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Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for Workplaces

 

Overview

This workshop is designed to support any organisation committed to reconciliation and forms a crucial part of any Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander employment initiative. This program will help participants to improve retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff by helping employees, supervisors, and workplaces understand Aboriginal experience and what they can do to make Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment work.

The aim is to provide information and perspective on Aboriginal cultures, experience, including the impact of history and trauma, with a focus on its application to Aboriginal employment and workplaces. Participants will be encouraged to think about how they can apply the learnings in their own workplace to support Aboriginal and Torres Stria Islander employment initiatives and staff.

The workshop will be facilitated by Lindsay Stanford founder of BlakWorks Employment Solutions.

Contacts

BlakWorks Employment Solutions
PO Box 98
Toukley NSW 2263

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Last updated: 20 July 2017
 
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