17 Runnymede Rd,
Capalaba , QLD, AU 4157
(07) 3824 8611
What’s it about?
The Yarn Up Tok Blo Yumi Project 2016 is designed to co-create culturally safe and inclusive organisations. People embarking on these learning opportunities will explore their current understanding of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture, community and history using a participatory learning approach. The bringing together of professionals across the health and community services provides opportunity for participants to reflect on their own practice frameworks as well as consider broader issues around workforce inclusion, Reconciliation, National partnership agreements eg. Service delivery, health, education, housing, economic participation.
Yarn Up Tok Blo Yumi is best served when at least two participants (including a leader from the organisation) participate together in the whole series, with each session having a clear focus for conversation. These face to face conversations (yarn ups) and an experiential Walk on Country event supports participants to contextualize and make meaning of the content suited to their own workplace.
Participants may have the opportunity to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning.These workshops are suitable for any staff undertaking work in Health and Community services which actively engage with Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people and communities. As well as leaders seeking to make their workplace/organisations culturally safe.
- Session 1 = Thursday, 3rd March 2016 : 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM (IndigiScapes – Redlands)
- Session 2 = Thursday, 7th April 2016 : 11.30 AM – 3.30 PM (IndigiScapes – Redlands)
- Session 3 = Thursday, 5th May 2016 : 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM (IndigiScapes – Redlands)
- Session 4 = Thursday, 19th May 2016 : 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM (IndigiScapes – Redlands)
- Session 5 = Thursday, 2nd June 2016 : 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM (Fitzy’z Function Centre – Loganholme)
- Session 6 = Thursday, 23rd June 2016 : 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM (IndigiScapes – Redlands)
Specific Learning Outcomes
QA6-Collaborative Partnership with Families and Communities
PS1: Know students and how they learn
PS3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
PS7:- Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the Community
- CHCDIV002 – Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety (Release 1) supersedes HLTHIR403 Work effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the Communities Services Training Package and the elements explore include
- Identify cultural safety issues in the workplace
- Model cultural safety in own work
- Develop strategies for improved cultural safety
- Evaluate cultural safety strategies
John Briggs is an Indigenous consultant who has designed, developed and facilitated Cultural Awareness Programs for Federal and State Government departments, private and community sectors. John facilitates workshops bringing cultural inclusion to life. John brings understanding and knowledge of industry frameworks along with Indigenous culture to support services to create culturally appropriate activities and conversations with children and families. In recent years, John has been co-facilitating the deliver of Yarn Up Tok Blo Yumi in South East Queensland.