Aboriginal Cultural Awareness, helping white Australian understand Aboriginals by connecting the dots with information and training
For individuals and organisations that provide a service to Aboriginal clients, that employ Aboriginal staff, that teach Aboriginal students or work with Aboriginal parents.
Answering Questions about Aboriginal Culture!
Human Resource Managers
Module 4-How do I Improve Aboriginal Staff Retention?
Retaining aboriginal staff in an accepting environment that appreciates their cultural heritage. This module helps HR Managers to better manage the well-being of Aboriginal staff, to lessen risk of staff turnover or work place issues and stress leave.
Managers & Supervisors
Module 5-What are the Best Practice Interview Techniques for Aboriginal people?
This module gives HR Managers the skills to get the best out of interviewing Aboriginal applicants and neutralising politically incorrect land mines, leading you to choosing the right person for your organisation.
Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for All Staff
Module 1-Why is Aboriginal Culture still relevant today?
This module is the framework of knowledge required to understanding Indigenous People
Module 7-How do I Normalise Aboriginal Culture in the Workplace?
This module is for the HR Managers, “Cultural Champions” or RAP facilitators in the workplace. Aboriginal people are “black” every day of the year, not just NAIDOC time. They face overt or ignorant discrimination every day of the year. It doesn’t take much to normalise Aboriginal culture in the workplace to counter this.
Engaging Better with Aboriginal Clients
This module is required to improve case management, legal representation and parent/teacher relationships.
This module is aimed at front-line staff to improve their interactions with Aboriginal clients and managing difficult behaviours.
Module 6-How do I create productive partnerships with Aboriginal Communities?
This module is necessary for an organisation wanting to overcome the obstacles of Aboriginal communities that are sick of do gooders, are frustrated with organisation that want to take without giving, of “black knowledge” being taken and then recycled as “white knowledge”., are suspicious of the motives of non Indigenous organisation with Indigenous funding.