November, 2019

16nov9:00 am3:30 pmThat's a RAP!City Diggers, 82 Church Street, Woollongong NSW 2500, City Diggers, 82 Church Street, Woollongong NSW 2500Location:Wollongong

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Awareness and respect for the ongoing living culture of Indigenous Australians is an important step for any Early Childhood Education and Care organisation.

Take the first step on your journey of reconciliation in your classroom, service, and community and develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). This formal statement is a commitment to reconciliation for workplaces, schools and Early Learning services.

In this workshop cover

  • The what, why, and how of Reconciliation Action Plans
  • Starting a Reconciliation Action Plan
  • Developing achievable milestones
  • Exploring links to the National Quality Framework
  • Hands on experiences and take away RAP templates

When

(Saturday) 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Where

City Diggers, 82 Church Street, Woollongong NSW 2500

City Diggers, 82 Church Street, Woollongong NSW 2500

Price

Michelle Hamilton will be presenting this workshop. Michelle is a proud Wiradjuri woman and is widely respected for her work with children, families, professional educators and communities on including and valuing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the Early and Middle Childhood Education and Care sector.

This workshop is not available, please check the next date