Frank looks forward to future business after AIC program

FRANK Cowell, 42, wants to better his life, put a business certificate to his name and have a job to call his own.

The Rockhampton man enrolled at the Australian Indigenous College on Wednesday after he decided it was time to try to make his own way in the world of business.

Frank said the new programs in Rockhampton gave him the perfect opportunity to study in a way which allowed him to reach his full potential.

"I came along to the open day and they told me to sign up and I thought why not," Frank said.

"It's quite a big change, to get into doing courses which I haven't done before."

Frank said the program would keep his mind active while working towards his goal of setting up a cultural business in Woorabinda to help out younger kids.

"It's something to do, you know. I want to get into the business side of things so I'm doing the course to try to get a business certificate to make my own business," he said.

"I want to better my life and try to get a business going… something to call my own because before this I was doing nothing."

Frank is excited to see how he goes when he starts his new course.



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