Expressions of interest

The CRCNA has the flexibility to allocate funding towards research projects using different Expressions of Interest processes at different times throughout the year. These are:

Open funding calls

  • The CRCNA outlines the research focus and critical research questions to be addressed by projects submitted through an open Expressions of Interest process where research proposals are assessed on their merits.

Targeted funding calls

  • The CRCNA outlines the details of a specific research question or project and seeks suitably qualified candidates to deliver specific outcomes within an agreed budget.

General EOI submission guidelines

  • Our general EOI guidelines are available to read here.

Current funding calls for Expressions of interest

Targeted funding call

The CRCNA have committed to partnering with industry to create a multi- million investment prospectus for a pan-northern Australian research program that advances the strategic priorities identified in the Northern Australia Indigenous Development Accord (The Accord).

The program will consist of industry-led research and development to support a post-determination era focused on economically activating the Indigenous estate that meets Traditional Owner and Indigenous Business aspirations.  

This EOI is seeking proposals for collaborative research projects which deliver innovative solutions to activate the Indigenous estate and demonstrate capacity to grow and address the four focus priorities below. 

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Open funding call

The CRCNA have committed $5 million cash and would like to partner with industry and/ or organisations to create an investment envelope to support a pan-northern Australian research program which advances the strategic priorities identified in the Northern Australia Indigenous Development Accord (the Accord). The program will consist of industry-led research and development to support a post-determination era focused on economically activating the Indigenous estate.

This call for interested parties to co-invest with the CRCNA and research partners in Traditional Owner-led collaborations aligns with priorities identified in the (The Accord).

Please note: this is not an EOI for project proposals. An open funding call for project proposals will be released separately in early June 2022.  It is the CRCNA’s intention to work with project proponents and identified co-investors to progress R&D collaborations which meet the aims and objectives of the CRCNA.

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The CRCNA has partnered with RMIT Online to deliver a suite of industry-relevant short courses designed to revolutionise the digital capability of healthcare professionals across Northern Australia.

The six-week Future Skills short courses are project based and  provide in-depth insights on how to deliver high-quality patient care with technology and ways to plan and integrate technology into various healthcare settings and teams.

This is a great opportunity for staff professional development.

A minimum number of learners are required to run the course. If numbers are not achieved, courses will be deferred.

There are 3 courses on offer :

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