Saddlery course: Carlindi Station

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Author: Donovan, K.

Abstract:

Strelley, in the Pilbara region, is the centre of a group of stations leased by the Nomads Charitable Foundation for the Aboriginal people of the area. Carlindi Station is one of the pastoral leases managed by the Strelley Organisation. The aims of this course were to teach the care, maintenance and repair of all leather gear associated with stock work on cattle stations. The on site course lasted four weeks, and was organised by TAFE Aboriginal Access.

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Subjects: Adult and community education; Culture and society; Demographics; Indigenous people; Providers of education and training; Skills and knowledge; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Adult education; Community development; Community education; Minority group; TAFE; Skill development; Job skill; Adult learning; Indigenous education; Training program

Geographic subjects: Western Australia; Australia; Oceania

Published: Perth, Western Australia: Education Department, Technical Education Division, Aboriginal Access, 1983

Physical description: 1 v. (various pagings)

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Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/WA 8.07

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