FAQs

Why is the program needed?

The Marumali program is needed to increase the quality of support available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survivors of removal policies, their families and communities.

How much does it cost to attend or host a workshop?

Costs differ according to locations and type of workshop. Contact Lorraine for more information.

What is the maximum number of workshop participants?

15

Are there programs for non-Aboriginal participants?

Yes. While some of the programs are designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants, there are others for non-indigenous participants or mixed groups.

Where are the workshops held?

The workshops can be conducted at various locations, depending on where requests arise. Otherwise refer to the schedule.

Who delivers the programs?

The majority of the workshops are delivered only by appropriately qualified and knowledgeable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander facilitators, apart from the Suicide Prevention workshop & Risk Management workshop, which is co-facilitated by Kerrie Kelly, psychologist.

Does Winangali-Marumali offer “train the trainer” facilitator training?

Yes, under some circumstances. We offer 'train the trainer' as part of our Licensing arrangement. Contact Lorraine for details.

Can the program be purchased for delivery by other organisations?

Yes, under some circumstances. We offer this as part of our Licensing arrangement. Contact Lorraine for details.

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