INDIGENOUS TRAINING, CONSULTING & MENTORING
Nomuckerlener is an Indigenous business that was created from over a decade of experience in the education and Indigenous services space.
Nomuckerlener Indigenous Training, Consulting & Mentoring aims to provide services that help improve businesses and individuals understanding of Indigenous culture, workmates and clients to help provide a better work environment for all.
Nomuckerlener all provides services to help Indigenous people excel in the workplace
through mentoring, workshops and
Cultural Awareness Training.
Nomuckerlener means Stingray. The stingray is our Tasmanian Family totem.
Japanangka errol West
The kookaburra represents my fathers spirit animal.
"Philosophy is the pursuit of wisdom and those that are barefooted and touching the ground are at the core of Philosophy"
Japanangka errol West
ABOUT JILLIAN WEST
Owner of Nomuckerlener Indigenous Training, Consulting & Mentoring
Jill is a proud Palawa woman from the Islands of Bass Strait and Proud Bunurong woman from Point Nepean born in Victoria with a lengthy career supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in work, education, and support in their life journey.
Jill from Nomuckerlener has worked extensively in the Indigenous space for 20 years and is strongly committed to working alongside community organisations, developing partnerships, and building cultural capacity. Jill strives to give Aboriginal people a voice through mentoring employment and education with the aim of closing the gap.
Jill says 'I am a Mother, a Daughter, a Sister, a Aunty and an Grandmother, however more than anything I am a proud Aboriginal woman and I want to see my people succeed in employment and education so the world can see just how amazing our people are and how living in two worlds can be achieved'.
Jill's passion comes from her mother and father. Jill's father is Japanangka errol West, who left a legacy in the education field for Aboriginal people. He was known as the education warrior. Jill says 'I follow his footsteps, and everyday he walks alongside me in the Dreamtime. In his Thesis he wrote “I first acknowledge the motivation to write, is the obligation I have to all my beautiful children. There are twelve living and some in the spiritual world and to them I dedicate this thesis with the expectation that their lives overall will be richer than mine", this is something I try to carry on in my own work. I richer for I am Aboriginal and have a culture that is both tangible and intangible in both worlds. The best journey we can have is the journey of our self within culture.'