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  1. About our courses

    by ORIC's Certificate IV in Business (Governance). Who is our training for? The training courses ... and outcomes Our principal training objectives are to: improve the skills of potential and existing directors ... for directors—available through mainstream and Indigenous-specific providers. The range of courses on offer are designed

    Created: 6 June 2013

  2. Service-charter_2009_v3-1.pdf

    The public register provides useful information about corporations and can be accessed from our website. Who ... 16 Bowes Place WODEN ACT 2606 Complaints about ORIC If you are not satisfied with our services you ... to hear what you think about our service. The following form will help you to give us your feedback.

    Available at: Service charter

    Created: 2 December 2016

  3. About the Registrar

    On this page Position and powers ORIC Our purpose Our vision Our key clients Portfolio agency ... The name ORIC was adopted from 1 May 2008. Back to top Our purpose Our purpose is to effectively administer ... and training to help corporations do the best job for their communities. Back to top Our vision Aboriginal

    Created: 6 June 2013

  4. About ORIC

    and their communities, as well as in the broader Australian society. Our vision is of well-governed corporations ... To achieve that vision, ORIC staff operate within a framework that covers: our regulatory approach the risks ... we identify how we categorise and prioritise cases how we measure our performance. Our work is also

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  5. Service charter

    comments. Complaints about ORIC If you are not satisfied with our services you can complain: by phone ... or by contacting us on our freecall number or by emailing us. How to contact us If you want to know more about ... Centraplaza, 16 Bowes Place, WODEN ACT 2606 Feedback form We would really like to hear what you think about our

    Corporate | Created: 13 June 2013

  6. Training

    is about healing and connecting our people back to country. I enjoy helping to run the corporation. I feel ... an ORIC training course. Participants reported either a significant or very significant increase ... of Introduction to Corporate Governance (ICG) workshops and accredited training courses. The calendar comes out

    Yearbook section | Created: 28 November 2016

  7. Training courses 2017–18

    Request training to learn about the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006, ... rule books and other aspects of good corporate governance. Find a scheduled course through the map ... below—or via the lists of locations, courses or dates. Please note that applications for each scheduled

    Created: 24 May 2017

  8. Supporting

    Scheduled courses are listed on the ORIC website at oric.gov.au/training with an online form to apply ... governance training. The range of courses on offer in 2016–17 was: Introduction to Corporate Governance ... locations Every year as part of our annual planning for training activities we analyse a range of factors

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  9. Overview

    about money and each month we feature a corporation on our website that is making a real difference ... a range of printed and online information about the CATSI Act and how corporations should run Other 66 FOI ... Islander corporations growing in capacity, capability and confidence. Our top 500 report shows

    Yearbook section | Created: 25 November 2016

  10. 16_0043_ORIC_yearbook_2015-16_v1-0_(training).pdf

    said, ‘Our corporation is about healing and connecting our people back to country. I enjoy helping ... achieved over 88 per cent satisfaction rating from all those who completed an ORIC training course ... Governance (ICG) workshops and accredited training courses. The calendar comes out in May and lists

    Available at: Training

    Created: 29 November 2016

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