1st ROUND OF APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED (22 December 2022)
Leading the Way is the AILC Scholarship Program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is a partnership between the AILC and our Scholarship Sponsors (see below).
The 2023 Leading the Way Program has 16 scholarships available for Certificate II and IV in Indigenous Leadership.
The scholarships are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants over 18 years and is offered nationally.
The Certificate IV and Certificate II include 14 and 8 Units of Competency respectively. Courses are delivered in three or four blocks depending on the qualification over three or four months. The training blocks cover the practical activities and theory of leadership. Courses may be delivered online, face-face or in a combination of both forms of learning.
Each block is delivered over three consecutive days either face-face or in a virtual classroom. Remaining assessment requirements are to be completed outside of the blocks, in the student's own time.
“I gained so much confidence from completing the Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership. I have been able to put myself forward for higher management duties which I will continue to do. I am proud of myself, who I am as an Aboriginal woman and my achievements. I now have the confidence in what I do and the motivation to be that role model for my family, friends and work colleagues.”
Ms Channelle Bennett, Kmart a Wesfarmers Business
Domino’s Give for Good Program has partnered with the AILC to sponsor:
6 Scholarship Opportunities for 2023.
At Domino’s we’re about more than just pizza. We’re about bringing people closer and supporting those within our local community. At Domino’s, we like to “Give for Good”.
Established in 2016, Domino’s registered charity Give for Good was founded on giving to causes that align with our values and that are at the heart of our business – Youth & Education, Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Rural Communities and Disaster Relief.
AILC partner Calleo Indigenous are excited to announce 10 Scholarship Opportunities for 2023.
Calleo Indigenous was established to deliver skilled resources to our clients whilst supporting Indigenous causes, including the enhancement of employment and career development opportunities. We are 50% owned by the Calleo Group and 50% owned by Melinda (Mel) Brown.
Since our founding in 2019, the Calleo Indigenous Community Fund has provided over $490,000 to assist our First Nation people, representing over 40% of our profit. We continue to support by focussing on five key sectors that assist in Reconciliation and ‘Closing the Gap’ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.
To apply for one of the six scholarships, please fill out the Leading the Way Application Form for the course you wish to apply for:
Leading the Way Application Form Certificate IV
Leading the Way Application Form Certificate II
Once you have completed the form, email [email protected]
For further information call Charlie Jia on 0438635359, or download the Leading the Way information package.
Follow these links for further information about the AILC's Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership and Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership.
1ST ROUND SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED (23rd December 2022)