Introducing Modules 1, 2 and 3

Cultural Awareness Training with Indigenous Services Australia

Established
2008
100% Aboriginal
Owned
& Operated

ISA Cultural Awareness training is delivered by Tony Shaw in a seminar-style presentation. Tony’s impactful delivery is supported by his business partner Carola and their compelling audio-visual presentation. It’s sometimes harrowing, often confronting, yet witty and thoroughly educational.

Tony is an inspirational builder of cultural bridges. Sharing his own experiences in the context of Australia’s hidden history, he advocates for strong Aboriginal communities with a focus on positive traditional values to combat the effects of past policies.

A dynamic, informative, and emotional journey, you learn to engage more effectively with Aboriginal people, enhancing cultural inclusivity and improving workplace productivity.

Whether you’re taking your first steps or seeking advanced insights, ISA training provides valuable knowledge and skills.

By completing ISA Training Modules 1, 2 and 3, you experience comprehensive insights into Aboriginal culture, history, and contemporary issues.

Course Content
Training Modules 1, 2 & 3

To meet the diverse needs of different groups, we’ve structured ISA training into convenient modules. The content for each session is tailored according to each participant’s role in the workplace, and their level of Aboriginal engagement.

For staff heading out on Country, or engaging directly with Aboriginal people, completing Module 3 is invaluable.

PLEASE NOTE:

To progress to
module 3, completion
of modules 1 and 2
is required first.

Module 1:

The essential first step for every Australian.

Overview of Aboriginal Australia

Flags, Language Groups, Who’s your Mob?

Welcome to Country, Acknowledgement of Country

The Stolen Generations – Tony’s story

Module 2:

Let’s keep on walking together, side by side.

Understanding the skin-grouping system

The significance of connection to Country

Dreaming beliefs, oral traditions and yarning

Employment and training opportunities

Module 3:

Bespoke insights assisting your individual journey.

Nuances of effective communication

Protocols for travelling respectfully on Country

Visiting Indigenous communities

Eye contact and strategies to overcome avoidance issues

ISA offers flexible delivery and tailored training

Does your team have 1.5 hours available, a half day, or a full day? For a tailored training plan, contact Carola for a yarn. Our modular structure allows us to tailor content to your exact needs.

Completing Modules 1 and 2 requires approximately 3 hours (with refreshment break)

Ask about our scrumptious bush-tucker morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea options

Please allow approx. 6 hours to complete all 3 Modules, including a lunch break and Q&A session

Training can be held in your boardroom or function area, or at any location of your choice

For Livestreaming options, please contact us for details

Don’t miss our special Pop-Up Event!

ISA’s Aboriginal Cultural Odyssey

AN ‘OPEN-HOUSE’
CULTURAL TRAINING SESSION

Tuesday, 23 July 2024
9:00am – 12 noon

Back by popular demand, Tony’s half-day journey of cultural discovery is a very special presentation, open to anyone wanting to work more effectively with Aboriginal people.

Limited Seats

Please Contact Us now to confirm bookings and cost.