Cultural
Safety Services

Strengthen relationships with Aboriginal peoples and communities by putting cultural safety into practice.

Have you ever stopped to consider if your work place or organisation is a comfortable. safe and welcoming environment for people who’s values and experience are vastly different from yours or the dominant culture?

Cultural safety is about providing a quality and level of service that takes into account the cultural values and customs of the person accessing that service. Providing a culturally safe environment allows Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people the comfort and freedom to be express our culture without fear of prejudice and/or misunderstanding. It provides Aboriginal people the assurance that your organisation respects our cultural values and acknowledges our lived experiences.

VACCHO provides a number of Cultural Safety Services that provides guidance, practical tips, skills and knowledge to improve practice and behaviour to strengthen relationships with Aboriginal people, communities and organisations.

These services are available to our Members and external organisations.

CULTURAL SAFETY SERVICES

Aboriginal Cultural
Safety Training

CULTURAL SAFETY SERVICES

Cultural
Safety Audits

CULTURAL SAFETY SERVICES

Cultural Safety Consultations

CULTURAL SAFETY SERVICES

Cultural Safety Accreditation

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If you want to know more about the Cultural Safety Services we provide at VACCHO, drop us a line via the enquiry form below. Your enquiry will be answered in 3 business days.

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