Corporate Culcha is an Indigenous owned and operated company, established to support Indigenous organisations, business and Australian industry, in building and developing sustainable Indigenous workforces. Corporate Culcha is a preferred service provider to the likes of Dare to Lead for Business (DTL4B), Corporate Connect.Ab (CCAb) and ANZ.
We work collaboratively with our clients to develop culturally competent strategies to engage, recruit and retain Indigenous talent. Our extensive suite of products support the enhancement of organisational cultures to be more inclusive of and accessible to Indigenous people. Packages are tailored to individual business needs.
Our clientele are diverse and include some of Australia’s largest corporate entities, Government departments and Non-Government Organisations, including but not limited to:
Commonwealth Bank, Leighton Holdings, Ernst & Young, AFL Foundation, Rio Tinto, Coal & Allied, ANZ, General Practitioners Education and Training, Target, Coles, NSW Department of Human Services - Aged, Disabilities and Home Care (Northern Rivers and Western Region), City of Sydney, Wesfarmers Industrial, Bond University Medical School Faculty, Aftercare, Break Thru and ACCOR.
Our cultural awareness programs range from highly respected Indigenous speakers at executive events to interactive experiential learning workshops for employees. These sessions introduce participants to the cultural, historical and social issues that impact on Indigenous Australians. Our experienced facilitators encourage and value honest and respectful discussion and can create both formal and informal learning environments.
Corporate Culcha also assists with the development of comprehensive Indigenous employment strategies that incorporate recruitment and mentoring. We provide advice to help business develop Reconciliation Action Plans in collaboration with staff from Reconciliation Australia.
We are proudly certified by :
Supply Nation: > www.supplynation.org.au
Reconciliation Australia (RA) Cultural Awareness Provider : > www.reconciliation.org.au