At Tranby, we teach differently.
Our courses are designed by Mob, for Mob and are delivered by Aboriginal educators who know community and are passionate about connecting students to culture. You may choose to study online or through block release on campus.
11026NATDiploma of Applied Aboriginal Studies
Do you want to learn more about yourself, your culture and gain practical skills to enhance your work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations? This course provides students with the opportunity to learn about Indigenous history, colonial policies, self-determination, connection to Country, kinship, cultural identity and much more.
10861NATDiploma of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Advocacy
Do you want to work as a legal advocate or Indigenous field officer? Do you currently work as an advocate or field officer and wish to have your experience recognised?
CHC42115 Certificate IV in Community Development
Do you want to make a difference for your Mob? Community development workers help with programs for public social change. Learn about issues that specifically impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and community development.
CHC52115Diploma of Community Development
Learn about economic development, self-determination, the politics of Aboriginal development and community planning. Get a better understanding of Indigenous community organisations, as well as mainstream organisations servicing Indigenous communities.
BSB40220Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Governance
Study practical governance skills, including the roles and responsibilities of board members, strategic planning, protecting culture, working with management, finances, policy development and community leadership for day-to-day management and governance.
BSB50220Diploma of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Governance
Aim for the top! Learn day to day governance and management best practices, and how to incorporate cultural obligations and protocols and address legal and financial obligations to the wider community and funding bodies.