Cultural Safety Training

Content
20 modules

Rating

Course Length
3 hours

Instructor
Carmel Simpson

Released
10 Sep 2020

Price
$125.00

Description

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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Objectives

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

Certificate

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

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Introduction
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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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Questions
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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
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Racism cont.
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Privilege
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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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Conclusion
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Post Course Survey
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Added about 18 hours ago, by Anonymous
This was an insightful and interesting course that covered extremely relevant and important topics around cultural safety that are crucial to my work in the community.
 
Added 10 days ago, by Sionainn
Thank you to the Tangentyere Council for putting together such a wonderful training package. It was very informative without coming across like typical compliance training as well as being visually beautiful and interactive. Very grateful for the opportunity to learn from all of these very wise women. through this Cultural Safety Training.
 
Added 22 days ago, by Mollie
Thank you for offering this training in a way that's easy to access and do in our own time. It's very informative and thank you for sharing your stories.
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Michelle
It was a very thought provoking and well thought out course. Thank you so much for sharing your lives with me and allowing me an insight.
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Shalini
Very informative!
 
Added 2 months ago, by meg
Everyone in Australia should be doing this online training! An incredible resource.
 
Added 2 months ago, by Robyn
I have thoroughly appreciated the course and will probably go back over some modules before the time is up to look at other references and so on. I am impressed by the amount of work that has gone into this course and am especially appreciative of the depth of the modules on racism, privilege and History of Australia. The depth allows these concepts to sink in and to really have an impact on non-Indigenous beliefs and values. As a resident of Alice Springs, I also value immensely, the personal stories and information provided by the town camp women about their lives and the impact white colonisation has had and is having on their daily lives. The information serves to make connections between these women (and their families) and us non-Indigenous people by sharing the stories and the very personal experiences. These stories helped me to understand how life is for people here - not just the difficulties but also the richness of life and what inspires women here to keep going and stay strong. Thankyou so very much for the opportunity to share in your lives and to enable me to learn more about so many important topics which affect Indigenous people and myself. It has been a very powerful experience.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
Great course! very much recommended to do!
 
Added 3 months ago, by Eliza
I learned so much! Thank you
 
Added 3 months ago, by Jessica
amazing course. highly reccomend

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