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See below for a list of courses and educational groups where you can learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues.

Aboriginal Support Group - Manly Warringah Pittwater

The ASG host bi-monthly Information Nights, alternating between guest Aboriginal speakers and video/discussion nights. Learn first hand through these intimate and very interesting events. Everyone is welcome and there is no cost. For details on the next Information Night click here.

Become a member of our friendly group and learn about Indigenous issues through attending our bi-monthly meetings, reading our newsletter Elimatta and attending events. To find out more please visit About Us or Contact Us. Everyone is welcome.

Manly Warringah Community College Inc.

Reconciliation Learning Circles held through the College are self-managed discussion groups that meet weekly over two months to study materials developed by Adult Learning Australia and the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. The College also offers courses in Aboriginal Sites and Culture Awareness.
Level 2, 633 Pittwater Road
Dee Why NSW 2099
Phone: (02) 9970 1000
Fax: (02) 9970 6453


Technical & Further Education (TAFE) courses include: Aboriginal Education Assistants, Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Practices, Aboriginal Studies, Aboriginal Identity. Please visit the TAFE New South Wales website for more information:

Tranby Aboriginal College

The first and only independent, Aboriginal controlled adult education centre in Australia and the scene of a number of key issues in Indigenous activism. Courses for the Indigenous community include Aboriginal Studies, Legal Studies, and Development Studies. An Applied Aboriginal Studies course is available for members of the non-Indigenous community.
13 Mansfield Street
Glebe NSW 2037 Australia
Phone: +61 2 9660 3444 or freecall 1800 601 988
Fax: (02) 9660 1924

For more information on Aboriginal Cultural Awareness training contact the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC), the Anti-Discrimination Board or the NSW Reconciliation Council. Contact details for these organisations can be found under Organisations in the Resources section of the website.