Aboriginal Culture Diversity Training
The Aboriginal Cultural Diversity Training takes a unique look at Aboriginal Culture and the diversity within it.
The facilitator will invite you to take part in a “conversation” about culture, what it is like for an Aboriginal person to live and work in Australia and how history has influenced Aboriginal people today. He will give some simple tips and techniques for working with Aboriginal people in a respectful way. The training is not designed to make you culturally aware; it is designed to make you aware of culture.
The Aboriginal Cultural Diversity sessions can be tailored to suit your needs. The two hour introduction which will give a very basic overview of Aboriginal culture and diversity and the four hour session which gives the same information as the two hour but allows time for more discussion and includes a cultural self-assessment.
Facilitated by, Paul Elliott Aboriginal Project Officer
Paul is an Ngarrindjeri Elder. His family connections are in the Coorong area of SA.
Paul has worked in Aboriginal Primary Health Care for over 34 years in areas of Drug and Substance Misuse, Sexual Health, Community Health, Men’s Health, Community Awareness, Youth Worker, and Workplace Trainer and Assessor. Paul’s work has taken him all over South Australia including the Rural and Remote Home lands.
Paul has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked in many different Aboriginal services and positions over his career.
Paul is well known in the Aboriginal community with many links and networks across SA.
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