Supporting the development of emerging Indigenous leaders.
Melbourne Poche Leadership Program
London, 20-26 May 2018
The Poche Leadership Fellows Program is tailored to meet the needs of Indigenous early career professionals with a health focus across higher education, government, health service delivery and community sectors. The interactive Program brings together Fellows and helps foster networks and collaboration.
The second module of three saw participants visit London, the heart of the empire to re-imagine how they each view their leadership. The purpose was to engage with the city, challenge what the participants see, to be challenged by what they see and to engage intellectually with the history, the present, the privilege and the disruption.
Leadership Fellows Program
The Melbourne Poche Leadership Fellows Program supports the development of emerging Indigenous leaders in academic, policy, clinical and research roles in Higher Education institutions, government, health delivery and the community sector.
Poche Leadership Portal
Our Fellows are outstanding individuals with incredible knowledge, skills, interests and talents to assist you in representing and strengthening Indigenous health leadership in your industry or organisation.
The Familiarisation Program, our annual fully-funded program introducing prospective Indigenous PhD students to the University of Melbourne, preparing them for graduate research study has now been run for 2019.
The Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education conducts two graduate programs:
Professional Certificate in Indigenous Research, and the Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Research and Leadership.