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Heavy Vehicle Driving Operations Skills Set Training Opportunity

The Wajarri Yamaji Aboriginal Corporation (WYAC) in partnership with the Department of Transport and Geraldton TAFE has the opportunity to offer up to 10 Wajarri People the chance to undertake training to qualify for their Heavy Rigid Class Licence. At the end of the training, you will also be a qualified forklift driver. Some of

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Calling all Wajarri Artists – Artwork Proposals Due by 28/3/24

The SKA Observatory (SKAO) are seeking artwork (including paintings, carvings, sculpture etc.) for a new travelling art exhibition called ‘Shared Sky’. The exhibition will first be displayed in South Africa later this year, and then will hopefully travel around the world (including Australia). It will include artworks by both Wajarri and South African artists. If

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Opportunity to be supported to get your C Class Driver’s Licence.

The Wajarri Yamaji Aboriginal Corporation, with funding provided by its business enterprise arm, Wajarri Enterprises Ltd, is offering young Wajarri People aged between 16 and 24 years the opportunity to be supported to gain their C Class Driver’s licence. WYAC is partnering with Desert to Coast Training and Assessing to provide this support. WYAC is

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Cultural Program

Dear Members, please be advised that the Cultural Program has been put on hold until further notice. Unless you receive an approval text message in the next few days your application has been put on hold.  Please do not contact the office unless you receive the approval text message and please be patient with our

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NAIDOC ART COMPETITION

An invitation to Wajarri Members This competition is open to artists and creative people of all ages who are Wajarri members.This includes our junior members. We encourage entrants to develop their artwork design based on conversations and interactions with their Elders. The winner of the first prize will be offered a $3000 commission to reproduce

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