Aboriginal Culture

Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training

Aboriginal Cultural Safety training promotes effective communication across cultures, breaks down perceived barriers and profiles relationship building. In this course, we also explore our own attitudes and beliefs, and reflect on how these influence our personal style of communication.

Aboriginal Cultural Safety is a term used to describe Aboriginal terms of reference or ways of working; it is a person-centred approach that does not diminish, devalue or disempower our fellow Aboriginal community.

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training

Today more than ever, inter-cultural awareness and cross-cultural communication skills are fundamental to working effectively with Aboriginal people in developing strategies, policies, programs and business.

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training covers four key components: culture, history, contemporary issues and communication. This course promotes effective communication across cultures, breaks down perceived barriers and profiles relationship building. We also explore our own attitudes and beliefs, and reflect on how these influence our style of communication and work outputs.

The aim is to provide participants with a greater understanding of cross-cultural dynamics and issues, which can be applied to projects or in the workplace.

This course is suitable for adult Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal participants (max. 18 participants per training course).

We welcome your enquiry to see how the Djoona team may be able to assist you. Please get in touch with us for a friendly chat.