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Memorandum of Understanding between the Aboriginal Housing Office and TAFE NSW

State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • MOU between the NSW AHO and TAFE NSW
  • Subject Matter:Education | Employment and Training | Health and Community Services |
    Summary Information:
    The Memorandum of Understanding between the Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO) and TAFE NSW ('the MOU') 'provides the means by which the AHO and TAFE NSW can work in partnership with communities to deliver flexible, appropriate and relevant training in construction and related works through the development of safe and healthy housing' (AHO 2003).

    The AHO developed the curriculum for a social housing training program specifically for Aboriginal people and Aboriginal communities. From 1998 to 2005, the program was known as 'HOME' ('Housing Our Mob Everywhere').

    Under the MOU, TAFE NSW delivers the content of the training program as part of an accredited course - Certificate IV Community Services (Social Housing).

    Related Entries

  • Aboriginal Housing Office (NSW) - Signatory
  • TAFE NSW - Signatory

  • References

    NSW Department of Education and Training and the NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (Inc) (2004) Ngalan-waru-maana Gurundi Miindalaygam NSW-a (Support for Aboriginal Education in New South Wales): Chapter 2 of the Review of Aboriginal Education (Yanigurra Muya: Ganggurrinyma Yaarri Guurulaw Yirringin.gurray - Freeing the Spirit: Dreaming an Equal Future)
    NSW Aboriginal Housing Office (c2005) Certificate IV Community Services (Social Housing) formerly HOME
    Aboriginal Education and Training Directorate (AETD) VET Services - Program Information
    Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2005) Indigenous housing indicators 2003-04


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