NESA endorsed Training for educators

21st September 2019 7 Hudson St NESA approved
225 pp
This day of Aboriginal education is set to inspire and inform educators in implementing Aboriginal perspectives. Saturday 21st September, Hamilton 9-11am: How to implement Aboriginal perspectives $60pp Click here to book Why: Who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people? Why do we need to embed culture content into our classrooms? How does closing the Gap relate to […]
20th July 2019 7 Hudson St NESA approved
89 pp
This course is for beginners and everyone is welcome, budding creatives, weavers and especially non-Aboriginal people wanting to learn. We will start with a wearable art work (braclet) moving onto a small woven bowl, you can extenbd as you like into what ever you like. A afternoon tea is provided, with lots of fun and […]
09th August 2019 16 Dorsman Drive Singleton Heights, NSW 2330 Australia NESA approved
60 pp
This interactive course is delivered in partnership with fun fitness 4 littles, who specialise in Early Childhood Physical Education. Designed for Educators, to learn and participate in a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inspired games and demonstrate how this can be connected to your day to day curriculum within the EYLF. Participates will receive […]
09th August 2019 127 Maitland Rd, Islington NSW NESA approved
255 pp
Course outline Cost: Whole day training $255 pp (includes catered lunch) Session One: This course has been designed to provide an understanding of the historical impacts and complexities surrounding Aboriginal people and culture. Participants are taken through a journey covering topics such as: Who are the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? What was Traditional lifestyle […]
05th December 2019 16 Dorsman Drive Singleton Heights, NSW 2330 Australia NESA approved
89 pp
Course outline Designed for Educators this practical based course has been designed to provide an understanding of Aboriginal weaving, the purpose, process and various techniques. Educators have the opportunity to learn 4 processes and make examples to take back into their services. We explore how this content is appropriate in the context of the EYLF […]
03rd November 2019 7 Hudson St NESA approved
89 pp
This course is for beginners and everyone is welcome, budding creatives, weavers and especially non-Aboriginal people wanting to learn. We will start with a wearable art work (braclet) moving onto a small woven bowl, you can extenbd as you like into what ever you like. A afternoon tea is provided, with lots of fun and […]
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