FPDN’s Disability Business Training is for National Disability Advocacy Providers (NDAP’s) who are providing to support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability, their families, carers and communities to engage with the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability (Disability Royal Commission).

Our Disability Business Training is an interactive journey through the Indigenous disability perspective and has been created using the traditional method of Aboriginal art, storytelling and yarning to provide participants with the tools to engage in a culturally safe, respectful and meaningful way when supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability to better understand the work of the Disability Royal Commission, know their rights, keep safe and be supported if they choose to share their story with the Disability Royal Commission.

Training participants will also receive a resource kit designed by FPDN to support their work in engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability, their families and communities.

Disability Business Training is an online training course and is facilitated by FPDN via the Zoom platform. Please contact us for more information on our upcoming training dates and to register your interest.

Training Dates

Disability Business Training is open to National Disability Advocacy Providers who are funded by the Disability Royal Commission. 

Please see below training dates to register for our online sessions.

Disability Business Training

Wednesday 10 November 2021
 11 am to 2pm (AEST)

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Disability Business Training

Wednesday 24 November 2021
 11 am to 2pm (AEST)

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Disability Business Training

Wednesday 1 December 2021
 11 am to 2pm (AEST)

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Disability Business Training Modules
  • Conducting Business on Country
  • Cultural strengths (of your organisation)
  • Indigenous Disability Perspective
  • Human Rights
  • Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability