Alumni Profile: Jordan Mogridge

Jordan Mogridge recently completed the online Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership with the AILC. Unsure of what to expect, Jordan was pleased to find that the course allowed plenty of opportunity for discussion and knowledge sharing. Read more

Calleo Indigenous supporting leadership education

Specialist human resources company Calleo Indigenous is partnering with the AILC to offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander emerging leaders an opportunity to further their skills and knowledge through education. Calleo are offering up to ten scholarships per year for study in one of the AILC's accredited leadership courses. Read more

Scholar Profile: Cecilia McKenzie

Cecilia McKenzie is a proud Wiradjuri woman and classically trained vocalist who has performed on multiple stages across Australia. Cecilia is also a recipient of one of the ten AILC Calleo Scholarships offered this year. Read Cecilia's reflections on her study experience with AILC. Read more

Partnership with Shell Australia

This exciting new partnership will deliver leadership and governance training in Shell's Queensland and Western Australia areas of operation. The programs will be co-designed with communities and delivered by AILC trainers over the next three years. Read more

Leading the Way Scholarship Program

Leading the Way is a scholarship program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is a partnership between the AILC and our Scholarship Sponsors (see below). The 2023 program has 16 scholarships available for Certificate II and IV in Indigenous Leadership. Read more

CEO Update August 2021

Like so many, I am currently living in lockdown on Ngunnawal Country.  This past fortnight I have drawn inspiration and joy from our Paralympians.  Especially the achievements of four athletes who are not only winning medals but are also breaking records Read more

Anindilyakwa Future Leaders

An update from AILC trainer, Timmy Duggan, on how the Groote Eylandt leadership program is going so far. Read more

Who are Program Leaders?

Meet our Program Leaders! Read more

CEO Update July 2021

Updates and reflections from Robyn Forester, AILC CEO. It's been an incredible month for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander athletes and a thought provoking NAIDOC Week. Read more

Leadership Workouts

Rapport is one of the more powerful tools that we can have in our leadership tool kit.  AILC CEO, Robyn Forester, shares some tips on building rapport. Read more

NAIDOC Week message

The NAIDOC 2021 theme – Heal Country! – calls for all of us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction. AILC Chair, Cath Brokenborough, shares her thoughts on the importance Healing Country Read more

CEO Update May 2021

Updates and reflections from AILC CEO, Robyn Forester. This month Robyn turns her attention to great Aboriginal women leaders for inspiration. Read more

Kimberley Women's Roundtable

"It is time to amplify our voices … we are the matriarchs of our families and communities and we need to be determining what our future looks like," Kimberly Aboriginal Women's Roundtable participants. Read more

Future Leaders Program

The Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre is working with the Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) and mining company South32 to launch a program designed to enable and empower the next generation of leaders on Groote Eylandt. Read more

CEO Update February 2021

I'm so grateful 2021 has started!   Whilst 2020 taught us a lot, it was a tough year for many.  However, we did learn to be resilient, resourceful, patient and grateful. Read more