TRAINING & WORKSHOPS
Spirit Dreaming have a range workshops and trainings available, however also specialise in "in-house" training for individual organisations and government departments.
"In-house" training is flexible and can be adapted to meet the indiviudal needs of the hosting organisation, taking into consideration the organistions RAP's and vision for the future.
For further information in relation to organisational specific training please contact us by emailing -email@example.com
Just a few of
our clients & participants...
I also wanted you to know that have discussed the training often since attending and I am working with my internal colleague to promote it within our organisation and beyond.
Thank you so very much for sharing , you have touched my life deeply.
Kind Regards, Michele
I just wanted to write and say thank you for being such an inspirational woman.
I attended your What’s Up with My Mob training at CCWT on 10 October and I wanted to let you know that it was one of the best training sessions that I have ever attended, I learnt more from you that day than I have in a long time and I am truly grateful to have been a part of that session.
Spirit Dreaming deliver a range of programs listed below;
And, the list goes on ...
Spirit Dreaming have been funded by a number of government organisation to create and publish a number of educational resources.
What’s Up with My Mob?
“What’s Up with My Mob?” is a DVD exploring transgenerational trauma within Aboriginal families and communities. The DVD is a training and education package, accompanied by an instructional manual and website. “What’s Up with My Mob?” was created for community organisations and education staff, for the purpose of educating Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Peoples regarding the generational effects of trauma on individuals and families in today’s society.
Our Family Business
“Our Family Business” is a DVD which explores family violence from the perspectives of young children, women and elders.
This educational resource captures the opinion of many Aboriginal Peoples in relation to how family violence effects our families and particularly individuals, and offers a range of strategies to better understand and manage family violence in our communities.
Learning from Alinta
“Learning from Alinta” is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educational resource designed to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people following a tragedy or trauma in the community. The DVD is based on the story of people healing from a tragic event, and through this we share the Learnings from Alinta’s story.
Charged Up Mugal
"Charged Up Mugal" is a collection of resources created by Aboriginal young people addressing a range of issues related to alcohol.
The website includes three comic books
The Monster in Me