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CULTURAL AWARENESS TRAINING


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DISCOVER OUR HERITAGE


For corporate and public organisations our Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training provides individuals from all walks of life with the required knowledge to work with the Victorian Indigenous Community.

OUR CLIENTS:

  • Department of Education Early Childhood Development
  • State Services Authority
  • Whittlesea City Council

TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS


Whether your business is large or small we can cater our learning programs to provide a historical perspective and provide learning which can be applied in everyday situations. We focus on developing improvement of strategies for organisations that are looking to develop targeted Indigenous recruitment and employment strategies. Enquire today about our full day and half day workshops

INTRODUCTION
Full day / half day
What you will learn:
  • Acknowledgement to Country
  • Expectations?
  • What will I get out of today?
Identity
Full day / half day
What you will learn:
  • What is identity?
  • What is culture?
  • What is Aboriginality?
Pre-Colonisation
Full day / half day
What you will learn:
  • Lore, Dreaming and Creation
  • Land and Country
  • Moieties, totems and kinship
  • Nations and Language Groups
  • Diversity of Aboriginal people
  • Stories and Identity
  • Pre-colonial art
Post-Colonisation
Full day / half day
What you will learn:
  • Changes caused by colonisation
  • Citizenship rights and Terra Nullius
  • 18th century European thinking
  • Massacres, Missions and Reserves
  • Policies and Legislation
  • Eugenics and dispersal policies
  • Post-colonial art
The Aboriginal Community today
Full day / half day
What you will learn:
  • Apology
  • 3 Great Myths
  • Implications of past policy and history
  • Racism
  • Preconceptions of identity
  • Lateral Violence
  • Cultural protocols
  • Terminology
  • Structures in the community
  • Aboriginal art today
  • Strategies
Dianella Community Health would like to thank the Indigenous Education Centre for providing all the staff with a Cultural Awareness training program. The IEC staff were thoroughly engaging which led to a meaningful connectedness between participants and presenters. The experience was inspiring and improved our understanding of the issues faced by our Indigenous community.

Sue Sestan, General Manager Quality and Governance Dianella Community Health

Contact


Address

Building W,
Kangan Institute Broadmeadow's campus,
Pearcedale Parade, Broadmeadows

Phone

03 9279 2357
 

Email

iec@kangan.edu.au