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Empowering Cultural Competence in Queensland's Fostering & Kinship Care Sector

Updated: Dec 6, 2023

We are excited to introduce a unique training opportunity in collaboration with Aunty Tammy Solomon, a highly respected Kuku-Yalanji woman and recognised Elder with over 20 years of experience in the child protection sector.

About Aunty Tammy Solomon

Aunty Tammy, a passionate child protection expert, has served in various Identified positions, including as a board member for Probation and Parole board QLD and owner of Mullah Mara Together. Partnering with us, Aunty Tammy is committed to delivering high-quality, culturally-infused training to elevate the child protection sector's understanding of and engagement with First Nations children, young people, families, and carers.

Group Training Opportunities

We are thrilled to support Aunty Tammy to present four unique and comprehensive group training options aimed at enhancing cultural competence within the Fostering and Kinship Care sector.

  1. Culturally Safe Practice in Fostering and Kinship Care Assessments

  2. Developing Meaningful Cultural Plans

  3. Family Group Meetings with First Nations Families

  4. 'Grassroots' Standards of Care

Quoting and Enquiries If you would like to know more about the training or would like a tailored quote for your organisation, please contact us at



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