Australian Rural Leadership Program

APPLY FOR COURSE 25

Applications are closed for Course 25.

What does it involve?

The Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) is a 15-month program which takes place over five sessions, across Australia and Indonesia.

We take over 30 diverse leaders from across rural, regional and remote Australia, on a series of unique experiences to develop their leadership capabilities.

You will undertake five face-to-face sessions in locations across Australia, including the remote Kimberley region in Western Australia and Indonesia. We provide additional development via flexible learning.

You will develop:

  • your personal effectiveness
  • your understanding of ethics, values and social responsibility
  • your leadership thinking
  • your industry, community and regional engagement
  • ongoing diverse relationships for peer support across sectors and regions

 

You should apply

If you are a leader:

  • from or working for rural, regional and remote Australia
  • with a genuine commitment to the ‘greater good’ of rural, regional and remote Australia.

 

What does it cost?

Scholarships of $55,000 plus GST are provided by our sponsors.

Your contribution is $5,000 plus GST towards program costs and for lifetime membership of the Network of Fellows.

 

Key dates

The program commences in July 2018 and finishes in October 2019.

These dates are an indication only and are subject to change.

When

Where

Details

23 July – 4 August 2018Darwin NT and Kimberley WACommencement of Course 25
10 – 17 November 2018Regional Location in AustraliaTBC
February 2019Case Study SessionApprox. 7 days
May/June 2019Indonesia TripApprox. 14 days
October 2019Canberra, ACTApprox. 7 days

Graduation

 

 

Qualification

Participants can elect to undertake a Graduate Certificate of Rural Leadership from James Cook University, while participating in the ARLP.

 

How to sign up

You need to complete our application form online. Applications are closed.

 

Highlights of the program

Some of the educational highlights include:

  • An experiential component (to build a common, yet novel experience; develop relationships; facilitate problem-solving; take individuals outside their “comfort zone”; facilitate reliance of others as well as self)
  • Real situations (with the group working towards a goal that is of benefit to their organisations, industries and stakeholders more broadly)
  • Critical thinking (builds processes of taking in and assessing information in terms of higher order issues; reflects upon information in terms of diverse interests and needs; sees potential; manages ambiguity and complexity; questions assumptions)

 

More information

Please contact us for further information on 02 6281 0680 or email info@rural-leaders.org.au

 

Honestly, there’s not a week that goes by that I don’t draw on something that I learned as a result of the ARLP Lisa Dwyer, ARLF Fellow
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