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Jellurgal cultural workshops



Jellurgal cultural workshops cover culturally sensitive issues and provide support and advice for those working in, or interested in working in, remote Aboriginal communities, mainstream support services, health and medical services, schools and all areas of government.

The training provides insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's histories, values, beliefs, experience and lifestyles. This course is designed to explain the cultural differences that exist, how to appreciate them, understand and accept them. The training aims at broadening employees' knowledge and understanding of the diverse cultural factors that affect the local community in which they live and work.

History, languages and beliefs vary from region to region, so cultural awareness training is best carried out at a local level, by members of the local Aboriginal community.

Jellurgal Cultural Centre abstract


Jellurgal Cultural Centre
1711 Gold Coast Highway
Burleigh Heads Qld 4220
PO Box 2123
Nerang Qld 4211
Ph: (07) 5525 5955
Fax: (07) 5535 8091


Last updated: 2 October 2013
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