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Aboriginal Cultures

Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal cultures has the potential to enhance career opportunities for all Australians. These Aboriginal courses uncover the history and cultural landscape of Aboriginal Australia and examine their impacts on today's society. A course in Aboriginal cultures will enrich your connection to culture whilst opening up potential employment and/or promotion opportunities.

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Does this Describe You?

  • Creative
  • Storyteller
  • Ethical

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Fees and payment options
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Find a Course:

Job Opportunities:

  • Aboriginal Arts Practitioner or Administrator
  • Aboriginal Languages Tutor
  • Government Policy Officer
  • Community Development Worker
  • Aboriginal Sites Officer

Fun Facts

The Australian Aboriginal Flag was designed in 1971 by Aboriginal artist Harold Thomas, a Luritja man from Central Australia.

Average Salary

$1,203

(based on the average weekly salary for welfare, recreation and community arts workers)

Vacant Fiance Jobs

2015-2019

Strong growth of employment in the welfare, recreation and community arts sector

Number of Accountants

25,200

people employed in the welfare, recreation and community arts sector in Australia