National Centre for Culture Competence
The Kinship Module project is a pilot online education program that promotes Aboriginal cultural education at a university level. The program aims to convey a deeper understanding of the richly complex Kinship system by learning about the components of Moiety, Totem, Skin Names, language and traditional affiliations and individual identity. In addition, there is a collection of Aboriginal Community Narratives that focus on the impact of cultural conflict and of cultural understandings held by Aboriginal people. The resources will help staff and students interact in ways that respect and allow Aboriginal voices to be highlighted.
National Centre for Cultural Competence
National Centre for Cultural Competence (NCCC), the first academic unit of its kind in the country. Partnerships are currently being negotiated with other universities, industry, public sector and government. The NCCC, which has received more than $5.6 million from the federal government, will work across learning and teaching, student outcomes and research and scholarship.