Cultural Awareness Training – Western Australia


Ownership. Respect. Equality. Responsibility. Integrity. These principles form the core of our commitment to local communities and are at the foundation of our corporate social responsibility (CSR) ethical practices.

Recently, as part of our 2018 CSR action plan, our Western Australian staff and National Executive Management Team took part in cultural awareness training facilitated by Kingsley Bartlett from the Wirrpanda Foundation. Kingsley Bartlett is a Nyoongar-Yamatji man with extensive experience delivering cultural awareness training for government agencies, corporate groups and not-for-profit organisations.

This round of training was delivered at our Pilbara office, with remote and interstate staff members who were not able to attend in person dialling in via video-conference. On the day the Wirrpanda Foundation delivered an extensive suite of cultural awareness training programmes, in conjunction with Aboriginal Employment service best practice including, recruitment, induction and post-placement support for both candidates and employers. To find out more about the Foundation, please visit

We are dedicated to providing an inclusive, supportive, safe and respectful work environment. To find more about how we are working with your local communities please call 13 40 40 or visit our ‘About Onsite‘ page.


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