Aboriginal Culture and Awareness
Participants in our sessions are typically motivated to understand how to better engage with Aboriginal people and demonstrate mutual respect in order to have more effective relationships.
We are currently delivering these session both online (3-hours) and in-house for groups of up to 50 people.
Both the online and in-person sessions are interactive, encourage reflection and inspire commitment towards Aboriginal cultural knowledge and understanding improvement. Delivered by Aboriginal leaders and experienced trainers, topics covered include:
- What are the barriers between Aboriginal peoples and non-Indigenous Australians?
- Significant moments in history that have shaped the way Aboriginal Australians are today.
- Cultural beliefs, customs and values and their role in mainstream Australian society.
- Contemporary vs traditional lifestyles’ connection to country, community and kinship.
- The importance of self-determination and identity.
Benefits and key outcomes of the workshops include proactivity in applying Aboriginal Cultural Awareness in your workplace or organisation; real and lasting change through understanding and empathy; improved lives/workplaces for aboriginal and non-aboriginal people and an opportunity to demonstrate your Reconciliation Action Plan (if relevant) in action.
Online or in person sessions can be booked for up to 50 people at a cost of $2,200+gst.
Alternatively, check our our events pages and register for one of our pubic sessions for as little as $58 per person.