We say yindyamarra to the land, all traditional custodians and our elders past and present.
Yindyamarra is the essence in who we are and is embedded in the solutions we have designed to enable our First Nations to thrive.
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Dept of Home Affairs
"Deadly job speaking from your personal experience and continuously going back and reminding people this is your experience and also speaking of positive educational opportunities"
Dept of Workplace Relations
"I now have a better understanding of the issues that are affecting the First Nations"
Australian Institute of Health and Wellbeing
"I attended a few cultural appreciation courses before but I have to say this was the best one I had so far. I really enjoyed it"
"I love how complex issues were communicated and delivery was awesome in the style of banter/conversation between Clinton and Darren"
Who we are
Brothers Clinton Scott-Knight and Darren Knight are Wiradjuri/Ngunnawal men and are the Managing Directors of the National Indigenous Training Employment Solutions (NITES)
We are passionate about our culture, leadership and education and welcome close relationships with corporate, government and the wider community.
We have over 50 years combined experience in Aboriginal affairs, holding several senior management positions at national, state and community levels in both public and private sectors.
Why we do it
We aspire to serve the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community by:
building capabilities through leadership, mentoring and personal professional development
transforming the way the public and private sector interact and view Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Working side by side we provide cultural capability solutions that are guaranteed to build an appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Islander peoples customs, cultures and traditions.
We pride ourselves on having the ability to design and implement programs that will create opportiunites for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities to thrive
How we do it
By building cultural appreciation, accountability and social inclusion through specialised training and strategic approaches we:
transform how the public and private sectors interact and view Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
build relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, communities and business
create environments that are respectful
provide opportunities for industry growth and development
foster workplaces that are culturally safe
build pathways to success