c) List the resources and support services that your work placement accesses to accommodate diversity. Oac has a lots pf pamphlets, posters and different brochures distribute on the centre that talks about inclusion and give information of how they should get help in they need. They could also speak with the staff, that is instruct of how reacting to this and they know how to help or act in diversity cases. 4) How has Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander ‘cultural safety’ been integrated in your workplace? At the centre currently there are not attending any aboriginal or islander child, but they integrate their cultural to the centre having a lots of book and stories of them and having a corner with all aboriginal things so the children can learn and respect their costumes. 5) Suggest 2 ways, as a student; you can assist in promoting a culturally safe environment in the workplace. A way that I can assist to promote a culturally safe environment is by role modelling, showing respect and interest in diversity and other cultures, treating everyone in equal way with respect. Other could be to seer up an experience or making a project for the children that have a variety of diverse resources. We could include maps to explain where this different cultures come, musical instruments from other countries, showing flags and pictures and even reading stories that talk of different cultures. Page 2 of 6 CHCECE001 Develop cultural competency CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, V6 January 2016
6) Name 1 critical issue that may influence relationships and communication with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and ‘Closing the Gap’ in the workplace. One of the biggest issues that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people face is the stigma that surrounds them. Like I quote on the written report, till they stop feeling like second citizens in their own country their always would be a feeling of racism. 7) Research ‘community protocols’ in regards to cultures represented in your workplace. Explain 1 community practice you would use when dealing with members of this community. Some Aboriginal cultures believe that it is rude to look them directly in the eye. A way that you could practice this is by looking at their ears when speaking to them directly. PART 2 You will be required to plan and implement an experience, to a small group of children, which supports inclusive practices at your service (using the ‘planning experience template’ on the next page). You must seek permission from your workplace supervisor and agree on a suitable time during the routine program of the day before you implement the experience. Your workplace supervisor must sign off on your planned experience.
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