Training and workshops

Our training and workshops aim to increase cultural education across our region - and Australia - which will actively help close the existing knowledge gap.

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Creating Cultural Spaces: Yarning Circles and Bush Tucker Garden: Teacher Professional Learning
Educators

Creating Cultural Spaces: Yarning Circles and Bush Tucker Garden: Teacher Professional Learning

This NESA accredited course is designed for Educators in the early learning space to create yarning circles and bush tucker gardens.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Adamstown
2 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Mon 2 Sep, 2024
Hands on

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

Cultural Capacity Training: For Educators
Educators

Cultural Capacity Training: For Educators

This training allows your school culture to respect and value the skills, experiences, and perspectives of Aboriginal students, teachers, and community.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Adamstown
3 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Thu 22 Aug, 2024
Hands on

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

Cultural Capacity Training: Historical and Cultural Immersion
Workplaces

Cultural Capacity Training: Historical and Cultural Immersion

Interwoven with personal narratives the morning session covers a wide range of topics to help the participant have a greater understanding and empathy of where we are at today including a cultural hands on experience.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Speaking in Colour or alternate venue to be discussed at time of booking
5.5 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Tue 26 Nov, 2024
Hands on

Price is per person, minimum 15 and maximum of 25 participants per session

Cultural Capacity Training: Service Improvement
Workplaces

Cultural Capacity Training: Service Improvement

Interwoven with personal narratives the morning session covers a wide range of topics to help the participant have a greater understanding and empathy of where we are at today. While the afternoon allows for greater discussion around strategy, service improvement and RAP development or implementation.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Speaking in Colour or alternate venue to be discussed at time of booking
5.5 hours

Price is per person, minimum 15 and maximum 25 participants per session

Cultural Immersion: Acknowledgement of Country
Workplaces

Cultural Immersion: Acknowledgement of Country

Many people ask how to write an authentic acknowledgment of country, how to move beyond the scripted approach we often hear. The answer is simple, know and reflect country, the people of that place and link it back to your event/ workplace.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Adamstown
2 hours
Hands on

Price is per person. These sessions require a minimum of 15 registrants. If we do not have suitable numbers, we will be in touch with alternate arrangements.

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Interwoven: Teacher Professional Learning
Educators

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Interwoven: Teacher Professional Learning

This NESA accredited course allows educators to become more familiar with the practice of weaving and how it was used in traditional contexts, the purpose, process, and techniques.

Face to face, virtual if needed
Adamstown
2 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Tue 24 Sep, 2024
Hands on

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Possum Skin Cloak: Teacher Professional Learning
Educators

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Possum Skin Cloak: Teacher Professional Learning

The NESA accredited training allows educators to become more familiar with Possum Skin Cloak and how it was used in traditional contexts, the purpose, process, and techniques

Face to face, virtual if required
Adamstown
2 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Thu 8 Aug, 2024

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Reconciliation Action Plans in EYLF: Teacher Professional Learning
Educators

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives - Reconciliation Action Plans in EYLF: Teacher Professional Learning

This NESA accredited training provides initial consultation for services and educators to develop and implement a Reconciliation Action Plan within their organisation.

Face to face, virtual if required
Adamstown
2 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Thu 12 Sep, 2024

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives: Teacher Professional Learning
Educators

Embedding Aboriginal Perspectives: Teacher Professional Learning

This NESA accredited course provides constructive strategies for educators to embed Aboriginal perspectives into the classroom and/or service, as well as become more comfortable in implementing authentic Aboriginal content into lesson plans

Face to face, virtual if required
Adamstown
2 hours
Multiple dates, starting from Thu 8 Aug, 2024

Price is per person. These sessions are for a minimum of 10 participants and include Speaking in Colour merchandise. If we don't have 10 people booked in, we will get in touch with alternative arrangements.

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Meet the team

We are 100% Aboriginal owned and 90% Aboriginal women run business, we bring our cultures and traditions to our teaching and are passionate about connecting people to our Aboriginal culture.

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