SA Cultural Sensitivity and Safety Program

SA Cultural Sensitivity and Safety Program
In recognition of NAIDOC Week 2019, AILA SA is pleased to announce this important CPD opportunity for our members, to support the AILA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan locally in SA.



Only one ticket left - please call Sally Bolton - 0415 555 344 to secure your place over the phone. Waiting list will be availble as two additional tickets might become available in the next few days.


Date:
Monday 9 September
Time: 8:30am arrival for 9:00am start – 5:00pm
Venue: ODASA – Ground Floor 28, Leigh Street Adelaide
CPD Points: 12 Formal CPD Points
Cost: 
$150 + GST AILA Members (Cost subsidised by AILA SA Major State Partner - ODASA)
$250 + GST Non Member*
RSVP: Booking Essential
Morning/Afternoon Tea and light lunch provided.
 
*Note – limited places available for Non-Members. Please email sa@aila.org.au to confirm availability and register to attend.

  
Cultural Sensitivity and Safety Program presented by Bookabee Australia
 
In recognition of NAIDOC Week 2019, AILA SA is pleased to announce this important CPD opportunity for our members, to support the AILA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan locally in SA. After discussions with members over the last 6 months we have determined a genuine need to offer this foundation training for members beginning the reconciliation journey both personally and professionally.

The Bookabee Cultural Sensitivity and Safety Program has been developed for a wide variety of audiences and has received much positive feedback by participants.  An interactive delivery style which engages participants in a genuine cultural experience. 
 
The full day training engages participants in a cultural immersion experience that encourages them to examine their views and attitudes towards Aboriginal Australia in a safe non-judgmental environment. The aim of the experience is to safely and sensitively present facts and information to assist participants to adopt a healthier world view of Aboriginal Australia.

The Bookabee Australia Cultural Sensitivity and Safety Program is continually updated and reviewed which has enabled it to maintain currency and relevance over many years. The program is current and relevant to today's times by adapting and incorporating topical themes and news events.

Topics covered typically include:

  • Aboriginal Social history;
  • Traditional ways of life and perspectives;
  • Pre and Post European contact & interaction with Aboriginal society;
  • Contemporary Aboriginal Perspectives;
  • Aboriginal learning styles;
  • Aboriginal communication styles;
  • Impacts of Government policies;
  • Racism and privilege;
  • Stolen Generations;
  • Cultural sensitivity and respect in the workplace;
  • Current events discussed can include:
    • Treaty and the compensation debate;
    • Education, Housing & Employment;
    • Reconciliation;
  • Aboriginal Identity;
  • Aboriginal Cultural Paradigms;
  • Aboriginal people today:
    • Working, Servicing and interacting with Aboriginal people, families and communities.


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SIXFIFTY2  By Paul Herzich 
“The artwork illustrates the 65,000 years or so of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as stars above Country. Each white star represents one century, equating to 650 centuries or 65,000 years. The two blue stars represents the two or so centuries of non-indigenous cultures.” 
Paul Herzich is a Kaurna / Ngarrindjeri man from South Australia and a contemporary Aboriginal Landscape Architect and Visual Artist who has a focus on Aboriginal people, art and country.

 





 









When
9/09/2019 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where
ODASA – Ground Floor 28, Leigh Street Adelaide ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA
Registration not available.

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