RISE-Ngurratjuta, located in the South West Alice, North and Barkly Regions, is a joint venture creating job opportunities and supporting social infrastructure.
We service the needs of many communities from Mutitjulu (surrounding Uluru), Kaltukatjara – Docker River (WA Border), Imanpa (SW of Alice Springs), Tennant Creek and Elliott through the Community Development Programme. Working with local community, we assist local enterprise development and build leadership skills in our youth.
We listen and will seek out your voice
We are humble in our approach
We will foster opportunities for all
Community Development Programme
The Community Development Programme (CDP) supports job seekers in remote Australia to build skills, address barriers and contribute to their communities through skills training, supporting social infrastructure and real infrastructure.
CDP is a vehicle for change for communities and individuals.
Engagement and Community Advisory boards shape our service delivery so that the focus is on community and individual outcomes that are aligned with our stakeholders and customers.
RISE-Ngurratjuta partners with other community organisations and services to deliver locally-focused projects. Both RISE Ventures and Ngurratjuta run vibrant service delivery in remote Australia.
CDP leads to jobs. Structured training and hands on learning ensures our engaged participants are ready for work. Even in a small community we identify employment prospects and create opportunities for sustainable employment.
Business incubation and innovation
The world is changing and so too is the economy of a unique part of remote Australia. RISE-Ngurratjuta supports makerspaces and hubs for the local community to participate in building small business enterprises. This region is rich with culture, artistry and creativity that we can showcase to the world.
Engaging eligible community members, we design and deliver work-like activities that benefit the community. CDP offers unique local activities that not only increase our client’s skills but support the community’s vision for their future.