Facilitator-led, cultural awareness workshops, in-person or online.

  • Audience: For people leaders, HR, Diversity & RAP teams and smaller organisations
  • Size: Up to 30 Participants
  • Content Options:
    • Focussed Reconciliation and Allyship Package: A half day in-person workshop (or online via a 2.5 to 3 hour zoom workshop). Provides an introduction to Step 1 (Reconciliation), then dive deeper into 2 steps of your choosing, finishing with a quick overview of Step 7 (Allyship). Supported with membership to our 7 Steps Online Course.
    • Complete 7 Step Reconciliation and Allyship Package: A full day in-person workshop (or online via three x 2 to 2.5 hour interactive zoom workshops). Provides a comprehensive and deep dive into all 7 Steps. Supported with membership to our 7 Steps Online Course.
  • Delivery Options:
    • Online – All participants need is a computer with internet access and a webcam. Sessions are live and interactive, facilitated by our Directors, Aunty Munya Andrews and Carla Rogers.
    • In-person  – Sessions are facilitated by an Evolve Accredited Facilitator team consisting of an Indigenous and non-Indigenous person, modelling Allyship.

What People Say

With our seven steps, you will walk away with the skills to communicate effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This means having the self-confidence and motivation to better engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and enabling you to improve your service delivery.

1. Reconciliation

  • Why cultural awareness is important 
  • How cultural awareness is relevant in today’s workplace
  • The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program
  • The R3 Culture Approach® to communication and conflict resolution

2. Diversity, Identity and Stereotypes

  • Indigenous cultural diversity in Australia
  • The many nations and language groups
  • Themes of commonality and differences between these nations
  • Breaking down stereotypes

3. Our Shared History

  • The Stolen Generation
  • The ongoing impact of intergenerational trauma on Australia’s First Peoples

4. Communication, cultural baggage and unconscious bias

  • Cultural baggage’ as a form of unconscious bias – maintaining awareness of it and how to work with it 
  • Aboriginal English 
  • Cultural differences in communication, including body language

5. Family and Kinship, Sorry Business and Cultural Leave

  • The complexity, ingenuity, and sense of belonging that family and kinship systems provide
  • How this is relevant today in the workplace

6. Closing the Gap and Privilege

  • The Closing the Gap initiative
  • The role of privilege in creating a gap.

7. Becoming an Ally

  • What it means to be an Ally and what it matters
  • Practical Reconciliation strategies and techniques
  • How to make a difference in the workplace
Ready to design your ideal package now and get cracking on the best cultural awareness training ever? Arrange a call or email us – we can’t wait to get started with you.