Join over 11,500 people and 150 organisations who are culturally aware & achieving RAP targets with Evolve
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Our programs are designed to help you achieve your RAP objectives on time and in budget. You can choose from our pre-existing programs or we can tailor them to your needs.
No blame, Shame Or Guilt
Our trainers create environments where no one feels “blamed” and everyone feels free to ask any question without fear of offending.
Accredited Indigenous Trainers
We have a rigorous accreditation program for our trainers. They delight in sharing their cultures and learning about other cultures.
Easy to Implement
Our R3 Culture® approach gives you a practical and simple tool for improving relationships and communications with everyone. Our Songlines PathwaysTM gives you an approach to engage and build meaningful relationships.
Majority Indigenous Owned
Evolve Communities is majority Indigenous owned, and uses wisdom of the Elders in all its training for government departments and businesses.
Build Confident Teams
We deliver uplifting experiences that leave participants with lasting confidence in their interactions with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Some of our happy reconciliation and cultural competency partners
5-Star Track Record
A fun learning environment
“Evolve has an extraordinary capacity to create a fun learning environment where staff feel completely comfortable asking all the hard questions. Many of our staff tell us it is the best cultural competency training they have ever experienced and has transformed their approach to working with Aboriginal health organisations.”
Project Manager Aboriginal Programs, Cancer Council NSW
Credibility through deep knowledge
“Evolve brings the credibility factor, that deep cultural knowledge and a sense of humanity that’s like a fresh breeze in the training area.”
Chris Connor, Executive Manager – Emerging Technology, Commonwealth Bank
Very much a partnership
“Evolve Communities enabled us to draw on their rich organisational cultural knowledge and expertise to develop our first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Handbook. Working together was very much a partnership and a unique learning experience that supported our commitment to reconciliation and also continuing to learn from Indigenous Australians.”
Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Manager, Corporate Affairs, Bupa