Workplaces have an important role to play in building a better future between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

We hear time and time again that workplaces are looking for an organisational cultural shift or wanting to implement a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) from Reconciliation Australia. In fact, for a number of decades workplaces have been actively engaging with Indigenous people and culture.

We believe the starting point is knowing and understanding Australia's full story. Our learning resources can help inspire and equip you and your workplace to understand our shared history and respond in meaningful ways. 

We encourage you to start by building the awareness of your staff. Our 1-hour Professional Learning video, stories, articles and tools will set you, and your staff, up so your cultural awareness training is more successful.  

Start below as you and your workplace listen and learn at your own pace. 


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1-hour workplace training video – Exploring ‘culture’ for workplaces

1-hour
$49
Ways for you and your workplace to approach the perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Learn
Listen to stories and read articles about our shared history and...

Listen to stories and read articles about our shared history and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s perspectives to help prepare your staff for cultural training.

Equip to Engage
Essential information for you and your workplace to engage. Planning a ...

Essential information for you and your workplace to engage.

Planning a Welcome to Country or an Acknowledgement of Country

Connecting locally with Indigenous communities

Guidance about what to say and do - Language and Terminology Guide

Tips for attending Indigenous events

Get involved
These dates are important and are a great opportunity for you and your...

These dates are important and are a great opportunity for you and your workplace to get involved with.

Australia Day, 26 January

Anzac Day, 25 April 

National Reconciliation Week, 27 May – 3 June

NAIDOC Week, first full week in July 

Significant Indigenous days and event list, Download

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What next?
Even little steps can lead to a big change. Every step forward counts; a...

Even little steps can lead to a big change. Every step forward counts; as long as we do it together.

You'll find some suggestions here

Continue your own learning

Visit Reconciliation Australia and learn about creating and implementing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

For a deeper dive, here are more stories and topics for you and your workplace...

Intergenerational trauma
Stolen Generations
Colonisation
Indigenous disadvantage
Culture and identity