Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training
Facilitated by Julie Moore from Koorimunication - www.koorimunication.com.au
Julie Moore is a proud member of the Wandandian people of the Yuin nation and is based in the Shoalhaven region on the NSW South Coast. Julie brings over 35 years experience in Indigenous affairs in both NSW State and Commonwealth Public Sectors with an emphasis on education and employment. Julie is the Principal of Koorimunication, a professional Indigenous owned and managed private consultancy established in 2008. It is Julie's long professional experience coupled with her Aboriginal community roots that forms the conerstone of Koorimunication's services.
Julie has developed this training to:
-Assist workers to attain a practical and measureable difference in the lives of Aboriginal people.
-Assist government and corporate organisations to better engage with Aboriginal people and communities.
The training program will include such modules as cultural respect, effective communication, past policies and practices that have impacted upon Aboriginal people, and yarning circles on various topics.
*No prerequisites needed. Participants must attend the full day.
Please register early to secure your place.
Cost: $300 ACTCOSS Member / $330 Non-Member / $360 Government, Corporate
Too much for you or your organisation? Please contact us and we will do our best to offer support to participate.
Food: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided.
Contact: Kim Peters on ph: 02 6202 7202, email: Z3VsYW5nYSB8IGFjdGNvc3MgISBvcmcgISBhdQ==
Terms and Conditions: Bookings are essential. Please register early as places are limited. If you are unable to attend, please let us know so we can offer your place to others on our waiting list. It is ACTCOSS policy to reduce or waive fees for consumer representatives or people experiencing disadvantage; please ask your workshop contact person for assistance. Cancellations made less than 14 days prior to the workshop will incur a full charge.
This event is supported by funding under the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA), which is jointly funded by the ACT and Australian Governments, and the Child, Youth and Family Services Program (CYFSP), and ACT Government funded initiative.
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