Options for Workplace Learnings
Whether you have 20, 200 or 2,000 staff. We simplify the Learning structure and delivery, so you and your team can focus on the important content.
We have Two Learning Options that suit most Organisations.
Our Training Portal - Your Team
Our courses are fully hosted within our own Learning Management System.
Your receive Full Instructions to send out to your team. This includes Email script, Access, Login details and Support desk information.
Your team can then commence their specific courses, to undertake in their own time, coming back to where they have left off, or to review again.
Your Training Portal - SCORM
Aboriginal Insights also caters for organisations that use SCORM - Learning Management Systems.
Integrating within your own Training Portal, managed by your own HR/Training Team.
Our SCORM V1.2 package is inclusive of all learning materials including a customisable Achievement Certificate that acknowledges the level attained by your staff.
SCORM Learning packages are available under the Aboriginal Insights eLearning Corporate License.
Aboriginal Insights is the only Education provider in Australia that offers the opportunity for your Organization to partner and present to your workforce or team a united message.
This is not a generic training delivered to the masses but a joint initiative that speaks to your people directly. Imagine starting this learning with a personal message from your CEO? The Training Portal is co-branded with your company logo, message and Goal.
We can also provide your own training portal/platform reflective of your corporate branding.
Our cultural education options are focussed on Stage 1 Cultural Education, which is about providing foundations or baseline knowledge relevant to any commitment to Closing the Gaps or Reconciliation. The other stages are separate and described as: (2) Traditional Owner Specific (Type 3 Aboriginal Community); Regional Cultures Specific (Type 1 Aboriginal Community); and (3) Workplace or Profession Specific (Type 2 Aboriginal Community).
Aboriginal Insights has developed its own definitions that extend to:
• Aboriginal Person
• Aboriginal Communities
• Aboriginal Community System
The main workshop for Aboriginal Insights that has been delivered to more than 10,000 people from more than 160 separate workplaces around Australia, is called, Cultural Foundations for Workplaces – Empowering Respect & Relationships. This 4 hour session strategically covers the following topics: (1) Building Rapport, Setting the Scene, and the Myths; (2) Diverse Aboriginal Cultures; (3) Truth & Reconciliation; (4) Stereotypes & Assumptions; (5) Aboriginal Community System; and (6) Respect & Relationships. This workshop may be customised to suit a specific sector or workplace, and may be delivered in person or online. This workshop will lift the baseline cultural education of any workplace to ensure that they understand why we have gaps, what we are reconciling, and how we need to engage.
The unique topics covered by Aboriginal Insights extends to our Founders journey that is described as: (1) Living in an Aboriginal Community that was governed by an Aboriginal Community System for 17 years; (2) Living in the Mainstream Western System for 12 years; and (3) Living and Walking in Two Worlds since 2012. Aboriginal Insights incorporates cultural values into the way we operate and provides cultural education with honesty and respect. Our intent is to empower more respect and relationships in Australia to support an essential shift in our country from collective failure to Close the Gaps, to collective success. Aboriginal Insights believes that, we, as Australians, are not responsible for the past laws and policies of our country that caused the gaps and requires us to be on a journey of Reconciliation, but we do have a responsibility, as Australians, to respond to the truth that we have gaps and we have a broken relationship to reconcile. We are not responsible, but we have a responsibility.
Acknowledgement of Country
I recognise and acknowledge that we live on Aboriginal lands in Australia. I pay my respects to the many separate Aboriginal peoples and their cultures of the lands of this country. I am grateful to yours and my old people for their strength, resilience and survival, so that present and future generations can continue to walk these lands with pride.
I personally recognise my Elders and thank them for their courage, strength, and spirit that they continue to walk with to inspire us younger ones.
My work through Aboriginal Insights is about supporting and empowering respect for Aboriginal people and cultures from across Australia.