"We acknowledge and pay respect to the First Peoples of Australia and extend that respect to all Elders past, present and future"

Aboriginal Cultural eLearning

Online learning is a fantastic way to give your team access to learning opportunities in an efficient and cost-effective way, especially for organisations with staff who are spread across multiple sites. Our Aboriginal cultural eLearning programs can give every member of your organisation a great introduction to Indigenous culture, beliefs, history and outcomes. We offer a 40 minute or 90 minute version of our eLearning depending on your individual needs and desired learning outcomes. Our programs are fully customisable and adaptable with the option to co-brand the training and include organisation specific information.

Learning outcomes
After completing one of our Aboriginal cultural eLearning programs participants will be able to;

  • Identify and apply common Aboriginal cultural protocols
  • List common Aboriginal cultural beliefs
  • Understand the difference in current outcomes for Aboriginal Australians
  • Engage effectively with Aboriginal people, organisations and communities
  • List significant dates for Indigenous Australians

Running time: 40 min or 90 min.
Costs: Contact us for a tailored quote or to arrange access to an example of our eLearning programs

We offer a variety of pricing structures including a per participant cost or yearly licencing fees. Clients can choose to have the training hosted by Pindara Training Services or the training can be hosted internally. ​


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Our programs cover a range of topics including; 

  • Aboriginal cultural beliefs
  • Current outcomes for Indigenous Australians
  • Aboriginal history
  • Connecting with Indigenous people and organisations

We can also offer a number of specialist modules which can be added to our cultural eLearning programs including;

  • Indigenous recruitment and retention
  • Cultural protocols
  • Creating culturally safe environments for health providers
  • Providing services for Indigenous clients