Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency
For Organisations – ONLINE

Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency
For Organisations – ONLINE

Program type:
Available throughout the year
Morning or afternoon
4 hours

Online via Zoom

Group bookings:

Using Zoom, our BACC online workshops will deliver the same content as our standard half-day workshops while enabling face to face engagement between participants and the facilitator.

Workshops STR 4 hours in length with 2 breaks included to allow participants to rest their eyes from the screen. The number of participants per session will be a maximum of 25.

Our BACC Workshops

We are leaders in Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency (BACC) through our Indigenous Cultural Awareness workshops. Our facilitators are experts in the field, and we can work with you to tailor a program to suit your particular requirements.

Our Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency Workshop enable participants to gain the most out of the program through group activities.

We have a minimum group size requirement of 10 participants. We also cap the group size at 25 to provide all participants the opportunity to engage with the facilitator.

Our workshops are based around experiential/participatory learning that encourage reflection on participants’ own values, beliefs and behaviour.  Our workshops also provide flexibility to incorporate specific needs of organisations working in particular fields with Aboriginal communities including education, health, justice and land & resources.

The learning outcomes of our workshops are to:

  • Develop awareness of Aboriginal culture and identity
  • Develop awareness of the strengths of Aboriginal culture and people
  • Assist in making the connection and understanding the impact of colonisation and past policy for Aboriginal people today
  • Develop capacity to be more understanding and responsive to Aboriginal colleagues and clients
  • Motivate participants in their cultural competence journey

For further information, please contact  Tim Stares, Education Coordinator, by telephone on (03) 8662 6328 or email or Rob Hyatt, (Education and Visitor Experience Manager).