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Kapooka bound

This year for the first time Batchelor Institute have worked alongside the Army to deliver not one but two Army Indigenous Development Programs. In July, we were able to graduate 31 trainees and with our latest Graduation ceremony last week, we celebrated the success of 15 more traine
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Next wave of Aboriginal trainees head to Kapooka

Batchelor Institute CEO Professor Robert Somerville AM FIML with AIDP Graduate July 14th 2017. Image: Stevi Thomas   Graduates from the Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP) in the Northern Territory are wasting no time in carving out careers in Australia’s defence force. Th
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Indigenous recruits start Army training

The latest round of AIDP trainees at Batchelor Institute’s campus. Image:  Chelsea Heaney.   The latest intake of Indigenous Army recruits have started their training at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education in the Northern Territory. Over thirty Aborigin
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Army Indigenous Trainees Tackle Mimosa Threat

AIDP Trainees, mentors and TNRM staff on a field trip to Djukbinj National Park on the Arnhem Highway   Trainees from the Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP) have been lending a hand to the Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) bio control project to reduce the dama
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Indigenous Trainees Graduate From Army Development Program

Chief of Army Lieutenant General Angus J. Campbell DSC AM addressing AIDP trainees at the 2016 graduation ceremony   On Friday August 26th, Batchelor Institute celebrated the graduation of 33 trainees from the Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP). AIDP is run in partnership
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Groundbreaking Program Increasing Indigenous Army Recruits

2016 Army Indigenous Development Program Trainees at the Batchelor Institute campus   The Army Indigenous Development Program (AIDP), being run at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, is significantly increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isla
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