The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia’s Certificate IV in Indigenous Research Capacity Building is supported and part-funded by the Lowitja Institute along with Flinders University and James Cook University.
Each of the graduates received a Certificate IV in Indigenous Research Capacity Building, a nationally recognised VET qualification that offers significant advantages both in building career paths and enhancing opportunities in existing workplaces.
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