Delivered Wherever You Are
Corporate Culcha has extensive experience in delivering training & support services in remote and regional communities. Our expertise is particularly suited to time and geographically challenged projects. We facilitate training simultaneously across multiple sites whilst maintaining a consistent formula to ensure optimum outcomes for clients.
Corporate Culcha has a large team of highly respected and experienced TAE qualified facilitators. Both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, they are skilled in developing and facilitating training that is sensitive to the unique learning needs of those in remote and regional locations.
Mental Health First Aid
In April 2023, important changes to the Commonwealth work health and safety laws came into place. Organisations now need to consider and review approaches to managing psychosocial risks and fostering mental health workplaces. This includes engaging and consulting with workers. WHS laws are changing | Comcare
Corporate Culcha has, for many years, promoted the importance of mental health first aid in workplaces, alongside physical first aid. Now the government has seen fit to mandate this.
Our team of experienced and skilled facilitators have been delivering Standard Mental Health First Aid© and Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid© for the past 8 years in remote, regional and urban environments.
Standard Mental Health First Aid
This 12-hour course teaches adults how to provide mental health first aid to friends, family and co-workers.
Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, where and how to get help and what type of assistance has been show by research to be effective.
Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid
Our team of accredited Mental Health First Aid instructors deliver these important workshops as part of the National Indigenous Australians Agency national rollout in remote and regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
However, this training is just as effective and relevant in urban and regional communities and would be a significant inclusion in any organisation’s professional development program.
This 14-hour course has been culturally adapted for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and is facilitated by our Indigenous Instructors.
Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, where and how to get help and what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective.
Certificate III, Indigenous Land Management
Corporate Culcha delivers land management training in response to expanding Indigenous ranger programs in remote and regional Australia and the new direction of Government to support land based economies in Indigenous communities.
Corporate Culcha has focused on the delivery Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management in the beautiful and remote Western Australian communities of Spinifex, Norseman, Laverton, Leonora and Carnarvon.
The training provides qualifications for jobs that are emerging and importantly provides accreditation for workers in ranger programs, formalising their extensive knowledge, experience and skill sets.
Our facilitators are embedded in the community for the duration of the course, travelling on country to demonstrate and learn in practical ways.
Professional Development for workers in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
Corporate Culcha, collaborates as training partner with the National Employment Services Association (NESA) and the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to deliver professional development training forums in remote communities as part of the Remote Schools Attendance Strategy.
We work with the School Attendance Officers and Supervisors to support them to improve attendance levels in their communities.