Welcome to Goolarri Training

At Goolarri Media we provide the opportunity for you to gain media skills and qualifications in a fully operational industry environment meshing national competency standards with a strong Indigenous ethos.

The Goolarri ‘reality based’ training program reflects not only our strong commitment to Indigenous development in the region, but more importantly our commitment to fostering new leaders in the area of communications, media and the arts.

Launch into a career in the radio, film & music industry.

Learn how to record and document community history.

Become a community leader.

You may be eligible for subsidised fees. To find out more, Drop in or Contact us [email protected]

Courses to consider

Certificate II in Leadership 52879WA

Provides individuals with the opportunity to develop themselves, working collaboratively within a team and the community, build networks and strive for meaningful outcomes. This qualification is a stepping stone for further studies.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements to gain entry into the Certificate II in Leadership. However an interview may be needed to determine your suitability.

Certificate II in Creative Industries CUA20220

A course for those interested in working in the Creative Arts Industry. You will learn about the industry and gain the basic skills and knowledge to pursue a ‘creative’ career. This qualification is a stepping stone for further studies.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements to gain entry into the Certificate II in Creative Industries. However an interview may be needed to determine your suitability.

Certificate III in Screen & Media CUA31020

A course for those wanting to gain skills in digital video, radio and online content creation, or a skilled assistant in the film and television production services who applies a broad range of competencies in a varied work context.

Entry Requirements

A formal application process. Interview with applicant before enrolment to determine the applicant’s knowledge, skill level, previous experience and other relevant attributes to ascertain their LLN needs.

Record and document Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community history AHCOCM404

A practical short course for anyone interested in learning how to record and undertake professional oral history interviews: Beginners, intermediate and advance, those wanting to gain an accredited oral history qualification.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements to gain admission into the oral history training. All students are required to obtain a Unique Student Identifier.

52879WA Certificate II in Leadership

Units available to study:

LWADEV202 Undertake self-development

LWADIV202 Promote a socially diverse environment

LWALDR202 Provide leadership in community and work settings

LWAPRO202 Contribute to a team project

LWAWOR202 Communicate in community and workplace settings

BSBPEF201 Support personal wellbeing in the workplace

BSBPEF202 Plan and apply time management

BSBTWK201 Work effectively with others

BSBWHS211 Contribute to the health and safety of self and others

CUACAM211 Assist with basic camera shoots

FSKDIG002 Use digital technology for routine and simple workplace tasks

 

CUA20220 Certificate II in Creative Industries

Units available to study:

BSBTWK201   Work effectively with others

CUAIND211    Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge

CUAWHS312 Apply work health and safety practices

BSBPEF101   Plan and prepare for work readiness

LWAWOR202 Communicate in community and workplace settings

CUAAIR211    Develop techniques for presenting information on air

CUARES201  Collect and organise content for broadcast or publication

CUASOU213  Assist with sound recordings

CUASOU214  Mix sound in a broadcasting environment

LWADIV202    Promote a socially diverse environment

RTO ID No: 51278

Goolarri Training is supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation.