First Nations Aboriginal Australians Community Development and Community Equity Online Course
“….a must for anyone wishing to embark on meaningful Indigenous health practice”.
Dr Simon Quilty
Physician, Consultant Specialist.
The First Nations Aboriginal Australians Community Development and Community Equity Online Course is unique and is the only one of its type available.
What you will learn
The First Nation Aboriginal Australians Community Development and Community Equity Online Course is designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of the complexities and challenges faced by Indigenous Australians, with a particular focus on Strength-based solutions to community development.
The course explores the experience of two trial sites and shares potential solutions providing participants with tools and guidance to achieve successful community-driven solutions to overcome the impact of the poverty cycle in Indigenous First Nations Australian communities.
Walya Productions, an Australian Aboriginal-run business, is proud to offer a new online training course that explores the history and current issues and circumstances impacting First Nations Australians.
This comprehensive course is designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of the complexities and context to the challenges faced by First Nations Australians, with a focus on the poverty cycle and its impact on communities.
Walya Productions is Aboriginal owned and is a registered member of Supply Nation
Walya Productions is a RACGP CPD Cultural & Community Awareness education provider—639159
DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS NO ACCREDITED FACE TO FACE COURSES AVAILABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Walya is a deeply authentic and personal account of how the poverty cycle drives Indigenous inequity – health and wellbeing, social, educational. Through the lens of his own family, Damien explains how this cycle needs to be clearly understood and addressed. Over decades of practice in the Northern Territory I have witnessed many healthcare workers come and go, and it appeared to me that most focused on the biomedical model and all to often missed the point – if you’re too poor to eat, you won’t value tablets to lower your cholesterol or treat your sugars. Walya is an very impressive articulation of the roots of this problem, a must for anyone wishing to embark on meaningful Indigenous health practice.Dr Simon QuiltyPhysician, Consultant Specialist
I highly recommend Walya productions Course 1 Cultural Awareness and Course 2 Community Equity. Course 1 paces the learner through the incredible ingenuity and core concepts of a rich, thriving and sophisticated Aboriginal culture, especially brought to life by sharing Damien's own family history experience. I've done other courses and stepped away from these with new knowledge and and significant awakenings. I would highly recommend these courses. The second course is particularly relevant for understanding health care concepts and how external factors perpetuating the poverty cycle and sociopolitical structures of racism has created a phenomenon which started 235 years ago and was not part of aboriginal culture or lived experience prior to British colonisation. The second course builds from course 1 but also stands alone. A Brilliantly thoughtful course!Leigh SimmondsSenior Manager patient advocacy, Pfizer Australia
I want to extend my sincere appreciation for the immense value your courses have offered. I thoroughly enjoyed participating in them and I must say that I learned a lot. The concepts were well-articulated, thoughtful, and provided an enriching experience.Dr Natasha ArtharsFaculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice, Queensland University of Technology
The course is divided into four parts, each with a specific objective and duration:
Part One: Health & Community
Objective: Be able to recall some of the diversity, complexity and sophistication of Aboriginal societies before colonisation.
Content: Examines the attitude of First Nations Australians towards Health & Community.
Duration: Approximately 35 minutes
Part Two: The Poverty Cycle as a Phenomenon
Objective: The poverty cycle phenomenon and how it was institutionalised in First Nations Australian Communities.
Content: Explains how and why the poverty cycle is a phenomenon in a First Nation Australians community context. The impact on culture and the implication on community and family health.
Duration: Approximately 20 minutes
Part Three: The International experience of the poverty cycle
Objective: Examines the international experience of the poverty cycle and demonstrate First Nations Australians are responding like any other human being similarly circumstanced.
Content: Examines videos from the USA, Canada, and New Zealand on how the poverty cycle on a number of levels operates internationally and applies the experience to a First Nations Australians context.
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
Part Four: How the poverty cycle operates in a First Nations Australian community context.
Objective: Examines how the poverty cycle operates in a First Nations Australian community context, apply Maslow Hierarchy of Needs to a First Nations Australian Community context and share solutions and lessons learned from two trial sites.
Content: Examines using life examples how the poverty cycle operates in a First Nations Community context. How the principals of Maslow Hierarchy of Needs apply to a First Nations Australian community context and the application of lessons learned to two trial sites.
Duration: Approximately 10 minutes
This course provides an essential insight into the challenges and experiences of Indigenous Australians, offering a unique perspective and understanding of the poverty cycle and its impact on communities. The course is suitable for anyone interested in Indigenous history and culture, social justice, or community development.
Deepen your understanding of Indigenous Australia
Sign up today to deepen your understanding of Indigenous Australia and the important issues faced by First Nations Australians. The course is available online, making it accessible to everyone, no matter where you are located.
Take the first step towards a greater understanding of Indigenous Australians by enrolling in this groundbreaking training course from Walya Productions.
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