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Cultural safety and respect for Australia's First Peoples

Cultural safety

 In our fear of 'getting it wrong' or offending our First Peoples and their cultural ways, it is easy for educators to become trapped in avoidance. This workshop boosts confidence and motivation to create culturally safe and respectful environments for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples.

 

Workshop review

“I felt very involved, engaged and my interest was high throughout this workshop. I highly recommend. The information was relevant and of high use to my job and objectives (as Educational Leader). I left this workshop with goals to achieve for cultural safety in my centre and will be further educating my staff/colleagues." Karen Matthews

You will engage in experiences to:

  • identify cultural safety issues in your centre and consider ways to create a welcoming and culturally safe environment
  • discuss strategies for improved cultural safety using resources, communication techniques and work practices to promote partnerships
  • discuss understanding of general cultural factors: Invasion, spiritual beliefs, values and traditions, kinship and language groups; and, use this understanding to improve work practices
  • consider how to implement 'The eight ways of learning' for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people into a meaningful and respectful curriculum.

Workshop facilitators: Andrea Isitt & Goothala Doyle

Professional Learning Details

Professional Learning Date 02-09-2019 9:00am
Professional Learning End Date 02-09-2019 2:00pm
Capacity 24
Available place 8
Individual Price $145.00
Location
Heritage Function Centre at Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Road, Whiteside, Q 4503
901 Dayboro Road Whiteside, Queensland 4503 Australia
Heritage Function Centre at Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Road, Whiteside, Q 4503
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