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WHAT Introduction to Deep Collaboration Facilitation

WHEN Tue 25 & Wed 26 May 2021

WHERE Online

Enrolments are currently open for the "Introduction to Deep Collaboration Facilitation", to be held Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th May 2021 through online delivery.

Deep Collaboration aims to build the capacity of those working on systemic change, to work in collaboration with First Nations and non-Indigenous Australians.

This program is open to the public, including facilitators with existing cultural competency, people leading change in this space, and others with experience working in a cross cultural context.

Program details: Download the program outline & registration info pack here 

Contact: for further enquiries.

Cost: This 2-day program is $750 + GST in total per participant, payable upon enrolment through CFI’s Learnworlds learning platform.

Limited discounted rates available to ACNC-registered not-for-profit organisations and individuals for whom full rates are a barrier to participation. Enquire to

Watch this recent Q&A Session for more on course content and learning outcomes. 

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Deep Collaboration Support

Looking for more personalised support for your project? Collaboration for Impact offer a range of ways to progress your collaboration through additional support from our Deep Collaboration mentors.


this is an ongoing face-to-face relationship, guidance, assistance and support for your program, group or initiative. Be sure to mention Deep Collaboration in the subject line.


A series of 2 hour online coaching sessions to discuss and work through the specific details, challenges and opportunities of your Deep Collaboration process. Be sure to mention Deep Collaboration in the subject line.


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The Deep Collaboration Platform is part of Platform C which provides information and tools on stages and phases of cross sector collaboration to create the conditions for systems change.