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Culturally Relevant and Safe Healthcare - Module 4: Communication Protocols

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The AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Team has developed a series of e-Learning modules, focused on culturally relevant and safe healthcare.

Module 4: Communication Protocols provides learners with insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communication protocols and intercultural communication techniques.

e-Learning Modules

This e-Learning module supports learners to:

  • Recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander terminology
  • Build rapport, and
  • Engage effectively with culturally diverse clients.

The type of learning activities we offer include the combined use of multimedia and multiple instruction techniques, e.g. face-to-face interactive workshops, webinars, interactive e-Learning, self-directed learning.

Participants who attend a face-to-face training event or complete an e-Learning module or webinar, in full and without assessment, are awarded a statement of attendance.

Participants who complete a training program in full and meet the requirements of that training (e.g. pass an assessment where required), are issued a statement of completion.

Each learner can then use the certificates for applying for CPD points from their relevant peak body organisation.


AGPAL & QIP Education and Training e-Learning modules can be licenced within organisations of all sizes, with competitively priced options ranging from a single user up to 400 users. With a variety of learning options available, select the User Licence that best suits your organisational needs.

This module has an estimated completion time of 45 minutes.

Culturally Relevant and Safe Healthcare - Module 4: Communication Protocols
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Community health, Indigenous health, Communication skills
Provider Type
Non Profit Organisation
45 minutes
Price Details
Single Licence
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