The Day covers the following discussion points

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT / WELCOME TO COUNTRY

Acknowledgement of Country (Kaurna – Aboriginal Languages lost – reclaimed)

CONFLICT AND CHANGES

Discrimination and Racism – Power and privilege – Cultural Bias

INCLUSIVE WORK PLACES AND PRACTICES

Policy Frameworks and drivers – Native Title – Aboriginal Heritage Act?

COMMUNICATION / ENGAGEMENT

Understanding differing communication styles and tools for effective communication and engagement

DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGIES

Culture, World views & values

RECONCILIATION

Overview of History and Key policies – Stolen generations, Reconciliation in Action/example

SA ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY

Understanding the make up our Community, diversity, educational history, Extended family,

What our previous participants have said

“Not having grown up in Australia, I had no knowledge of Aboriginal culture. I found the workshop very informative and eye opening. I learned so much and Klynton has a wealth of knowledge. I will be able to use what I’ve learned to better engage with not only the Aboriginal young people I work with, but with all of the young people in the program.”

Brooke

“I found the cultural awareness training of great benefit and can see the knowledge gained having a positive impact on how I engage and communicate with young people and families that identify as being Aboriginal. I enjoyed learning about the past history of the aboriginal cultural and found the training to be very interesting and well delivered by Klynton.”

Leigh

“I found the Cultural Awareness training really valuable. The facilitator was incredibly knowledgeable and the session covered a good range of interesting and relative topics. There were definitely some helpful “take aways” which will be useful to apply within my role at HYPA. ”

Matt

“The cultural awareness training gave a wonderful insight into working with Aboriginal young people and the knowledge to gain a greater understanding of their culture and history. Klynton the facilitator was incredibly knowledgeable and down to earth. He was able to answer any questions we had and generated some good discussions. I also found the resources and maps he used throughout the training useful in understanding locations and context. This training was fantastic.”

Ellen

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The provision of culturally customised services, systems and solutions throughout the community, to achieve economic autonomy and cultural freedom by Indigenous Community Professionals.

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Salisbury North SA 5108

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(08) 7324 5072

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