Cultural Competency for Supervisors of Aboriginal People

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Cultural Competency for Supervisors of Aboriginal People

$2,590.00 $2,425.00 inc. GST

Cultural Competency for Supervisors of Aboriginal People
Indigenous Psychological Services (IPS) has been at the forefront of research, development and delivery of cultural competency intervention programs CCIPs since 1998.

This program also focuses on the practical development of skills specific to retaining Aboriginal people in the workplace.

Earlybird registrations (8 weeks prior) enjoy a discounted rate (a saving of $165!).

How do I receive the discount?

Simply book and pay 8 weeks or more prior to the event date to received the discounted price.

Terms and Conditions

In these terms and conditions, ‘you’ means the person attending the workshop named in the registration or substituted in accordance with the terms and conditions, and ‘paying agency’ means the person or agency responsible for payment named in the registration.

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
1. By submitting this registration, you and the paying agency will be regarded as having made a firm and irrevocable booking, and agree to these terms and conditions. You warrant that you have the authority of the agency to submit the registration and to bind the agency to these terms and conditions.

2. Once the registration has been submitted, a tax invoice will be issued to the paying agency, which will responsible for payment of the workshop fees named in your registration for ,which are payable within 14 days of the issue date of the invoice.

SUBSTITUTIONS
3. Your workshop place is transferrable to another person within your agency. You must notify the agency in writing at the earliest opportunity and at least 72 hours before the work shop begins.

4. Transfer of workshop registrations to a different location may be made only if the workshops both take place in the same calendar year. If you wish to transfer your registration to a different workshop location, you must notify the agency in writing at least 3 days before the workshop from which you wish to transfer begins.

CANCELLATION
5. in the event that for any reason you cancel your registration, workshop fees are not refundable. IPS acknowledges personal circumstances may prevent you from attending (including medical conditions, emergencies, severe weather conditions or other events beyond the control of IPS, or transport difficulties) but you and the paying agency acknowledge the logistics of event management prevents IPS from assuming responsibility for these contingencies.

6. Whilst IPS will endeavour to ensure all workshops proceed, IPS reserves the right to cancel workshops for any reason, including insufficient registrations. If workshops are cancelled by IPS, full refunds of workshop fees only will be provided. IPS will not be liable to you or the paying agency for any costs, expenses, losses or liabilities incurred as a result of the cancellation. You or any substituted delegate are strongly advised to book fully refundable or variable airfares and accommodation.

CHANGES AND POSTPONEMENT
7. IPS reserves the right to alter the workshop program, venue and timing at any time. IPS will not be liable for any costs, expenses, losses or liabilities incurred by you or the paying agency in the event of it being necessary, for whatever reason, to change the location or timing of the workshop.

8. Whilst IPS will use every endeavour to hold the workshop at the venue and on the dates specified in the registration form, any refund of registration fees requested as a result of changes to the workshop program, venue or scheduled workshop dates will be at the discretion of IPS.

 

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Cultural Competency for Supervisors of Aboriginal People

2 Day Workshop 2021

Indigenous Psychological Services (IPS) has been at the forefront of research, development and delivery of cultural competency intervention programs CCIPs since 1998. This work has focused on clearly defining the necessary skills, abilities and aptitudes that predict cultural competence and using this information to design training programs to ensure that skills that are most relevant to working effectively with Aboriginal people are targeted. This program also focuses on the practical development of skills specific to retaining Aboriginal people in the workplace.

Participants complete a unique assessment tool the General Cultural Competency Profile GCCP to gauge their cultural competencies at training commencement. The GCCP provides each participant with a personal feedback report which allows them to continually improve their skills. This training has evidence of improving the cultural competencies of participants at training conclusion.

This training has evidence of improving cultural competencies.

  • Better understand cultural competence and how to achieve focused, sustained shifts in core areas
  • Understand the motivators and predictors of racial bias and develop the skills associated with cultural empathy
  • Increasing knowledge of Aboriginal health, history, government policies & culture & how this links with cultural competence
  • The impact of Identity Formation as a construct for supervision and support of Aboriginal employees
  • Managing the Retention of Aboriginal people in the workplace.
  • The most common causes of employment cessation & how best to support Aboriginal employees
  • Understand how the community culture and historical context impacts on employees
  • Supervision and Leadership models – can these be culturally adapted to suit Aboriginal employees
  • Cultural Learning Style differences and impacts on supervision strategies, skills acquisition and mentoring. Differences in communication styles – some practical strategies in the provision of feedback and ensuring motivational and cultural fit in the workplace
  • Culturally Competent Organisations – the common characteristics. Some best practice policies & organisational structures that work
  • Increasing representation of Aboriginal employees across organisations. A look at recruitment strategies in accurately identifying a skilled workforce & leadership potential

Inclusions

  • Pre-workshop reading material
  • General Cultural Competency Profile
  • Participant workbook
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
Location & Date

Perth – 11-12 February 2021