SUPPORTING LEADERS & PRACTITIONERS IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
IN AUSTRALIA

About

World Central is an social enterprise and registered Australian charity, under the Australian Charities and Not for Profit Commission (ACNC). World Central’s projects and services are supportive, community-development orientated, empowering, and work to further support the sustainability of remote Indigenous communities to thrive, Australia-wide.

 
World Central is a support body for leaders and practitioners, through providing Mentoring, Peer Support (#theCentralAxis), Research and Celebration (#Centrestage). What we provide value-adds to the long term sustainability of community development, youth, health and service delivery programs in remote Indigenous communities through providing; our Mentoring service with skilled & experienced Mentors, offering peer support through Central Axis community platform, cultivating critically valuable Research into community service delivery into remote Indigenous communities, and #Centrestage which Celebrates  leaders and practitioners in remote Indigenous communities by sharing their stories.
What makes our services unique, is we are an independent humanitarian organisation and a team of people with long-term professional and community-based experience in remote Indigenous communities around Australia. World Central supports remote Indigenous communities as the #MiddleofNowhereCentreofEverything. Please feel welcome to contact us by phone or email today 🙂

Our Support

We have worked on all levels, from the frontline on-the-ground, to senior management; so we understand the strengths and challenges of the work first hand.

Individuals

Our Tailored Support will provide you with;

>>> a safe and confidential space to discuss and explore the nuances of your role

>>> Understanding and experience-based guidance in navigating best practice

>>> supporting your practice tools and framework development

>>> Relevant Evidenced-based Knowledge

>>> Culturally safe and appropriate practice support


>>> support in self care and finding work/life balance 

Organisations

 

With Staff satisfaction and well-being of utmost importance, our support includes;

>>>Supporting the mental health and well-being of your employees

>>>Supporting Staff to professionally develop and meet KPI targets whilst practicing in culturally safe and appropriate ways

>>> Increasing staff retention and benefiting the communities long-term goals

>>> Pro-actively reducing turnover and associated expenditure

>>> Supporting the organisation to meet the needs of multiple team members that span across broad geographical areas

Remote Indigenous Communities

Through supporting Leaders, Practitioners, organisations and councils in remote community development, youth, health and service delivery programs, the World Mentoring service supports the long term goals and sustainability of remote Indigenous communities.

Our Mentoring Service

World Central provides a mentoring service to ensure that practitioners who come from outside of remote Australia, to work in remote Australia, are well supported. We aim to ensure that remote Australia attracts and supports the right people, with capacity and the right tools, and directly prevent potential isolation and burnout in roles. Ultimately, this supports the community service goals of remote Indigenous communities AND supports the people actively driving the vehicle towards the goals. Everybody wins!
With the investment that State, Territory and the Australian Governments put into attracting high-quality staff to remote community services, it’s in our national interest to provide workable solutions and steps to support people and organisations in the field, and to help achieve long-term sustainability of Indigenous communities.

Recent News

Meet the Mentor – Tamara Burlando

In the beginning, what motivated you to work and live in remote Indigenous communities? I came to Central Australia for the first time in July 2007. I was working in Buenos Aires University teaching photography to young people and went to visit my boyfriend Be, who...