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Quarterly newsletter June 2017

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  • Jul 07, 2017

Welcome to our quarterly newsletter.

We've got lots and lots of exciting new things to share with you, updates on the training available to individuals and organisations and some great new resources to support your learning.



The BlackCard Team

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Calling for expressions of interest

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  • May 23, 2017

Accredited training on offer to be a

Cultural Tour Guide.

All you need is a current resume and a deadly attitude.

BlackCard is 100% Aboriginal owed and operated business. We are expanding
our business in the tourism industry and wish to engage our own mob to
become part of our business.

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BlackCard releases new website, online learning portal and smart phone app

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  • Oct 31, 2016

BlackCard is very proud to present the new BlackCard website, BlackCard Learning Portal and BlackCard Lexicon smart phone app. These have each been developed to give BlackCard’s client’s convenient and faster access to its complete suite of services. The website now contains a secure “Stripe” payment facility, to give our clients fast access to BlackCard courses, and purchase memberships to the BlackCard Learning Portal.

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Cultural Capability Framework

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  • Jan 27, 2015

BlackCard have finalised our first ever Cultural Capability Framework which will guide the Commonwealth Bank Group with their recently launched “Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan’. The Framework is based on Aboriginal Terms of Reference (ATR) using Aboriginal Approaches to Knowledge, guided by the BlackCard elders. This exciting piece of work will be truly unique and possibly the first Institution in this country to adopt ATR across all the Business Units right across the Group.

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BlackCard PIR Report

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  • Jan 27, 2015

BlackCard PIR Report Now Available To The Public…..

BlackCard and Gallang Place have launched a report on “Engaging Elders and community members to improve services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with long term severe mental health needs. Partners in Recovery (PIR) report was commissioned by Medicare Local Greater Metro South Brisbane.

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