Propose appropriate uses of traditional customs

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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Identify the role of traditional customs in indigenous communities

1.1. Specific impacts of traditional customs on a local community are investigated.

1.2. The impact of role delineation of indigenous men and women on land management practices is defined according to community protocols.

1.3. Current customs are compared with those of pre-European settlement to determine any impacts on the management of country.

2. Outline impact of native title rights and interests recognised under non-Indigenous law

2.1. Implications of the potential conflict of interest between people exercising their native title rights, which are in contravention of non-indigenous law, are investigated.

2.2. Instances where people exercising their native title rights are contained within non-indigenous law are outlined.

2.3. The limitations placed on the exercise of native title rights and interests by other valid grants of title under non-indigenous law, and how these different rights and interests in land might coexist are determined.

2.4. The implications of the potential conflict of interest between the exercise of native title rights and interests and the rights of others with interests in land are assessed.

2.5. Ramifications of the outcomes of practicing traditional customs and native title are discussed.

3. Propose appropriate applications of traditional customs

3.1. Situations involving traditional customs or native title which result in ethical implications in carrying out responsibilities are identified.

3.2. The use of traditional customs as an alternative to or in conjunction with mainstream legal and management systems is outlined.

3.3. Advice for legal representatives regarding the integration of traditional customs and mainstream legal and management systems is outlined.


Qualifications and Skillsets

AHCILM301A appears in the following qualifications:

  • AHC31510 - Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management
  • AHC31410 - Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management