19 Sep 2022
UniSC students are invited to register for the free AusID Personality Profiling and Australian Native Food Experience Workshop, proudly presented by Study Sunshine Coast.
Date and time: Wednesday 5 October, 12-2pm
Location: UniSC Sunshine Coast campus
This interactive workshop allows students the opportunity to assess their career and/or work choices through a greater understanding of individual differences. It also offers pathways to improved awareness of Australian first-nations wisdom, and how it can complement our own lives, especially when combined with modern-day personality profiling.
This program is facilitated by a representative of the local first-nations community as well as Michael White, one of the founders of AusID Global, and the session is made complete with a wonderful ‘Bush Tucker’ free lunch feast provided by Aunty Dale Chapman, head chef and owner at My Dilly Bag.
'Knowledge of animal totems has been shown to enhance people’s understanding and acceptance of themselves and others by revealing more of our innate characters, and it is by borrowing from the wisdom of traditional Australian culture that we can teach people how to go about developing a strong and healthy sense of identity.'
'Animal totems pervade many ancient myths and cultural traditions and have been used for centuries to foster spiritual growth and guide people in their lives. First Nation Australians used animal totems to give them a strong connection to their environment and a deep respect for nature.'
Places are limited for this free workshop so please register on Student Hub to secure your spot.