If your staff work on Australian soil, you’re part of a story that’s many thousands of years old. That’s why workplace diversity and inclusion starts with embracing and respecting First Nations Peoples, histories and cultures, acknowledging the truth of our past, and why we all have a part to play. 

By listening to and learning from First Nations people, your workplace will deepen your knowledge of the historical context for our nation’s big conversations like reconciliation, inclusion and respect. This will help you and your team navigate the important topics with understanding, respect and confidence. 

Prepare for intercultural engagement

Building Cultural Awareness is a course that guides your staff through the key things they need to understand, to meaningfully engage with First Nations peoples, cultures and histories through the workplace.

Building Cultural Awareness

1.5 Hours
$ Purchase seat
  • Covers the key areas of understanding your staff need for respectful engagement.
  • Puts First Nations voices front and centre.
  • Is accessed online or facilitated in a group setting.
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This course is for workplaces that:

  • want to develop a dedicated plan for action
  • need to develop cultural competence or awareness, or introduce cultural safety training
  • work directly with First Nations people, or would like to connect with local Indigenous leaders
  • want their staff to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, perspectives and cultures
  • are looking for an effective, on-demand onboarding program for new staff.
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Workplace learning that builds a brighter future

Australians Together is a not-for-profit organisation that brings together a passionate and diverse team of non-Indigenous and First Nations staff, consultants and collaborators across Australia. By purchasing one of our courses, your workplace is:

  • Taking steps to create safe cultural spaces where First Nations and non-Indigenous people can work together to heal the wounds of the past and present, and build a brighter future.
  • Supporting our work with teachers and schools to impact the learning and perspectives of the next generation.

“The Australians Together material was so informative. I had a vague idea of what had happened in the past but didn’t understand the depth of it. I learned so much and it really touched my heart.”
mainly Ministries staff member