Welcome to Goolarri Training.

 

At Goolarri Media we provide the opportunity for you to gain media skills and qualifications in a fully operational industry environment meshing national competency standards with a strong Indigenous ethos.

 

The Goolarri ‘reality based’ training program reflects not only our strong commitment to Indigenous development in the region, but more importantly our commitment to fostering new leaders in the area of communications, media and the arts.

 

  • CUF20107 Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media)
  • CUE20103 Certificate II in Live Production, Theatre and Events
  • CUF30107 Certificate III in Media
  • CUF40107 Certificate IV in Screen and Media
  • CUF50107 Diploma of Screen and Media

 

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CUF20107

 

Certificate II

 

in Creative

Industries

 (Media)

CUE20103

 

Certificate II

 

in Live Production,

 Theatre and Events

 

CUF30107

 

Certificate III

 

in Media

 

 

CUF40107

 

Certificate IV

 

in Screen

and Media

 

CUF50107

 

 Diploma

 

of Screen

and Media

 

CUF20107 Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media)

 

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a range of mainly routine tasks in the creative industry sectors, work under direct supervision, and use limited practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge in a defined context.

It is, in essence, a preparatory qualification that can be used as a pathway into CUF30107 Certificate III in Media.

 

Job roles

Community radio production assistant

Community television production assistant.

 

Core units (4)

 

Creative thinking

BSBCRT101A            Apply critical thinking techniques

 

Industry context

CUFIND201A            Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge

 

OHS

CUSOHS301A           Follow occupational health and safety procedures

 

Workplace effectiveness

BSBWOR203A          Work effectively with others

 

Electives (4)

Contact Goolarri for elective options

 

CUE20103 Certificate II in Live Production, Theatre and Events

 

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a range of mainly routine tasks and who work under direct supervision.

It is a flexible entry-level qualification, which can be customised to meet a broad range of industry needs.

 

Job roles

Front of house assistant in small venue

Lighting/audio/staging assistant.

 

Core unit (1)

OHS

BSBOHS201A           Participate in OHS processes

 

Electives (8)

Contact Goolarri for elective options

 

CUF30107 Certificate III in Media

 

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of contexts in the digital content industry. They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, and analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others.

 

Job roles

Animator

Digital artist

Interactive media author

Media asset producer

Web designer

 

Core unit (3)

Creative thinking

BSBCRT301A            Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills

 

Industry context

CUFIND301B            Work effectively in the screen and media industries

 

OHS

CUSOHS301A           Follow occupational health and safety procedures

 

Electives (8)

 

CUFAIR201A          Develop techniques for presenting information on radio

 

CUFAIR301A          Present radio programs

 

CUFCAM201A        Assist with a basic camera shoot

 

CUFPOS201A         Perform basic vision and sound editing

 

CUFSOU204A        Perform basic sound editing

 

CUVVSP12B           Produce digital images

 

CUSSOU201A        Assist with sound recordings

 

BSBDIV301A         Work effectively with diversity

 

CUF40107 Certificate IV in Screen and Media

 

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate the work of self and/or team in the film, television, radio and digital media industries.

 

Job roles

Animation/visual effects designer

Producer

Producer/presenter

Production manager

Cinematographer.

 

Core unit (5)

 

Communication

BSBCMM401A          Make a presentation

 

Creative thinking

BSBCRT402A            Collaborate in a creative process

 

Industry context

BSBREL401A            Establish networks

 

Management

BSBPMG510A           Manage projects

 

OHS

BSBOHS509A           Ensure a safe workplace

 

Electives (10)

Contact Goolarri for elective options

 

CUF50107 Diploma of Screen and Media

 

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate the work of self and/or team in the film, television, radio and digital media industries.

 

Job roles

Animation/visual effects designer

Producer

Producer/presenter

Production manager

Cinematographer

 

Core unit (5)

Communication

BSBCMM401A          Make a presentation

 

Creative thinking

BSBCRT402A            Collaborate in a creative process

 

Industry context

BSBREL401A            Establish networks

 

Management

BSBPMG510A           Manage projects

 

OHS

BSBOHS509A           Ensure a safe workplace

 

Electives (10)

Contact Goolarri for elective options

 

About Goolarri Media

 

Goolarri Media assists the development of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communications in the Kimberley region, supports the enhancement of Indigenous musicians throughout Western Australia, creates and produces valuable event activities for the entire community and delivers nationally accredited training in media and events management.

 

Through dedication, passion and a vision for the future Goolarri Media has grown in its capacity to become one of Australia’s most successful and diverse Indigenous media and communications organisations ensuring it remains at the forefront of digitising culture and community.

 

Goolarri Media Enterprises (GME) is a fully owned subsidiary of the Broome Aboriginal Media Association (BAMA). BAMA was launched in 1991 after ten years of community discussion about the need for an Indigenous media service for the rapidly growing town of Broome.

 

Over the past 22 years, GME has transitioned from a traditional media service to a broader training and capacity building organisation with a vision to close the gap for all Indigenous peoples across the Kimberley region.

 

Specifically GME assists the development of both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous media and communications sector in the Kimberley region, develops and manages events for the local community with a goal of creating stronger social cohesion across the diverse peoples of the Kimberley and ultimately, invests into Indigenous people through education, training and employment pathways, leveraging its RTO status.

