Student Program

Explore Futures in Bushfoods

Unearth sustainable land use skills and bush food production through our Bush Foods and Traditional Landcare Online Microcredential.

Explore Futures in Bushfoods


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Bendigo Tech School

Learning Program Overview

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In collaboration with local Indigenous group Nalderun, this online program offers a unique perspective on bush foods, blending traditional knowledge with modern insights.


What is a microcredential?

A microcredential is a short, focused online learning experience. It is awarded upon completion of assessment and provides the opportunity to collect a digital badge. This badge can be used online such as on a CV, website or LinkedIn and can instantly verify the learning to potential educators or employers.



  • A 90 minute online self directed course for students
  • A 15 minute online teachers guide


Student Outcomes:

  • Gain an understanding of the origins and use of several bush foods.
  • Be introduced to Indigenous seasons and how to listen to Country.
  • Gain an overview of First Nations history and culture in relation to bush foods.
  • Understand the need for respect and acknowledgement when using First Nations knowledge in relation to bush foods.
  • Develop own Acknowledgement of Country.
  • Be encouraged to learn more about the First Nations mob local to them.

Get in touch

Contact us

03 5444 7113
Level 3, Engineering & Technology Building,
La Trobe University,
Sharon Street, Flora Hill