Christine & Taryn
Claire with Jodi
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Jesse & Doug

Oral History Western Australia (OHWA) is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit body which offers a range of services to its members including events, training opportunities and equipment hire.

The organisation is a state member of Oral History Australia (OHA) and is dedicated to promoting the ethical practice of oral history, a research methodology widely used in academia, professional historian services, communities and the media.

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2021 OHA AGM

The annual general meeting of Oral History Australia (OHA) was held online on Thursday 14 October 2021. OHA President...

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Join us for a fabulous evening with Bill Bunbury as we have our final meeting for the year. Wednesday 1st December 5.30pm - 7.00pm at the State Library of WA. RSVP to contact@oralhistorywa.org.au

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LEARN PROFESSIONAL ORAL HISTORY PRACTICE
ACCREDITED ORAL HISTORY TRAINING in ARDROSS PERTH 13th and 14th November 2021.
Interested in learning how to interview to hear the best stories from family and friends?
Want to learn about cultural protocols and how to use recording equipment?
Elaine Rabbitt (PhD Oral History) will deliver the nationally accredited oral history training over two days on 13th and 14th November at Ardross in Perth, with Doug Ayre.
Elaine has developed the oral history training package for AHCILM404 Record and document Community History, drawn from the wealth of oral history teaching materials that are available in Australia and overseas.
Too busy to treat yourself to a weekend of oral history – think again?
This is a rare opportunity to immerse yourself in the practicalities of oral history and gain nationally recognised certification. This is a stepping stone for further learning and possible employment opportunities.
Course costs: $395 (ex GST)
For further information or to register please contact Elaine Rabbitt via email: elaine.rabbitt@gme.com.au, or phone: 08 91949999
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