10139NAT Course in Indigenous Mentoring
About this course:
This course has been developed by Aboriginal people to provide culturally practical tools and techniques to assist formal and informal Mentors
Are you working with Aboriginal employees?
This course will assist you to support Aboriginal employees to see possibilities, problem solve and retain employment.
Mentoring in a cultural context is a vital skill to develop and the benfits to a Mentor-Mentee relationship can be rewarding for individuals and organisations.
This course is 5 days delivered over 3+2 days and includes; role-play assessments, case studies, research, questions and group work.
Dennis Batty is a Taungurung, Gunai/Kurnai and Palawa man with 30 years experience developing successful Indigenous employment and mentoring training programs.
Dennis was part of the teams which established Australia's first wholly Aboriginal owned and operated Job Network and Registered Training Organisation.
Dennis will cover a wide variety of mentoring situations and his knowledge will provide for much discussion.
Statement of Attainment – Course in Indigenous Mentoring (10139NAT)
INDMEN001 Mentoring Indigenous workers for job retention
CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
CHCCOM002 Use communication to build relationships
How to balance empathy with action
Clarify what mentoring is and what it isn’t
Network with other like-minded people
Be taught by an experienced trainer / facilitator
Mentoring process and structure
Benefits of mentoring
Conducting a mentoring project
The units of competency will be assessed during the course using a combination of role plays, documented activities, case studies and individual participation. For the project the participant will undertake mentoring project, produce third party and complete a self – evaluation.
Please contact Raelene Beale on 08 89535500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
$1,300.00 per participant