ABORIGINAL CULTURAL COMPETENCE: Moving beyond Cultural ‘Awareness’
July 23 @ 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM AEST
LEAD has been facilitating Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for several years to increase the understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal Culture.
LEAD believes that it is now time to lift the bar. We should all be ‘aware’; we want to develop the Cultural Capacity of our sector to increase engagement levels and capacity in order to effectively support Aboriginal children and families.
This one day workshop will help you to develop the knowledge and understanding of what it means to be ‘Culturally Competent’ of both yourself and others, and increase your ability to work with people in culturally safe and competent ways. Suitable as an introduction or a refresher session.
- Increased knowledge and understanding of the concepts of cultural awareness, competency and safety;
- Increased confidence to engage and support people with diverse cultural values, beliefs and aspirations; and
- Increased capacity to apply these concepts to your use of culturally safe practice.
Ken Zulumovski Hon DHSc, Kira-dhan, (Kabi Kabi First Nations)
Ken is a graduate of the Djurawang, Bachelor, Health Sciences, Mental Health at CSU. Ken is founder and Managing Director of Gamarada Universal Indigenous Resources (GUIR). Ken’s spheres of influence include the Mental Health, Education, Justice, Health Care and Employment spaces and Community Engagement across the Social and Emotional Well-Being and Healing spectrums. In the not-for-profit sector, Ken led the establishment of Gamarada Indigenous Healing and Life Training Pty Ltd. This charity responds to the therapeutic and educational need for culturally sensitive community mental health, healing and life skills programs targeting; family violence, addiction and suicide prevention. In 2010 Gamarada received the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet Excellence Award for Building Leadership in Indigenous Communities. Ken is a member of the Royal Australian Army Reserve and has experience as an Artillery Crew Commander and a Defence force representative on Indigenous engagement and career development. In 2019 Ken received the honorary award of ‘Doctor of Health Sciences’, by The University of Sydney.
Members: $93.50; Non-Members: $154.00. Morning tea and lunch provided. Please advise of special dietary needs, or other needs when you register online.
ph 9620 6172