Workplace Development


KWY provides cultural and workplace training to inform and equip your organization to provide culturally appropriate services. Our workplace training packages include one and two day options covering topics such as;

Regional Aboriginal Cultural Competency training

This regionally based single day training option aims to provide cultural competency training to regionally based organisations delivered in their region. Content can include C.U.B.E, Aboriginal Lateral Violence, Aboriginal Cross Cultural Capabilities and other content/training as negotiated between KWY and your organisation. READ MORE…

Working Holistically with Aboriginal Community

This two day training package will help develop strategies on how to deal with Aboriginal people holistically. The aim of this program is to raise worker and organisation awareness of aboriginal culture to inform and improve client and community engagement. READ MORE…

Aboriginal Cultural Understandings, Better Engagement

This one day package aims to provide participants with a drive for positive change and outcome regarding Aboriginal engagement, Aboriginal participation and an insight into Aboriginal culture. This training provides the opportunity for participants to increase their own cultural understandings and to discus strategies for the implementation of their training. READ MORE…

Aboriginal Cultural Understandings, Training and Employment

This one day training package provides participants with an introduction into cross cultural capabilities and organisational cultural competency to improve an organisations ability to provide culturally appropriate services.  This training will look at the integration of attitudes, values, knowledge and skills to enable effective interventions with people from a culture different to their own. READ MORE…

Perpetrator Behaviour Analysis

Perpetrator behaviour analysis or perpetrator mapping is an important tool used to highlight pathways and case management strategies for both the perpetrator and the survivors of domestic and Aboriginal family violence. During this one day course participants will learn the skills and strategies used for in depth Perpetrator/Survivor Behaviour Analysis. READ MORE…

Complex Case Management

Complex Case Management is an important tool used to highlight pathways and further enhance case management strategies. During this one day course participants will gain skills and strategies for improving complex case management systems. READ MORE…

Aboriginal Lateral Violence – Pathways to healing

Through this one day course, we will will highlight how lateral violence may affect service delivery within the Aboriginal community, family and the work place, and potential approaches to improving responses at the personal and service level. This training is aimed at all SHS staff. This training is aimed at all SHS staff, and can potentially be further built on through subsequent Aboriginal Cross Cultural Capabilities training for managers. READ MORE…

Recognising and responding to domestic and Aboriginal family violence. 

This one day training course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to recognise and understand the indicators of serious risk of domestic and family violence. This training provides specific information about working with Aboriginal families experiencing domestic and family violence. READ MORE…

Principles for Working with Men Who Use Violence

This one day course will improve your professional practice by incorporating essential principles into your work with men. Participants will explore strategies in working safey and ethically with men and women around issues of gendered violence, power and control and many more important topics. READ MORE….

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