working With The Native Title Act, ACI Conferences – Sydney

Education – Panel presentation and workshop leader, Australian Indigenous Students Conference, National Union of Students – Adelaide

Employment and Training – Using internal and external activities to help develop skills in existing and potential ATSI employees., Listen Up! Speak Up! ATSILIRN Conference – Darwin

Employment, Education and Training – Panel presentation, Migrant Info Network – Darwin

Facilitating community growth & economic development Indigenous Governance for Sustained Development, Implementing mutual accountability for long-term social & economic outcomes – Sydney

Fostering Indigenous initiative for business development: Starting small, thinking big Developing Indigenous business & entrepreneurship. Building economic independence & sustainable futures – Sydney

Globalization of Fashion the Indigenous Way , Fulbright Conference – Darwin

Gouldian Finch recovery plan for Kungarakan and Warai traditional lands in North Australia Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education 40th Birthday Celebrations – Batchelor

How to Influence and Develop Practical Collaborative Indigenous Policy, Workshop – Cairns

How to Influence and Develop Practical Collaborative Indigenous Policy, Workshop – Brisbane

How to promote your Night Patrol, NT Night Patrols Conference – Darwin

I’m not racist but … how racist are we, Beyond Tolerance, Tackling Racism seminar – Darwin

Implications and Future Directions for the Resource Sector: An Aboriginal perspective – Panel Presentation and Discussion, MABO Sovereign Risk or National Opportunity – Sydney

Indigenous Enterprise, Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre Certificate Course – Darwin

Integrating Heritage Awareness into Everyday Living, Managing a Shared Heritage Conference, Australian ICOMOS – Darwin

Interpreting & implementing existing plans for Indigenous education, training & business development. Indigenous Education, Transitions & Employment – Sydney

Land Conservation, sacred sites & economic development – Illustrating negotiations & agreements between the TO’s, government agencies, mining companies & the private sector with development on Traditional Lands – Darwin

Leadership on boards & committees – what’s needed to survive? ATSI Leadership, Building leadership capability to Close the Gap on disadvantage – Sydney

Looking after your clients NT Wide Domestic/Family Violence Shelters Forum – Darwin

Making Business Connections with Indigenous Territorians, 2013 & 2014 October Business Month – Darwin

Managing an Aboriginal Legal Service, Centre for Aboriginal & Islander Studies, NT University – Darwin

Mentoring for Workforce Engagement and Retention – The Northern Territory Employment Mentors Network – Darwin

My Perspective of Discrimination in Aboriginal Affairs panel member, workshop of training staff from Australian Anti-Discrimination agencies – Darwin

Organisational Management – leadership, small business management Batchelor College of Indigenous Education, Advance Diploma of Social Science – Batchelor

Partnerships for community and economic development, Indigenous Community Development – building local capacity & improving services – Darwin

Post-closure and Indigenous Knowledge Illustrating negotiations and agreements between Traditional Owners, government agencies, mining companies & the private sector with development on Traditional Lands Fostering Collaborative Actions Towards A Sustainable Post-Mine Future. Pre-recorded presentation. Baguio City, Philippines

Raised Hopes Lost Dreams – Appropriate Training for Special Target Groups – Developing video resources, Australian Society for Educational Technology, EdTec’96 Conference – Melbourne.

Research Methodology – Partnerships in VET guest lecturer for students of Adult and Vocational Education, Faculty of Education, Northern Territory University – Darwin

Role Models – An Aboriginal Perspective – Indigenous Employment Forum – Tennant Creek

Stakeholder engagement with Indigenous communities, An overview of Newmont Woodcutter’s mine – Stakeholder Engagement in the mining sector – Managing community expectations and regulatory processes for efficient, sustainable development – Perth

Standards and Indigenous Cultures: Aboriginal Development Unit Training Programs and National Competency Standards Global Competencies Conference, National Training Board – Sydney

Strategies to Enhance Employment Prospects of Batchelor College Graduates – Batchelor College

Striking the right balance between conservation and economic development, Aligning Indigenous Land Management with Economic Development – Darwin

Using Community Based Projects for Improved Primary and Mental Health, Improving ATSI Health: Moving Forward Together: Delivering Significant Indigenous Health Outcomes – Sydney

What’s Happening & What Should Happen in Education and Training for ATSI People, guest speaker at AGM of NT Institute of Educational Research – Darwin.

Who makes up the Aboriginal Industry in the Northern Territory? – Plenary session presentation at the NCVER/Northern Territory University Vocational Education and training Research Conference/Workshop – Darwin

Why science is important to Aboriginal people – Science Teachers Association of the NT – Batchelor

Women in Non-traditional and Traditional Areas: Women in Trades – Alice through the Looking Glass: Sex Stereotyping and its effects on Women’s Health and Career Aspirations, NT University – Darwin



How Recreation Helps with Employment and Training

Regional Forum Participant – Northern Territory Economic Development Summit 2001

Summit Participant – Northern Territory Economic Development Summit 2001

Recognition of Prior Learning and Flexible Delivery – Two aspects of the National Training Reform Agenda that could lead towards economic development for Aborigines in remote areas of the Northern Territory