Rangers

INLOC have extensive expertise in establishing, training, mentoring and supporting indigenous ranger groups in both Australia and PNG.

INLOC staff are unrivalled in their collective experience in delivery of in-location ranger, community development worker and eco-guide training designed specifically for indigenous trainees, in Australia, New Guinea, and the South Pacific. We specialise in working in remote and isolated areas, under harsh or hazardous conditions. INLOC stands alone in its capacity to train in challenging environments.

We excel in utilising instructional techniques tailored to suit the specific groups involved, and focus on providing the training in-location, in the actual environments where the rangers, development officers or eco-guides will work. Skills taught can lead to international-standard qualifications if required, such as the award of Certificates in Conservation and Land Management (CALM) or Tourism.

Our ranger training is a fusion of our ability to engage, instruct and operate with indigenous community members, together with our knowledge and expertise in the specific operating requirements of indigenous ranger or eco-guide groups. INLOC can deliver culturally-sensitive training for female community members, and youth ranger programs. We specialise in providing training to students with low Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) proficiency.

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