Indigenous Cultural AwarenessTraining

Developing an appreciation and respect for Indigenous culture, and understanding how this relates to the workplace and to the consumer and customer market is fundamental to creating successful engagement with Indigenous communities and people. Our workshops provide insights into how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviours.

Corporate Culcha designs training programs collaboratively with clients to ensure they are culturally appropriate and that they complement an organisation’s business objectives. Our programs do not impact on, or cross over into, local Traditional Owners cultural heritage, as they are focused on managing Indigenous cultural diversity in the workplace by providing a more generic view on cultural differences and behaviours that impact on engaging, managing, recruiting, retaining and training Indigenous staff.

Our cultural diversity workshops provide participants with insights into how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviours. Our workshops are 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.

Executive Entrée (2 hours):

Developed for senior executives this package provides a stimulating introduction to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander philosophy, culture and history and creates a base from which to explore leadership skills required to drive Indigenous initiatives across the business.  It delves into the intent of the business in regards to Indigenous engagement and participation, whilst unpacking the actions and behaviours required to successfully implement internal and external initiatives to ensure positive impacts for the business, clients and community.  It is delivered as a short and powerful and engaging session to CEOs and senior management.

Indigenous Cultural Awareness & Competency (half day):

Designed with the broader workforce in mind, this workshop utilises an interactive, experiential learning model to enhance understanding of Indigenous culture. Developing an appreciation and respect for Indigenous culture, and understanding how this pertains to the workplace and consumer market is fundamental to successful engagement with Indigenous communities. Our Cultural Awareness workshops provide participants with insights into how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviours, and demonstrates the benefits to personal and business growth. The sessions also explore the diversity of Indigenous communities and how their history relates to health and well-being, employment and social inclusion.  We include workplace case studies and tools to assist managers and employees who work with Indigenous colleagues.

Webinars
Webinars

Facilitated by our experienced Cultural Awareness trainers, webinars provide an effective and efficient forum for group debriefing after participation in our eLearning program.  They are also effective for clients wanting to provide their remote or expansive workforces with Cultural Awareness training.  Sessions are conducted utilising the client's webinar service, with facilitators working through a specially designed program which encourages participation by attendees with interactive engagement practices.