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chapterposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Bronwyn FredericksBronwyn Fredericks, Tasha LameyTasha Lamey, Marina MikeczMarina Mikecz
The Community Aspirations Program in Education (CAP-ED) was started by CQUniversity’s Office of Indigenous Engagement in 2013. CAP-ED’s aim was to focus on building aspirations through small manageable learning projects, and to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students’ participation in higher education. Initially the scope of the project was to develop and deliver an accredited certificate-level program to help Indigenous students transition into tertiary education by a) improving pathways and b) addressing their current knowledge gaps. However, the initial investigatory process and community consultation found that a more localised, targeted and intimate approach would work more effectively. In addition, a free or affordable certificate course that would meet community needs was beyond the financial scope of the project. From here, the Office of Indigenous Engagement began to explore other possibilities.
Number of Pages3
PublisherQueensland Widening Participation Consortium
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Qld.
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External Author AffiliationsOffice of Indigenous Engagement;