WA RAP Supplier Diversity

WA RAP Supplier Diversity
Join us for the second of RAP events this year, to support our members with cultural awareness, employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and diversifying our networks.
A diverse network ensures engagement and employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on all landscape projects.  We will have two Industry experts talking to our members about;
Diversifying your network;
The benefits of engagement and employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on projects;
How to support engagement and employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people correctly; and
Examples of how this has been done on projects around WA.
 
Speakers
Tim Milsom - Executive Officer Noongar Chamber of Commerce
Tim is the former CEO of the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Buurabalayji Thalanyji Aboriginal Corporation. Tim owns a number of successful businesses and has been awarded both local and International Awards in Innovation and Export, through his UK interests.
Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to NCCI and has a passion to help businesses realise their vision.  Tim believes the NCCI is a key element needed to build and strengthen the Noongar Nation. He mentors individuals to help build their capacity and realise their dreams and goals.


Carol Innes - Manager Aboriginal Cultural Heritage & Arts

Carol is currently Co-Chair of Reconciliation WA and a Board member Art Gallery of WA. Carol has worked in not for profit organisations, arts and cultural organisations; State and Federal governments agencies and Aboriginal controlled community  organisations. She is a proud Noongar woman. Carol will speak to the Kaart Kaart Koort Waarnginy  framework and its recent iterations with Aboriginal Business Managers engaged on key projects.  


Purchasing a ticket will provide our members with a free guest pass with which we encourage our guests to bring along an Aboriginal business owner, consultant or likewise OR someone doing their own RAP in a different industry.  $25 Members $40 Non-Members.


By registering for this event you are subject to AILA's Delegate Conditions.  Contact the Carmen with any questions.
When
4/11/2020 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Where
Bilya Marlee Centre UWA School of Indigenous Studies Hackett Drive CRAWLEY WA 6009 AUSTRALIA

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