Cultural Training

For Health Professionals (Including RACGP-Training and face to face)

The Goombuckar Creations Cultural Awareness Training Program has been tailored to suit health
professionals in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care sectors. This includes but not limited to General Practioners, Allied Health Professionals, Specialists, Nurses, clinical and non-clinical practice staff including Administrative and Operational professionals and hospital staff.

Learning objectives include

  • Increased awareness and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories and cultures
  • Increased knowledge of the impact of past government policies and practices on health and
    wellbeing (including colonisation, removal from land, and cultural dislocation)
  • Increased confidence in identifying and communicating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait
    Islander people
  • Increased skill in providing culturally appropriate services, developing care plans and care packages, and utilising Medicare Item numbers and referrals to maximise health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
  • and more...

The program is accredited by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners for eight Category 2 CPD points. It meets the requirements for the General Practice Incentives Program Indigenous Health Incentive, and for the Medical Specialist Outreach Assistance Program (Indigenous Chronic Disease).


Not a health professional?

This course can be tailored to suit any workplace where employees wish to improve their understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture, and to offer appropriate and effective service delivery in a culturally safe environment.

Administrative, community services professionals and other professional and technical staff will enjoy learning in a culturally safe environment and be able to ask and talk about how to engage with First nations people, learn First Nations concepts, and participate within a cultural appropriate workplace.

Learning objectives include

  • Increased awareness and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories and cultures
  • Increased knowledge of the impact of past government policies and practices on health and well-being (including colonisation, removal from land, and cultural dislocation)
  • Increased confidence in identifying and communicating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Increased skill in providing culturally appropriate services, developing care plans and care packages, and utilising Medicare Item numbers and referrals to maximise health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
  • Embedding Indigenous perspectives and culture in your workplace, by providing tools to deliver culturally appropriate activities to your clients and students
  • and more...

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