Advanced Aboriginal Cultural Competency training for CHPs

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Implementing the Aboriginal Outcomes Strategy – advanced Aboriginal Cultural Competency training for CHPs

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Event Image: Image Title "Culture; Lore and Seasons " Uncle Butu Wugun (Black Crow), Paul Teerman Darug man (Warmuli Skin) Prospect New South Wales

CHIA NSW is pleased to announce the next step for CHPs committed to developing their Aboriginal cultural competence based on the Aboriginal Outcomes Strategy, 2017 - 2021.

Building on the sessions delivered in June and July this year, CHIA NSW will be running training sessions that take a practical approach to using the Aboriginal Cultural Competency Standards to support better outcomes for Aboriginal tenants living in community housing.

The training will unpack two further Standards and show how this can help CHPs deliver on their AOS commitments.

The two Standards are:

Standard 3: Person and Family Centred Practice

Standard 5: Service Delivery and Practice

These online sessions will be delivered in a full day block which includes a morning and afternoon tea break and a lunch break. Training is highly interactive. Participants will investigate how better service delivery for their tenants and communities can be achieved through improved cultural competence.

We are offering three full day sessions combining Standards 3 & 5 together with additional sessions to be offered in early 2021. Class sizes will be capped for a high-quality learning environment and maximum interaction.

Training program:

26th October Standard 3 & 5: Part 1 (9.00 am - 12.30pm) and Part 2 (1:00 pm - 4:30 pm)

16th November Standard 3 & 5: Part 1 (9.00 am - 12.30pm) and Part 2 (1:00 pm - 4:30 pm)

7th December Standard 3 & 5: Part 1 (9.00 am - 12.30pm) and Part 2 (1:00 pm - 4:30 pm)

The program is offered free of charge for CHPs thanks to the support of the Department of Communities and Justice. However, you must book in advance to secure your place to do so please click the button below this article.

Initially only three participants per organisation may join – if extra space remains we may be able to offer more places closer to the event. We will contact you to confirm your place and provide joining details and session requirements.

IT Requirements:

Online sessions will take place over Zoom Conferencing. Please ensure your device is enabled with a webcam and microphone.

You will receive instructions of getting started with Zoom once your place is confirmed for the session.


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