Womin Djeka Indigenous Orientation
Australian society values diversity and recognises the importance of honouring and valuing cultural differences. A good member of any community likewise recognises, respects, and values the impact of cultural diversity within society. By recognising the living history and culture of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples you are demonstrating these important personal attributes. The respect, recognition and values are essential characteristics for academic success as well as a positive foundation in any workplace. This badge recognises the beginning of a growth process for the badge holder in development of curiosity and compassion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples culture.
The Wominjeka -Indigenous Orientation credential is current and reflective of current standards.
This Credential earns you a digital badge.
Skills and learning outcomes
- Indigenous awareness and understanding
- Cultural and civic awareness
- Identify the difference between Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country
- Identify the elements of the Aboriginal and the Torres Strait Islander flags and their meanings and describe the three commitments of Bundjil’s law
- Recognise RMIT University is situated on the lands of the language groups of the Eastern Kulin nation, and identify the five language groups
- Identify the steps you can take to continue your RMIT Dhumbah Goorowa (Reconciliation) journey