Thinking of going rural following graduation or looking to learn more about cultural awareness? The Western Australian Allied Health Interested in Bush Experience (WAALHIIBE) Student Rural Health Club invite allied health students to our Cultural Awareness Training Workshop, in collaboration with Registered Training Organisation, Auspire.
Details as follows:
When: Wednesday 3rd June 2020 Where: Online via Zoom (Enjoy from the comfort of your own home!!!!) Time: 6pm-8pm Cost: Free Registration:CLICK HERE Speakers: Noongar man and senior traditional custodian of Whadjuk Country, Danny Ford and current chiropractor and clinical expert, Mr Bill Hayward from Derbal Yirrigan Health Service
The Cultural Awareness Training Workshop will cover the following:
- Common barriers between Aboriginal peoples and non Indigenous Australians
- Significant moments in history that have shaped the way Aboriginal Australians are today
- Cultural beliefs, customs and values and their role in mainstream Australian society
- Contemporary vs traditional lifestyles’ connection to country, community and kinship
- The importance of self-determination and identity.
The workshop will also provide clinical insight and first hand experience from Mr Bill Hayward, on interacting and delivering culturally appropriate health services to an indigenous population.
Please note: The Zoom link will be sent out to registered participants only! Spaces are also limited.
If not already a member of WAALHIIBE Student Rural Health Club please register. Further details can also be found on our Facebook Page.