October 1, 2009
Kimberley Rangers were recognised at a graduation ceremony for their hard work and determination in completing their training.
Rangers from various groups across the Kimberley have successfully completed TAFE qualifications in Conservation and Land Management.
The course is designed to equip rangers with practical-on ground skills as well as expanding upon their theory-based knowledge.
KLC Chairman Tom Birch awarded certificates to rangers at a graduation ceremony at Gambanan, near One Arm Point. Hundreds of proud family members and friends gathered to applaud the rangers for their outstanding achievements.
The KLC congratulates the following Kimberley Rangers in completing various levels of their training:
Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management:
Wunggurr Rangers: Andrew Wungundin, Lloyd Nulgit, Rowan Nulgit.
Paruku IPA Rangers: Lachlan Johns and Jamie Brown.
Bardi Jawi Rangers: Kevin George and Dwayne George.
Karajarri Rangers: Preston Wright and John Hopiga.
Warlu Jilajaa Jumu IPA Rangers: Joesph Nugget and Frankie McCarthy.
Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management:
Bardi Jawi Rangers: Mark Shadforth, Nathan Sampi, Terry McCarthy and Trevor Sampi.