Tue, 20 July|
Myrtleford Neighbourhood House
Aboriginal Cultural Competency Training
Robynne Nelson, proud Yorta Yorta, Jaara, and Waywurru woman, will help you understand the world through Aboriginal eyes.
Time & Location
20 July 2021, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Myrtleford Neighbourhood House, 156 Myrtle St, Myrtleford VIC 3737, Australia
About the event
This face to face full day workshop with Robynne Nelson is comprehensive, intensive and provides a blended learning approach to cultural competency, with education, quizzes, yarning circles, strategic planning and spiritual stories. This allows for interactive learning, lots of discussion and debriefing.
Robynne is a proud Yorta Yorta, Jaara, Waywurru woman and has many years experience in Health and Nursing, Recruitment and Training, Aboriginal Affairs, Consultancy and Cultural Competency Education. She has been providing Aboriginal Cultural Education, with a focus on Cultural Competency Training, to a range of agencies, government departments and groups across Victoria since 1998, having trained well over 50,000 people in that time.
10am Welcome to Country
Quiz *Local Communities & Aboriginal Service Networks *Culture, Cultural Competency, Racism and Unconscious Bias *Cultural Safety
Our Journey pre-colonisation to today
Truth telling – Aboriginal Historical context
The Cycle of Despair *Closing the Health Gap – challenges including Stolen Generation, out of home care, social determinants of health. *Current Victorian Snapshot (Handout)
Strengths of Aboriginal Communities *Closing the Gap, Aboriginal Identity and Asking the Question *Communication and Body Language
The Cycle of Repair
*What would this look like? What can your organisation do? The Way Forward
Cultural Safety in your organisation
Debrief/Question time /Evaluations/Certificates
Close of Session