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Courses & Seminars

Event 

Title:
Aboriginal Cross Cultural Awareness
When:
Thu 24 Nov 2011  09.00 AM - 04.00 PM
Where:
YWCA - Goonellabah - Goonellabah
Category:
NRSDC TrainIng

Description

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This course is intended to develop a better understanding of Aboriginal culture and the historical significance of this country. It also examines the impact generated by
colonisation on present day society.

  • Recognise situations that could lead to discrimination
  • Understand issues that are more specific to Australian Indigenous people
  • Develop the skills and knowledge needed to assist Australian Indigenous people
  • Develop a plan for increasing your organisation’s effectiveness in Indigenous
    service
  • Protect yourself and your clients from knowingly discriminating in your day to
    day work
  • Increase your capacity to deliver quality services to your clients
  • Upgrade your skills and knowledge for future career development
  • For Staff - Volunteers - Managers - Management Committee and Board
    Members

Dorothy had a good balance of facts and information along with her own personal
story which made the training very real and moving. Not what I was expecting –
excellent!”

“Very interesting and thought provoking. Dorothy was very open and honest, and it
was well worth attending.”

“Thank you for opening up more understanding and empathy for Aboriginal Culture.
Very helpful!”

“Should be compulsory training.”

“Dorothy is a very personal person and puts a lot of family/relevant history into the
session.”

“Dorothy is a very remarkable woman. I admire her inner strength. The cultural
awareness training introduced me to issues I had never thought about.”

"Very interesting and revelationary - had a profound effect on my understanding of
Aboriginal Culture."

"Very interesting and inspiring. Encouraged to create an 'action plan' at work!"

"Need more of this training for community organisations."

Presenter: Dorothy Pholi

Venue

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Venue:
YWCA - Goonellabah   -   Website
Street:
101a Rous Rd
ZIP:
2480
City:
Goonellabah
State:
New South Wales
Country:
Country: au

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