Achievements

Some of our more recent achievements include:
Implementation of a range of health services (GP, dietician, physiotherapy)
Implementation of dental services
Successful tender for the Aboriginal Enterprise Development Officer (AEDO) program
Successful tender for the New Careers for Aboriginal People (NCAP) program
Cert 1V Accredited Training for our Board of Directors
WINNER (2013) Not for Profit Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC
WINNER (2013) Arts & Events Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC (for our achievements with Wupa@Wanaruah)
WINNER (2012) Indigenous Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC
WINNER (2011) Indigenous Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC
WINNER (2010) Highly Commended & Indigenous Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC
WINNER (2009) Highly Commended & Indigenous Business of the Year – Hunter Region BEC
successful tendering in the DEEWR Indigenous Employment Panel
successful tendering in the DEEWR Indigenous Business Panel
development and growth of sustainable Indigenous businesses
WUPA@Wanaruah Art Exhibition (now in its fifth year)
coordination of Drayton Coal contract
responsive website created – for mobiles, tablets and desktop computers.

Taasha Layer, CEO Ungooroo, receives an award from BHP Billiton

Our history reflects an ongoing list of achievements that have made Ungooroo Aboriginal Corporation what it is today. Some of our long-term achievements include:
creation of a Welcome Centre
development of Awabakal medical services at the CWA Hall
inclusion of optometrist services
development of Wandiyali Womens Group
implementation of the Community Development Employment Program (CDEP)
completion of governance training for all board members
development of a regular diabetes clinics.
Our services reflect our commitment to the ongoing development of Indigenous skills, including:
the creation of job-ready workshops
the creation of business focussed workshops
the implementation of basic computer-literacy courses.