Courses for credit
Speaking Gamilaraay is taught at the University of Sydney, as it has been since 2006 [https://www.sydney.edu.au/units/INDG2005]. If you have questions about the Sydney course contact Tracey Cameron [firstname.lastname@example.org].
It is also taught at the Australian National University, where it can be done face-to-face and online by ANU students [https://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/2020/course/INDG2003]. The online courses is also available through Open Universities Australia [https://www.open.edu.au/subjects/australian-national-university-speaking-gamilaraay-1-anu-indg2003]. The OUA course can be part of a university degree or as stand-alone study. This course covers a substantial amount of material and students need to commit around 8-10 hours per week for study and completing assessments.
When there are sufficient enrolments ANU also offers Gamilaraay2 as an intensive winter course.
For more about the ANU courses contact John Giacon [email@example.com].
The College of Continuing Education at ANU offers a short, non-accredited course. The courses is online, for 2 hours each week over 8 or 9 weeks during school terms link.