Arrilla’s face-to-face Indigenous Cultural Competency Training courses are practical, safely challenging and positive experiences, backed by close to three decades of facilitation experience. Arrilla’s style is inclusive and outcomes driven. From small to large groups, importance is placed on inspiring valuable conversation, gathering the right information and influencing clear and practical outcomes.
We’re the only organisation to provide leadership and key personnel sessions.
These are specifically designed for the business community (CEOs, CFOs, chairs, boards and executives), the government sector (Secretaries, Deputy Secretaries, Commissioners) and other key people who are considered integral to your aspirations. Senior people wish to learn how to lead effective teams with the right messaging and nuances, how to have meaningful conversations about their organisation’s investment in this space and how to articulate their broader reconciliation/diversity agenda without walking on eggshells.
Our sessions targeting the general workforce are delivered by experienced facilitators with first-hand experience in working with Indigenous peoples, communities and projects. You can rely on their grass-roots track record, sound relationships and cultural ‘know how’ to understand how to best apply lessons into something practical and meaningful.
For one day sessions, we can tailor workshops to support specific strategies and initiatives such as Reconciliation Action Plans, employment and procurement.
We’re flexible to participant needs. While the general themes are similar, no two training sessions are alike.
“We work with a lot of great facilitators and I have to say that you are one of the best presenters I’ve seen. The feedback we had from the team was really positive and I think we now have great momentum to move ahead on a number of initiatives.”
Professor Nick Wailes, Deputy Dean and Director – Australian Graduate School of Management