Partner Programs

Working with the community

Community-ngka Tjungu Wakaringanyi

Empowered Communities 

Empowered Communities

RASAC is a founding member, and co-chair, of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Lands Empowered Communities interim Regional Steering Committee (iRSC).

‘Empowered Communities seeks to create a genuine and balanced partnership between Indigenous organisations, government and corporate Australia, where everybody is working together on a level playing field and towards a shared strategy.’

— Andrea Mason, CEO, NPY Lands Women’s Council

For more information, visit Empowered communities 

 

Jawun 

Jawun

The Jawun program brings skilled staff from corporate, government and philanthropic organisations around Australia and pairs them with Indigenous organisations in a two-way learning process to affect real change.

RASAC has been a proud participant of this program since 2015 and has worked with many secondees who have brought diverse skills to our organisation and delivered much needed services.

Below is a list of secondees along with a brief summary of the work they contributed while at RASAC:

 

Kaylene Rutherford

Kaylene Rutherford, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) – Round 1, 2017

  • Updated and redesigned RASAC website
    • Selected new template and redesigned look and feel
    • Edited content, took new photos and videos for the website
    • Created YouTube channel to host videos
  • Researched a ‘cloud’ solution for shared files and recommended a new file structure and naming convention for the online filing system.

Nicola Bristow

Nicola Bristow – Australian Tax Office (ATO) – Round 4, 2016

  • Updated and customised RASAC Employee Training Manager Database
  • Drafted a skills audit for housing repairs and maintenance work
  • Drafted a Foundation Construction Skills Training Plan for upskilling Anangu workers for housing repairs and maintenance work

Tim Ribet (Insurance Australia Group (IAG)) & Miah Gibson (Australian Government) – Round 2, 2016

Tim Ribet (Insurance Australia Group (IAG)) & Miah Gibson (Australian Government) – Round 2, 2016

  • Assisted in creation of short video presentations and posters for Community Patrols program which included the following key messages:
    • Keep tji-tji at home at night
    • Community patrols are your friends
    • Community patrols work with everyone

Kathleen Si'ulua, Australian Public Service Commission – Round 4, 2015

Kathleen Si'ulua, Australian Public Service Commission – Round 4, 2015 

  • Assisted with establishment of new Community Patrols Program across the APY Lands.
  • Community Patrollers work with the community, other service providers and police to improve community safety. The patrol program has been established in response to strong representations from communities to set up local patrols to help make their communities safer.
  • Kathleen spent half her time in Alice Springs office and the other half on the APY Lands based in Umuwa and travelling to Amata, Pukatja, Kaltjiti and Inwantja.

Brendan O’Shea, Australian Tax Office – Round 1, 2016

Brendan O’Shea, Australian Tax Office – Round 1, 2016 

  • Piloted RPL processes for establishment of accredited training program for Community Patrol teams
  • Mentored Assistant Coordinato

Sandy Elliott, Bank SA – Round 3, 2015 

  • Developed promotional materials to promote the RASAC brand such as:
    • Signage for RASAC Community Depots
    • Signage for RASAC projects
    • Promotional merchandise – eg key rings re RASAC Workshop
    • Uniforms for new Community Patrols teams

Erin Townsend, IAG – Round 2, 2015

Erin Townsend, IAG – Round 2, 2015 

  • Created HR Resources for Anangu Workers, including:
    • Work, Health & Safety resources
    • New Worker Induction Program

Emma Webb – Westpac – Round 1, 2015 

  • Implemented a new business stream for Plant Hire, including:
    • Business documents
    • Inventory of equipment
    • Hire Contract
    • Privacy Statement
    • Identified new business opportunities

 

For more information, visit Jawun 

 

 

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