Cultural Safety Training

20 modules


Course Length
3 hours

Carmel Simpson

10 Sep 2020



This course has been created by the Women of the Tangentyere Women's Saftey Group and is an essential course for anyone working in and around Mparntwe (Alice Springs).

A warning for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ that there are images and voices in this training of people who have passed away. Please contact the course coordinators if you need more details.

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The objectives of the course are:

  • for workers to learn about the Town Camps
  • to allow people to reflect on what life is like for people who live in Town Camps
  • for workers to reflect on their role in cultural safety


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Cultural Safety Training

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Meet the women
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Introduce yourself
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Pre-Course Survey
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Why cultural safety?
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Cultural Safety
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Cultural Safety Reflection
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History of the Town Camps
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What makes a good worker?
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Australian History
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The Intervention
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Racism cont.
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Pressures and Stressors
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Day in the life of a town camp resident
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What keeps your fire strong?
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Post Course Survey
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Added 2 days ago, by Anonymous
Thank you Tangentyere for all the time and dedication to bring this resource to the people of mparntwe/alice springs. I would like to extend my gratitude to all the women who contributed to this course for sharing their stories with us. Thank you, I will be putting all of this learning into practice immediately.
Added 16 days ago, by Rawinia
This was a very interactive and educational training course. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about Tangentyere Council Women's Family Safety Group, how it was developed and why. The voice of women should always be heard and never silenced. In the colonial days women were subordinates to men and often treated like a child. Their rights to their own land were severed upon marriage. I am a strong advocate for women to be treated with equality as I come from an indigenous Maori, New Zealand background. I am aware of the pressures, stressors, and negative impact that all these elements can have on a family. I abhor domestic violence, abuse, alcohol, smoking, and can empathise with the women of this land who are making a stand to be treated with respect and dignity. I express my admiration, joy, and support to those who have paved the way for future generations. Congratulations for all the hard work to all who have worked tirelessly to bring this training to the forefront of your cause. Rawinia Chadderton
Added 23 days ago, by Hannah
Great course
Added 24 days ago, by Anonymous
Such a wonderful and comprehensive course to have a bit of understanding on how to work with first nation people here in Alice Springs.
Added 29 days ago, by Anonymous
A good course for people with all levels of cultural understanding
Added about 1 month ago, by Anonymous
Very informative. Thank you so much for creating this.
Added about 1 month ago, by Laurel
Thanks. Essential for anyone working in Town Camps and in the region.
Added about 2 months ago, by Nicole
Thank you so much. This course was very well put together and engaging and will be incredibly beneficial in my work.
Added about 2 months ago, by Anonymous
An excellent, comprehensive course that is helpful in thinking about how to decolonise your practice and ask yourself important questions about power and privilege.
Added about 2 months ago, by Dewan
It is a very useful course for Child and Family Practitioners and relevant social workers and community development practitioners.

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