This course covers recording and document community history and defines the standard required to:
- prepare for interviews and group sessions
- conduct both individual and group interviews to elicit a wide range of information
- take notes and details of conversations for further reference and to source supporting information
- transcribe and edit information, accessing supporting documentation where possible
- store recorded media and transcripts to maintain recording quality and accuracy and security and privacy requirements.
This course would apply to those who record oral and community history for natural and cultural resource management purposes. A high level of cultural awareness and the need to observe cultural protocols are important parts of the process. This course will comply with community protocols and guidelines, and is supported by elders and custodians of country.
- Knowledge Assessment
- Practical Assessments
- 1 day face to face training and self-paced project