Many organisations around the world have created culturally competent training and assessment tools to assist clients fulfill their obligations to Indigenous Cultural Competency.
Indigenous cultural awareness training seeks to increase awareness of cultural differences. It is about recognising, appreciating, understanding and accepting these differences. This form of training can assist in:
Curtin University recognises the importance of cultural competence training for its staff as a way of promoting respect for diverse cultures.
To support the ICC framework, Curtin advocates Indigenous cultural awareness training for all its staff. This is designed to engage staff in an on-going commitment to cultural competence.
The following workshops have been scheduled to bring practitioners and experts together to discuss best practice and share experiences.
For more information on workshops and training sessions, visit the the Organisational Development Unit (ODU) website.