Pilot: Indigenous Tourism Business Quality and Skills project
Successful grant recipient (the William Angliss Institute) announced. Project commenced.
About the project
The Indigenous Tourism Business Quality and Skills project has been developed through the Strategic Tourism Investment Grants program.
This project will fund the development and delivery of a tailored business skills curriculum at the National Indigenous Training Academy located at Ayers Rock Resort. The project aims to advance the training and employment of Indigenous people in the tourism and hospitality industries, assist the growth of an authentic Indigenous tourism experience and stimulate Indigenous tourism enterprise and product development.
The William Angliss Institute will be responsible for ensuring that the project continues after the Strategic Tourism Investment Grants funding period—either under their own management or by establishing other suitable ongoing governance arrangements.
Grant applications to deliver the Indigenous Tourism Business Quality and Skills project opened on 23 November 2011 and closed on 5 January 2012.
On 29 March 2012, the Minister for Tourism announced that the William Angliss Institute had been selected to deliver this project. The project is expected to be completed no later than December 2013.
Grants and funding
The William Angliss Institute will receive a Strategic Tourism Investment Grant of $1 million (excl GST) to deliver the Indigenous Business Quality and Skills Project.
The following table lists the project documentation for the Indigenous Tourism Business Quality and Skills project.
For more information about the Indigenous Tourism Business Quality and Skills project, email the T-QUAL Grants team at firstname.lastname@example.org.