Our cultural competence online modules are suitable for those seeking to develop their understanding of cultural competence, expand their capabilities to lead organisational change, and learn strategies to recognise and challenge racism. It is relevant for organisations, teams, managers, and individuals inspired to improve cultural competence in the workplace and across wider social contexts.
Through introductory videos, reflective and interactive activities and educational resources, these modules will help you or your organisation to:
Explore your identity as an individual within a wider social context. Participants will gain insight into strategies to strengthen their resilience.
Learn about cultural competence and develop your self-reflection.
Examine the importance of building your cultural competence to combat racism. This module aims to provide you with an understanding of different forms of racism, as well as strategies to recognise and challenge racism.
Develop your capacity for critical self-reflection. This module will provide you with ideas to integrate what you have learnt into action, enabling you to interact more effectively in cross cultural relationships. This module also explores how organisations can address cultural competence in their operations.
The final module explores the historical and contemporary context of Redfern, the contribution of Aboriginal Peoples who came to live there, and its importance as a place of continuing Aboriginal self-determination.
Delivered as a self-paced, five-part online course, accessed through an online Learning Management System (Canvas). Each module is estimated to take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
Header image: Gadi tree (by Cornel Ozies)