Part 1: Treaty review
• a prerequisite except for people who have attended a TRC course within the previous 6 months.
• a review of the main points that are emphasised in the Making Sense of the treaty course
• an opportunity to consider the main points in the context of your organisation/workplace
This course is 3 hours.
This may be completed in two different ways:
A) a 3 hour workshop on organisational responses. This will enable you to:
• consider specifics for your organisation/workplace
• identify steps for Treaty application your organisation/workplace.
The main purposes are to:
• increase understanding of what the concept does and doesn’t include
• identify strategies for promoting equity
A 3 hour course which introduces the concept of ‘Working as allies.’ The main purposes of this and a longer 6 hour course are to:
• Increase understanding of the ally role
• Consider some of the challenges of working as allies and responses to these
The 6 hour course Working as allies - in practice also allows participants to explore challenges and responses in relation to their own context/s. introductory course is designed to promote awareness of the complexity of culture and to explore strategies which support working in more inclusive ways.
A 3 hour introductory course designed to promote awareness of the complexity of culture and to explore strategies which support working in more inclusive ways.
Culture Matters recognises that diversity is an important part of any society by considering the underlying principles that apply in relation to diversity based on any dimension of culture including: age, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, religion, class, and ethnicity.
Find out more about what is required to arrange a free course if you can’t find a course at a time or place that suits you: you might like to consider hosting one.