Seminars 2015

 

 Bridging the Gap Seminars 2015

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Our Bridging the Gap seminars have a reputation for imparting a broad range of practical cross-cultural skills; Skills you can then use to be effective in your work, EITHER if you need to understand Indigenous ways OR, as an Indigenous worker, if you want to better understand mainstream culture.

We have developed our seminars over many years. They are designed to give you insight, confidence where needed, and you can draw on our long established experience during the Q&A sessions.

Past seminar attendees report that our seminars really do make a difference, especially when they are faced with difficult or challenging situations.

“I learned so much that is essential knowledge for us who work in Indigenous communities but it seems that governments and agencies don’t think we need any special knowledge at all”, said an NT Medic at a recent seminar.

We find that many people have so many unanswered questions when it comes to Aboriginal culture and working appropriately.

Bring your curiosity, your struggles and your questions and hear from our team of people who have lived and worked on the ground in Aboriginal communities for over 40 years.

You will find you are much better equipped to:

  •  Understand the struggles of Indigenous people across the world
  •  Have a shared and positive experience/dialogue with the Aboriginal people you engage with
  •  Effectively use newly gained personal communication and cross cultural skills and information
  •  Stayed motivated and passionate about working cross-culturally and reduce the chance of burn-out – and
  •  Assist Aboriginal people to bring about their own dreams

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About Richard Trudgen

Born in Orange NSW and trained as a fitter and turner, Richard went to Arnhem Land in 1973 for one year voluntary work. He stayed 37 years, learnt language and trained in community development work. He wrote “Why Warriors Lie Down and Die” in 2000 and established Yolŋu Radio in 2003. He was CEO of Aboriginal Resource and Development Services (ARDS) Inc for 10 years, and during this time developed discovery education methodology. He runs ‘Bridging the Gap’ seminars and training workshops, and speaks at conferences and events. Richard wants to build an e-learning school for Yolŋu people using both their own language and English so Yolŋu children/adults have an easily accessible schooling system that works for them. He is currently writing his next book “When a New World Drops in on You”.