“Aunty Munya is very engaging and easy to listen to. The key take-away for me was to keep a check on my unconscious bias and to listen and reflect with an open mind. I would tell anyone considering this program that they will absolutely learn something new from this training!”
2022 Webinar Topics
Each month a different webinar is offered – attend live (excluding December) or watch the playback on-demand!
Effective & Engaging Education Provided by Experts
The Evolve Webinars are hosted each month by Aboriginal Elder and Educator Aunty Munya Andrews and Award Winning Learning Designer and Facilitator Carla Rogers.
Together they provide:
- Authentic cultural knowledge;
- Decades of experience working successfully alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; and
- Tried-and-tested Reconciliation, Allyship and Engagement frameworks that have been implemented in government departments and organisations throughout Australia.
What others have to say
“The course gives you a better appreciation of the history of the First Nations people. Presentation was informal and informative.
Very easy to understand and follow along with. Everyone should do it!!!”
“Highly recommended! Aunty Munya was such a clear, empathetic communicator. There was a brilliant connect with the audience without creating a guilt-barrier for participants that are not Indigenous. I particularly loved the synopsis of Indigenous history in direct relation to the modern history of white Australia. This base level of knowledge should be understood and shared by ALL Australians to acknowledge and respect First Nations people.”
“I loved how the online training was simple, bite sized and dealt in concepts that gave a different perspective. I encourage anyone considering this course to approach it with an open mind and without being defensive. Every person needs to move forward in Reconciliation including first generation migrants.”
“Aunty Munya presented in a way that was logical, not confrontational and was easy to listen to and understand. She also has a lovely way of speaking that feels like she is talking directly to you. The training was interesting, factual, insightful and it was inclusive. I have come away inspired to be an Ally for all people and to speak up when there is injustice, racism or bullying.”
I really appreciated the fact that the program was designed and delivered by Indigenous people. It made it so much more relevant and trust-worthy than other cultural awareness training I have previously attended.
This program was one of, if not the most insightful I have ever attended. Real stories. Real people. Real Talk.
One of the best training sessions I have done! It is interactive, captivating, and I took so much away from the day. Expect a brilliant and engaging session!
I recommend the training to everyone, it was a real education! I loved that the training was provided by such wise, compassionate women. It was obvious they lived the life they were talking about – and took pleasure in spreading the right words.
JOIN THE NEXT WEBINAR
Not ready to subscribe? Individual seats can be purchased for $59+GST.
The next webinar will be held on Sorry Day and will explore the theme for National Reconciliation Week: Be Brave. Make Change.
Time: Thursday 26 May, 12pm to 1pm AEST