Aboriginal Insights
Pathway to Cultural Awareness Education

Aboriginal Insights is a leading provider in the Cultural Awareness Training space.   It is not enough for anyone to complete a one-off short course and believe they know enough to achieve outcomes relating to Aboriginal People; or state that they have worked with Aboriginal People for years. This belief is part of why we have failed in Aboriginal Affairs for 30 years. We need all levels of workplaces from Boards to Senior Leadership, to everyone else, to commit to and be supported to undertake ongoing cultural education. 

UNDERSTANDING & ACTION PACKAGE

Combining two outstanding courses from Aboriginal Insights, this package is everything you need in your Cultural Journey with Community located anywhere in Australia.

Starting with the First Protocol: Cultural Awareness 101 that gives you the foundations to Cultural Understanding in your workplace, then progress to the Second Protocol: Cultural Respect with Developing your Aboriginal Engagement Strategy. 

8 Lessons

Cultural Awareness 101 Course

The beneficiaries of our CA 101 learning are threefold – the attendee and the attendees workplace and sector; the families of the attendees; and the wider Community. Aboriginal Insights is committed to providing education and understanding that will empower stronger relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, organisations, workplaces, families, and Communities. Our Aboriginal Insights CA 101 is for all Australian workplaces that are seeking cultural learning for their workforce and/or members. The learning has been developed to specifically target any workplace or organisation that has any commitment or responsibility relating to any Aboriginal person, family, or Community. Such a commitment or responsibility requires a level on consultation, engagement, and relationship building. The lessons covered in our learning are the minimal learning required to appreciate the culturally different approach required when working with or supporting Aboriginal people, families, or Communities to achieve positive outcomes. If your workplace or sector has an Aboriginal specific plan, policy, or initiative, then this learning is for your team or membership. If your workplace or sector is involved in any capacity with “Closing the Gaps”, then this learning is for your team or membership. If your workplace or sector is involved in and/or committed to Reconciliation, then this learning is for your team or membership. If your workplace or sector is just starting out on your cultural learning journey or has been on a journey of cultural learning for the past 10 years, this learning is for your team or membership.

Implement the knowledge you have learnt from online training in conjunction with Jolleen’s book: Essential Aboriginal Insights – A Guide for Anyone Involved in Closing the Gaps in Australia.

Step by Step strategy on how to work and communicate effectively with your Aboriginal Community.

Implement the knowledge you have learnt from online training in conjunction with Jolleen’s book: Essential Aboriginal Insights – A Guide for Anyone Involved in Closing the Gaps in Australia.

Step by Step strategy on how to work and communicate effectively with your Aboriginal Community.

WORKSHOPS

Take your learning one-step further with an online or in-person workshop with Jolleen. Ask questions, listen to others, and share your own experiences.

We offer scheduled workshops delivered online in real time so you can attend from your workplace or home. These are location based to promote the need for location-based approaches to consulting, engaging, and building relationships. To book an in-person group workshop, please contact us directly. Jolleen will customise the workshop to suit your workplace and/or sector needs.

Aboriginal Insights Workshop

Aboriginal Insights is a leading provider in the Cultural Awareness Training space.   It is not enough for anyone to complete a one-off short course and believe they know enough to achieve outcomes relating to Aboriginal People; or state that they have worked with Aboriginal People for years. This belief is part of why we have failed in Aboriginal Affairs for 30 years. We need all levels of workplaces from Boards to Senior Leadership, to everyone else, to commit to and be supported to undertake ongoing cultural education. 

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