 

Goolarri Media’s organisational objectives and success measures are summarised below:

 

 

Governance

 

“There has always been consensus on the Goolarri board,

never dissention.

People are committed, they know what they want and

they are passionate about the media”

 

Stephen ‘Baamba’ Albert, Chair BAMA

 

Our governance structure reflects our commitment to the Broome community and ensures accountability. Goolarri Media Enterprises is the 100% owned, not-for-profit proprietary limited company arm of the Broome Aboriginal Media Association (BAMA) Aboriginal Corporation. Goolarri Media has three directors, two from the organisation’s executive and one from the BAMA Board.

 

Goolarri Media represents the interests of BAMA. Through a Memorandum of Understanding the Company represents and manages the operations of BAMA. BAMA is responsible for policy decisions and long term planning of the operations, while the Company strategically implements both Corporations’ plans and manages the business on a daily basis.

 

The business (legal) structure is as follows:

 

BAMA: Incorporated under the CATSI Act.

 

GME: Proprietary Limited Company with A and B class shares. “A” class shares (dividends) owned by BAMA and “B” class shares owned jointly by the Directors and BAMA (no dividends).

The BAMA Board consists of nine Directors, who are elected by the members of the organisation for four year terms on a rotational. The current Chairperson of BAMA is Mr Stephen Albert and the Vice Chairperson is Ms Kathy Watson. The Board meets approximately every 6 weeks for a Board Meeting to discuss strategic policy issues and economic opportunities for both BAMA and Goolarri Media Enterprises. The BAMA and Goolarri Media Boards have delegated all operational responsibility to the Managing Director and they do not get involved in operational matters.  Board members are assigned portfolios and work with Goolarri staff in their portfolio area, providing strategic and cultural advice and assistance.

 

The Directors of Goolarri are Mr Kevin Fong, Mr Stephen Albert, and Ms Dot West. Between them they have a strong record of financial management, public service and experience as leaders, managers and Directors in the private and public sectors, the Indigenous cultural and the media industries

 

BAMA Board

 

  • Arnhem Hunter
  • Stephen Baamba Albert
  • Dianne Appleby
  • Kathy Watson
  • Kevin Puertollano
  • Michael Torres
  • Michael Albert
  • Nolan Hunter
  • Stephen Pigram

 

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Awards

 

Broome Aboriginal Media Association and Goolarri Media Enterprises BAMA and Goolarri Media Enterprises have been finalists and  winners in numerous regional, state and national awards for their  contribution to the community through media, health promotions, social marketing, training, events and overall service delivery to the community.

 

1998

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music Awards

Deadly Sounds

‘The Mary G Show”

 

2001

Ministers Awards for Excellence

Australian Apprenticeships

“Goolarri Media Enterprises”

 

2002

West Australian Screen Awards

Outstanding Achievement in a TV Series

“The Mary G Show”

 

Tuduwali Award

Film and Video

“The Mary G Show”

 

2003

Australian Institute of Management Training Excellence Awards

Small Business of the Year

“Goolarri Media Enterprises”

 

2004

Ministers Awards for Excellence

Australian Apprenticeships

“Goolarri Media Enterprises”

 

2005

Department of Health

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Awards

Health Promotion

“Catch and Cook”

 

 

Tuduwali Award

Contribution to Indigenous Media

Goolarri Media Enterprises – Dot West

 

2006

Museums Australia

Partnership Award

Broome Historical Society and Goolarri Media Enterprises for joint production of 5 historical videos

 

Ministers Awards for Excellence

Australian Apprenticeships Runner Up

“Goolarri Media Enterprises”

 

2007

Australian Video Producers Awards

TV Infomercial Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Faces and Places”

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

TV Commercial under $10,000 Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Drink Driving”

 

2008

Australian Video Producers Awards

Short Film Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Mungarri”

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

Documentary Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Opening the Common Gate”

 

Ministers Awards for Excellence

Australian Apprenticeships Runner Up

“Goolarri Media Enterprises”

 

Overall Winner

 

2009

Australian Video Producers Awards

TV Infomercial Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Shame”

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

TV Commercial under $10,000 Winner

Goolarri Media Enterprises “Don’t be stupid – wear a seatbelt”

2010

National Drug and Alcohol Awards

Excellence in Alcohol and other Drug Media Reporting

Goolarri Media Enterprises – AERF Campaign

 

Australia Video Producers Awards

Best Documentary Winner

“Talking Country 2” Series

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

Best Music Video Clip Winner

Naomi Pigram Band “Hurts to be me”

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

Best Special Event Winner

Kimberley Girl

 

2011

Shire of Broome

“Active Citizenship Award”

Community Group

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

Best TVC over $10,000

“Simple Science” Indigenous Ear Health

 

Australian Video Producers Awards

Education and Training

“Children First”

 

2012

Australian Video Producers Awards

Best overall commercial

FARE Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder “Women’s Project”

 

Regional Achievement and Community Awards

Service Award

 

Regional Achievement and Community Awards

Contact Us

 

General Business

 

Reception:

Phone: 9195 5333

Fax: 9195 5351

reception@gme.com.au

 

Visit Us

7-9 Blackman Street

Po Box 2708

Broome WA 6725

www.goolarri.com

 

 

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