ACA & BlackCard are hosting three virtual workshops that will ensure participants develop the necessary skills needed to work effectively with Aboriginal people, businesses and communities.
Attendees will gain an understanding of the importance of storytelling in Aboriginal culture, become familiar with the core principals within Aboriginal Terms of Reference, and will put them into practice as part of a workshop that explores various scenarios that can arise within an agency. Importantly, the program will assist agency leaders to ensure their workplace is a safe and productive workplace for Aboriginal employees.
Limited to 5 registrations per agency
Dates: Friday 15 October, Monday 18 October, Thursday 4 November and Wednesday 17 November
Time: 1pm – 4pm AEDT or 12pm – 3pm AEDT
Price: $350 ex GST pp.
Virtual Workshop size: Max 30 people per workshop
Required reading: One-hour preparatory work
Meet your Lecturers
BlackCard is a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated business certified with Supply Nation. BlackCard’s purpose is to work with people, not for people, within the genesis of Aboriginal Knowledge. BlackCard’s Aboriginal Knowledge strengthens ethical behaviour by enabling people to develop an understanding to undertake the same obligations and responsibilities to Land and to each other as Aboriginal people have practised for thousands of years.
What to expect
Participating delegates will attain the skill set required to effectively work with Aboriginal people, businesses and communities.
Delegates will receive:
- A pre-workshop handbook
- Activities, resources and videos via BlackCard’s Learning Portal
- 30 days complimentary subscription to the Learning Portal Format
- Introductions guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference
- Importance of storytelling in Aboriginal culture
- Aboriginal Terms of Reference
– Connection to Country
- The impact of colonialism and past government policies
- What can you do as an agency to better engage with Indigenous communities using the Aboriginal Terms of Reference?
Who’s it for
This virtual workshop has been designed specifically for members of ACA who are interested in reconciliation and developing productive relationships with the Aboriginal community. It is suitable for any role in an agency. This is essential learning for anyone participating in a member RAP committee.
BlackCard’s Workshop is a shared learning of Aboriginal Approaches to Knowledge. Deep Learning & Deep Listening enhances the attendees working relationships with all people not only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Dr Lilla Watson, Co-Founder BlackCard
Attending a workshop with Mundanara was a life-changing experience for Her deep understanding and commitment to her work is an inspiration as she welcomes us to walk in her world. Allowing everyone to open their eyes and ears to see things differently, while at the same time challenging many of our existing belief systems. Sarah Palmer, People & Culture Business Partner Publicis Groupe