NESA Coaching Program
2 PART COACHING PROGRAM
Indigenous Cultural Awareness
Starts Wednesday 5 June 2019
2pm AEST (1:30pm in SA & NT and 12 noon in WA)
Extensive cultural knowledge is not necessary in order to become culturally aware. A capacity to recognise that cultural difference exist, and to be open to learning from these differences is the bases of cultural awareness.
This Coaching Program is designed to expand thinking and understanding about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, its history and contemporary issues; and to facilitate understanding between staff and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
You will be provided with historical legislative and policy development information, as it pertains to Australian Indigenous peoples, to increase understanding of how history relates to current Indigenous Australian socio economic status and behaviours.
Over this two part series you will hear Nathan Frank’s personal narrative and insight into people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background within the workplace, customer base and community
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Session one: Wednesday 5 June 2019 at 2pm AEST (1:30pm in SA & NT and 12 noon in WA)
Information required to better support Indigenous clients and community
knowledge and understanding of the cultural and social history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the issues they face
Session two: Wednesday 12 June 2019 at 2pm AEST (1:30pm in SA & NT and 12 noon in WA)
knowledge, skills and tools required for effective communication and service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Each session is expected run for approximately an hour. This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. Once the series has been completed you will be forward a Certificate of Completion for your portfolio. So it can be used as a future resource, people that register for the live broadcast will receive a PDF copy of the presentation.
Awareness and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural issues and how they relate to your business, your job seekers and your employer placement and retention.
A practical understanding of how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviour.
Tools for staff who mentor, manage and work with Indigenous job seekers.
Insight into people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background within the workplace, customer base and community.
Nathan Frank is a Wiradjuri man from Dubbo in Central West New South Wales who has over 10 experience years working in the not for profit sector. Nathan has worked in the fields of Indigenous Financial Literacy, Education and is a member of the NESA Team as a Senior Remote Training Coordinator working on the Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid Project. With a comprehensive understanding of barriers faced by Indigenous Australia’s, Nathan has developed and delivered award-winning projects targeted at addressing the needs of Indigenous Australians.
Nathan is NESA’s Senior Remote Training Coordinator.
Prices are inclusive of GST
Prices are inclusive of GST