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First Nations Course

The First Nations Course is designed to assist people in understanding the importance and advantages of Australian Indigenous cultural diversity.

The course explores themes central to understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as they apply to the workplace. Each theme is brought to life through a series of bespoke Indigenous artworks created by leading artist Elizabeth Close from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in central Australia. The image on this page is of courtesy Elizabeth Close.

The First Nations course is scalable, cost-effective, and can be delivered to employees by:

  • Learning Management System
  • Online Course Portal
  • Annual Licence Fee

`The course is just amazing.`

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The First Nations course includes the following topics:

  • Whose responsibility is inclusion?
  • Who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples?
  • Getting to know Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures
  • The importance of family and kinship in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures
  • The impacts of colonisation: understanding the past to make sense of today
  • Grasping the impact: the Stolen Generations and intergenerational trauma
  • Working together, moving forward, and celebrating success
  • The Uluru Statement from the Heart
  • First Nations Voice to Parliament
  • Constitution and Referendum

Our collaborators

This course has been created by leading First Nations 'for good' creative agency – Carbon Creative

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Engaging learning experience

Courses feature animations, short films, and interviews with real stories. Interactive activities and additional reading options enhance the learning experience.

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