Drawing on ARDS’ 40 years of cross-cultural engagement with East Arnhem communities, online training is a fantastic introduction to Yolŋu culture and worldview.
The 10 module program features:
- Videos of senior Yolŋu leaders explaining a range of topics
- Insights into challenging topics and situations commonly experienced by non-Indigenous people living and working in northeast Arnhem Land.
- Interactive learning activities
- practical skills for language learning and engagement.
Each module can be completed in about 30 minutes, and revisited as many times as you like.
|Module 0||Course Introduction||Module 6||Dhäwu (History)|
|Module 1||Djalkiri (Yolŋu foundations)||Module 7||Dhäruk (Language)|
|Module 2||Yolŋu World (Overview of Yolŋu values)||Module 8||Engagement|
|Module 3||Gurruṯu (Yolŋu kinship)||Module 9||Miyalk ga Ḏirramu (Men and Women)|
|Module 4||Manikay (Song)||Module 10||Yolŋu Concerns|
|Module 5||Wäŋa (Land)|
Online trainees can expand their learning with ARDS' face-to-face workshops in Nhulunbuy and Darwin, for deeper and hands-on learning with Yolŋu facilitators.
Pricing (Excl GST)
|Corporate||$350||Available when more than 50 licences are purchased:|
|Non-profit organisation||$300||Available when more than 50 licences are purchased:|
|Northern Territory Government (partner)||$300|
|Other Government agencies||$350||Available when more than 50 licences are purchased:|
Let’s get started
If you’re an individual, or signing up less than 5 people:
Go to https://ards.talentlms.com/ and click on ‘SIGNUP’ in the menu to self-register. You’ll receive an email with instructions to finalise the process.
If you want to register more than five people:
Contact the Cultural Competency Training manager at [email protected] or call 0409 271 933.
If you’d like to trial the course first:
Sign up to our free trial, which gives you access to two modules for free. Go to https://ards.talentlms.com/ and click on ‘Sign up’ to self-register. You’ll receive an email with instructions to access your free trial.